Tag Archives: Angel of Death

Dying To Meet You

“Have you ever met the Angel of Death, Austin?” The Devil asked as if it it were the most normal question to ask on a quiet Sunday afternoon. It caught me so by surprise that I almost dropped my spoon, … Continue reading

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Who Knew Death Loved Snapple?

I suffered through a long day at work, Modern Philosophers, dealing with this Winter Malady that has its claws firmly in me.  When I wasn’t coughing or sneezing, I was blowing my nose or clearing my throat.  It made for … Continue reading

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Maine Criminologist Disproves The Theory That Only The Good Die Young

Richard Tanner, a Criminology Professor at The University of Maine, today submitted a paper that clearly disproves the romantic notion that only the good die young.  In fact, Professor Tanner’s work goes on to show that good people outlive the … Continue reading

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