In which an out-of-towner reaches trenchant conclusions about London, Ontario from short visits to the city's downtown and a local cemetery.
Werewolves, if they existed, and they do not, would be drawn to downtown London. This is the place of those soaring buildings, underpasses of concrete below the flying bridges that carry the weight of freight trains. Weeds grow everywhere ... which is good for it shows that the land is fertile, but it is bad because it shows that the people in charge aren't.Read the rest here.
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Monday, August 4, 2008
Posted by MapMaster on Monday, August 04, 2008