June 28, 2001
1:45 PM   Subscribe

Good Bye! is an opinionated quarterly magazine which chronicles the dead ?famous, infamous and non-famous.
Stuff like this just blows my mind.
posted by thirteen (4 comments total)
No, I don't know what the heck the question mark is doing in the middle of that first line.
posted by thirteen at 1:50 PM on June 28, 2001

It probably escaped from another thread and is trying to act nonchalant. Shhhhhhh.
posted by iceberg273 at 1:56 PM on June 28, 2001

I just felt sorry for the dog that starved to death. You can imagine it thinking "Shit" as the scene unfolds. I think there's a story here. Why didn't it bark till it got attention from neighbours? Why didn't it eat them? Can dogs open fridges with their noses? I suppose not or it could be a major problem. A cat would never have starved to death.
posted by Zootoon at 4:45 PM on June 28, 2001

While some might find obituaries macabre, there is a certain gift that is needed to write a brief, telling statement about a person's life. Unfortunately, even the NY Times, which I consider to be the best at this art, sometimes falls short when it comes to chronicling the lives of the not-as-famous, like Edward Gorey (nice threads).

Zippity Drop!
posted by Avogadro at 5:44 AM on June 29, 2001

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