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 Zephyrinus Picknick Table...
20 April, 1889

Zephyrinus' Picknick Table...


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Danny Tuason29-Apr-2010 17:03
I guess that's the casket of one of the evil popes!

Oops! At least one die hard Catholic might shoot me with that comment! V
Eldar Kadymov08-Sep-2008 15:13
So, you see, I never lie and Zephyrius picknick table ended up in Transylvania indeed ! Yet, I always learn from dear friends, this time around it was Susquehanna River which has a beautifully suitable name for something flowing in the hell !
Michael Weinberg08-Sep-2008 14:38
In Pennsylvania you say? Perhaps it was spotted during the 1972 Agnes Flood, where the cemetery in Old Forge (an old coal mining community just south of Scranton) was so saturated with waters, that the coffins literally popped out of the ground, rolled down an embankment, and found their way into the Susquehanna River. Several coffins were spotted floating in the river, over 150 miles away, near Harrisburg, the state Capitol. It was said by one perceptive observer, "hence the true resurrection for all time." Of course, this observer in 1972 had not viewed your prolific gallery. For if he had, he would have realized that it was your gallery that which was the epitome of a resurrecting event of all time. Ciao, Michael.
Eldar Kadymov07-Sep-2008 16:48
Though not being as frisky as Alexander VI, Zephyrinus managed to obtain true demonic power through his affiliations with Callixtus I, so somehow his coffin managed to migrate from Roman catacombs to some cemetery in Pennsyllvania or Tennessee where it was spotted and captured on diabolic CCD...
Michael Weinberg07-Sep-2008 04:03
Ah o evil one. It looks like you are up to your old tricks with this display of Zephyrinus's coffin, which you so cleverly call a "picknick table." The question is, however, how did you manage to clutch this third century papal artifact from the sepulchral chamber over the cemetery of Calistus on the Via Appia. A spectacular demonic feat indeed. Bravo. Michael.
Ann Cleeves16-Aug-2008 23:49
More shudders...terrific image...the lighting is very effective. Is that a tiny evil hobgoblin peeping over edge of lid, on the right...or just my optical illusion?
Eldar Kadymov16-Aug-2008 22:32
Waiter is inside, just a different custom...
Sabine Stetson16-Aug-2008 06:44
and where the hell is the waiter???????????
you are just too much...
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