070118.Bath, The Tragic Treasury-8

January 18, 2007 at 12:26 AM | Posted in Architecture, Bath, Ionic Order, Light and Shadow, somerset | 7 Comments

John Wood the Elders’ General Hospital (1738-1742)

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Smile!
No one cares how you feel.
Be vicious, vain and vile.
Everything’s yours to steal
if you’ll just
smile.
Have you no dignity?
Have you no sense of style?
You’ll never be pretty
until you smile

 

Smile!
No one cares how you feel
There’s a world to beguile
You can make this world kneel
if you’ll just
smile
Always the best disguise
A liscense to defile
Everyone you despise
will die, so
smile.

–“Smile, No One Cares How You Feel”by the Gothic Archies.

Hey, I won’t be checking this very often for a week or two but will get back to everyone after that.

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  1. Ahhhhhhhhh…much much muuuuuuuuuch better…I can see the light! 😉

  2. are you in the hospital?

  3. gestion amusante des ombres et des lumieres.


    amusing management of the shades and the lights.

  4. Poooooooooooddy!

    That’s not even reMOTEly FUNNY!

    Of course not..he’s hunkered down with books and sliderules and protractors and a chisel and a hammer!

    Leave him ALONE! He doesn’t have time for us low-lifes at the moment! (she says as she plays her pinky-finger violin!) 😉

    Study on James!
    =)

  5. Ah, it’s a SONG, not just something you say to people.

    “Royal Mineral Water Hospital?” Is royal mineral water different from the mineral water everyone else drinks?

  6. well, looking forward to your return then 🙂

  7. speak for yourself ame!!


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