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It is the first of the week, when our heads are muddled from the excursions of the weekend and the realization, we must once again be responsible adults. Hence, I thought a succinct post would best fit for this day.

The above photograph depicts the 1911 visage of a one, Mr. Bobby Leach who survived a plunge over Niagara Falls in a home-made steel barrel. Ten and four years latter in New Zealand, he slipped on an orange peal while ambling around and died.