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A Proper Pint at Artillery Arms – London

12 Jul


I just finished up a unplanned mission of life importance for my nephew (see photographic and video proof below).  I am now gathering the spoils of victory at the ArtilleryArtillery Arms pub which happens to be across the street from Bunhill Fields Burial and Gardens (wiki, official).   My mission was simple,  see if Wiliam Blake, who is buried here, approves of my nephew Barry’s boobie tattoo of his poem quote “Without Contraries/ is no progression” from Blake’s Marriage of Heaven and Hell

My mission was clear.  See if Blake approves of my nephews chest as a medium for these deep thoughts.

I decided that the test had to be completely fair and never draw any further scrutiny.   If Mr. Blake had an objection then he would need to speak up.  Otherwise his silence was his approval.  Boom – my logic is sound – no way to argue.  –  See the video proof yourself below.



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Posted by on July 12, 2015 in London

 

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One response to “A Proper Pint at Artillery Arms – London

  1. bnmd

    July 13, 2015 at 1:10 pm

    Sound as a drum, that logic.

     

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