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What's Your Epitaph?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Aaron Duddles Jun 8, 2012. 57 Replies

When you're finally laid to rest and strangers and loved ones alike are gazing reflectively on your headstone, what will your epitaph say to them?

Turn Back the Clock

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Jan 13, 2011. 31 Replies

If you had to turn back the clock and live in another century (other than the 20th) what would it be..... and why?What would you have to offer the past?Continue

Any Horsemen out there?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom Hardy Jan 12, 2011. 18 Replies

The horse has served us so well in the past and, even though it's role has changed, we continue this relationship in many different ways. I'm curious to know if any of you are involved with horses on…Continue

Greetings to all

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom Hardy Jan 5, 2011. 4 Replies

I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Tom. My age, varied interests and life's experiences all culminated in my tripping over this site. It's as simple as that.It's a…Continue

 

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Cody, D. replied to Tom Hardy's discussion What's Your Epitaph?
"-shoot low boys there riding shetlon ponies-"
Jun 8, 2012
Sean replied to Tom Hardy's discussion What's Your Epitaph?
""If I pass the burial spot of NeroI shall say to the wind, “Well, well!”—I who have fiddled in a world on fire,I who have done so many stunts not worth doing.""
Jun 7, 2012
Richard Saullo replied to Tom Hardy's discussion What's Your Epitaph?
"Four people like this. "
Jun 7, 2012
Mike Wisbrock replied to Tom Hardy's discussion What's Your Epitaph?
""I told you I was sick.""
Jun 7, 2012
Jonathan Hansen replied to Tom Hardy's discussion What's Your Epitaph?
"“Though under earth, and throneless now I beYet while I lived all earth was under me.”  "
Jun 7, 2012
Jonathan Hansen liked Tom Hardy's group Horsemen
Jun 6, 2012
Spencer Clarkson commented on Tom Hardy's group Horsemen
"Who else likes percherons and other heavy horses?"
Dec 30, 2011
Benjamin Troy Rud liked Tom Hardy's group Horsemen
Oct 29, 2011
Kory G Leach replied to Tom Hardy's discussion What's Your Epitaph?
""I finally finished something I started!""
Jan 31, 2011
Dan T. replied to Tom Hardy's discussion What's Your Epitaph?
""Look at my works ye mighty and despair.""
Jan 31, 2011

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