Southern Comfort

This place is home to the proverbial devil, but somehow it fails to be hell.

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It is clearly autumn …

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… heading for winter.

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In the shelter of the harbor …

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… lie the ships; …

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… big ones, …

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… small ones …

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… and old ones.

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The city looks like this …

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… or this, …

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… or this, …

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… all just a short walk apart. I face the locals …

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… and read the signs. Some messages seem clear …

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… others seem somewhat ambiguous.

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There is a part of town …

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… where research …

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… is conveniently close to the pub.

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The night presents …

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… what hides during the day, …

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… and it appears that this hell has become a place of comfort.

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