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This is the grave of John Dioguardi. A genuinely horrible human is in this grave. Giovanni Dioguardi, later known as John Dioguardi or Johnny Dio in the underworld, was born in 1914 in Manhattan. By this time, the mafia was already pretty established in the city, having come over with Sicilian immigrants. He grew up […]
This is the grave of William Faulkner. Born in 1897 in New Albany, Mississippi, Falkner grew up in Oxford, the home of the University of Mississippi and the center of whatever passed for learning in this time and state. His father was the university’s business manager. And yes, this was his given name. He added […]
This is the grave of Cokie Roberts. One of the most genuinely annoying and useless figures in the history of American political media, Mary Martha Corinne Morrison Claiborne Boggs was born into an elite Louisiana political family in New Orleans in 1943. Her father was Hale Boggs, who at the time was in between terms […]
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