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In memory of Albert the Domino King, a plaque was placed above his seat:- "In six and seventy years not one night did he miss, so let's not forget Albert the Domino King.” In memory of Albert a wake was held. A free drink served to all who came. Glasses were raised, a toast proposed. "Let’s not forget Albert the Domino King.” It is often said that if you sit under that plaque, you will feel a cold chill run down your spine. For it is a ghost watching you. To ensure you don't forget Albert the Domino King.

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  1. Date: 4/25/2012 2:18:00 PM
    Nice poem. I enjoyed reading this