I was re-reading my blog post about the clock at East Lawn Cemetery (American Cemetery of Excellence, American Cemetery of the Year), and I noticed that I had missed something.
In my post, I jocularly asserted, card that I am, that there was no need for a clock at a cemetery.
For obvious reasons.
I posted my photograph of the East Lawn clock, which was taken at dusk last week. Let's call it about six thirty, give or take.
Sign Up and Save
Get six months of free digital access to The Sacramento Bee
The clock at East Lawn read 1:15.
You didn't hear any complaints at the cemetery. Not one. Dead silence.
Plus, if you're an American Cemetery of Excellence, shouldn't the clock be right?
I mean, more than twice a day?
In comedy, timing is everything.
In cemeteries, timing is really up to you.