The first time I went to Ocean Beach in San Francisco, I found that someone had half-buried a can of Budweiser in the sand. Why, I don't know; people have their reasons for burying things, I suppose, and a used beer can is as good as antyhing else. But it put me in an after-the-end mood, in that it's the sort of thing I could easily imagine some post-apocalyptic wanderer of the wastes stumbling upon, an ordinary aluminum can in the end was more durable than the civilization that made it.
So I took a picture.
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