Nothing truly starts or ends spectacularly. No, things start small, irregularly growing larger and larger until it comes to its ultimate, the highest point in its metaphorical life. When something ‘ends well’, that isn’t it’s end. It isn’t quite something’s end if it ‘ends poorly’ either, as remnants and memories remain for longer than you could imagine. No, it’s truly the end when everything is completely erased, usually just taken from us by the sands of time. When something ends spectacularly, when something truly “ends in a bang”, that’s monumental. However, for a spectacular ending to exist, it must be preceded with a spectacular history.

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