Close to Home by John McPherson for March 16, 2013


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    Celarius Premium Member over 6 years ago

    where can you get a casket like that?

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    cdward  over 6 years ago

    As long as I can go into it un-embalmed and without a vault, I’m all for it.

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    clucky  over 6 years ago

    Are worms included ???

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    Brisbanekid  over 6 years ago

    Caskets, the product of ‘Lawn Doctor’ Funeral Services, Inc.

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    Nighthawks Premium Member over 6 years ago

    the worms crawl inthe worms crawl outin your stomach and out your mouth…..

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    Doodlemommie  over 6 years ago

    The worms crawl inThe worms crawl outThe worms play pinochle on your snout

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    Creniere  over 6 years ago

    Why do I have this insatiable desire to go fishing….

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    orestm  over 6 years ago

    Its true! They make bio-caskets:

    There are also biodegradable urns with a seed in them, so that the remains will turn into a tree :

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    littleannoyingdog  over 6 years ago

    @ Creniere I have the same feeling.Drown a few worms and down a few cold ones.

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    lcdrlar  over 6 years ago

    A true son of the the “Old Sod”.

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    jack fairbanks  over 6 years ago

    the “sot” inside will allow the worms to get 100% environmentally drunk.

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    fixer1967  over 6 years ago

    They have made “biodegradable coffins” for years, nothing new. It’s are called “pine box”.

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    jack fairbanks  over 6 years ago

    in some areas there are provisions now for “natural” burial wherein no buffer is utilized between the body and the soil. tibetans also have a pretty(?) cool one. they take the subject to the mountaintop, carve it into small chunks and toss it to the birds. known as funeral in the sky. me likey.

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    quartermain  over 6 years ago

    sad but so true, we all must go down that lonesome road,

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    Devils Knight  over 6 years ago

    just get cremated then you will not take up land space with a grave site and you can get used to the heat at the same time

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    ukujiku  over 6 years ago

    That is some sorry sod.

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    CrouchingBruin Premium Member over 6 years ago

    Best to be cremated & have your ashes scattered so it can returned to the soil.

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    DanReynolds Premium Member over 6 years ago

    I guess he’ll fit right in.

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