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Most summers, my friends Bill, Hank, and I pull together a baseball-centric road trip
I bet there are not even any Coopers operating there
What specifically is the issue? That having a grave as a tourist attraction is intrinsically disrespectful? I hope not, since we have plenty of those.
Well miost people seem to think moving bodies a bit problematic.
How to dyr people feel?
throw the bodies in a barrel
Don't make me laugh at work darn it!
Is the distinction that Neyer had to go out of his way to find the grave
There is already a statue of Gibson (and several other Negro League players) at PNC Park.
Allegheny Cemetery isn't neglected - it's just enormous. There are 124,000+ dead people buried there, spread across more than 300 acres
Dead people? Do they bury any other kind?
this whole headstone, marker, whatever thing is not my cup of tea
big advocate of cremation. this whole headstone, marker, whatever thing is not my cup of tea
though it is true funerals are one of my major social obligations. I keep thinking I have outlived everyone I know but just when I am about out the wife has someone she thinks merits our presence
Some cemeteries have a section for animals, but this one doesn't.
I don't know what happened to the people who died before Jesus was born, apparently they just died and stay dead for good. I'm sure the Catholics have come up with something, they always do. Resurrection is gross to people, the culture at large has abandoned it as anything good, Jesus may not have even believed it himself, but there it is.
it was a nice thing, how they cleaned things up
The Church has no anti-cremation rule.
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