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(CBC)   Stealing's one thing, but it's a dick move to take a teen's ashes and dump them on the street   (cbc.ca) divider line 80
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2013-08-14 11:44:54 PM  
"I think I found some blow in this old ladies car!"

/will never know the other side of the story
 
2013-08-14 11:48:26 PM  

organizmx: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Mom... you need to let go...

Something is for real wrong with you.


If you say so, Dr. Farker

/memories are more lasting than material things
//and your car is no place to keep something if it means THAT much to you
 
2013-08-14 11:49:45 PM  
I see we're full on blaming the victim now. Wonderful.
 
2013-08-15 12:01:13 AM  

organizmx: So since this has become a thread for scary, unadjusted people, I'll be politely leaving now.


You don't think it's a little macabre to be carrying around your dead daughter's ashes and jacket in your car several years after her death?
 
2013-08-15 12:04:09 AM  

Molavian: organizmx: So since this has become a thread for scary, unadjusted people, I'll be politely leaving now.

You don't think it's a little macabre to be carrying around your dead daughter's ashes and jacket in your car several years after her death?


I would not want her as a guardian angel when I drive, that's for damned sure
 
2013-08-15 12:06:18 AM  

Mentalpatient87: doglover: That lady needs help.

Oh come on. She lost a child four years ago. That shiat's gotta hurt.


Ask Spentmiles about it
 
2013-08-15 12:09:30 AM  

Fano: Mentalpatient87: doglover: That lady needs help.

Oh come on. She lost a child four years ago. That shiat's gotta hurt.

Ask Spentmiles about it


Is he the piano guy?
 
2013-08-15 12:09:56 AM  

farkingismybusiness: theMagni: endmile: theMagni: WTP 2: keith r. would have "vacuumed" them up

Yeah, maybe it's the engineer in me talking, but why didn't they rent a shop-vac?

FTFA: "The policeman found the little pouch in the middle of the road and it was empty, so we went down to the corner and found the pile of ashes there. It had been raining, they were wet and we couldn't scoop them. We got a few anyways."

I don't really see how a shop-vac would help.

It's better to try than just stand there crying in the rain.

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I've... seen things, you people... wouldn't believe
 
2013-08-15 12:24:09 AM  

Molavian: organizmx: So since this has become a thread for scary, unadjusted people, I'll be politely leaving now.

You don't think it's a little macabre to be carrying around your dead daughter's ashes and jacket in your car several years after her death?


Macabre? Possibly. Understandable? Certainly. It's not as mutually exclusive as you seem to think.
 
2013-08-15 12:28:48 AM  
Like ashes down the storm drain so are the days of our lives.
 
2013-08-15 12:32:39 AM  

Mentalpatient87: doglover: That lady needs help.

Oh come on. She lost a child four years ago. That shiat's gotta hurt.


Yes, it's gotta hurt, but FOUR YEARS?!?  The ashes and jacket should have been moved to the house long ago.  Mom really needs therapy because she's not moving on in a healthy way.
 
2013-08-15 12:34:45 AM  

Amos Quito: Cerebral Knievel: Amos Quito: FTA: "Ransom was barely able to hold back the tears Tuesday as she discussed losing her daughter for a second time."


A dick move indeed!

Any decent thief would have had the courtesy to hold the ashes for Ransom.

.... if you wern't already TF........


It expires in a matter of hours...

;-)

Thanks in advance?


I'll check again in the morning..  that nonsense was worth at least $5
 
2013-08-15 12:36:59 AM  

Molavian: organizmx: So since this has become a thread for scary, unadjusted people, I'll be politely leaving now.

You don't think it's a little macabre to be carrying around your dead daughter's ashes and jacket in your car several years after her death?


Honestly as far as I'm concerned... whatever you have to do to cope with something that devastating is fine. If it helped her feel close to her daughter and helped her get through her day, I don't really see it as problematic. It certainly wasn't hurting anyone.
 
2013-08-15 12:44:00 AM  
Sad but... Come on lady, that's not your daughter.
 
2013-08-15 12:50:03 AM  

Willie L: Mentalpatient87: doglover: That lady needs help.

Oh come on. She lost a child four years ago. That shiat's gotta hurt.

Yes, it's gotta hurt, but FOUR YEARS?!?  The ashes and jacket should have been moved to the house long ago.  Mom really needs therapy because she's not moving on in a healthy way.


Do tell, doctor. You've had extensive training in understanding the grieving process; tell us, how long should it take to move on in a healthy way? What sort of timetable does one need? Can I tell people I know who have lost family members after a year or two "Okay, you should be at stage X by now, chop chop! Let's get this process on with!"
 
2013-08-15 12:56:19 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Willie L: Mentalpatient87: doglover: That lady needs help.

Oh come on. She lost a child four years ago. That shiat's gotta hurt.

Yes, it's gotta hurt, but FOUR YEARS?!?  The ashes and jacket should have been moved to the house long ago.  Mom really needs therapy because she's not moving on in a healthy way.

Do tell, doctor. You've had extensive training in understanding the grieving process; tell us, how long should it take to move on in a healthy way? What sort of timetable does one need? Can I tell people I know who have lost family members after a year or two "Okay, you should be at stage X by now, chop chop! Let's get this process on with!"


Yup- and clearly it can't be a highly personal and individual thing and there can't be as many different ways to deal with death as there are people in the world...

There's just one healthy way to deal with grief, and it's whatever this dude thinks it is.

I learned something new today.
 
2013-08-15 01:07:38 AM  

EbolaNYC: Sad but... Come on lady, that's not your daughter.


That's logically true but it was the only thing she had left.

I don't know how I'd deal with it if my kids died.  Maybe I'd spend the rest of my life trying to build a time machine to go back and fix it.

Seriously though, donate whatever organs were usable.  Burn the rest.  Either get it compressed into a diamond or use it to fertilize a fruit tree in a park.  Then put together a scholarship or something so the kid could have a legacy.
 
2013-08-15 01:09:05 AM  
One of the best moving items on my ebay site is my "My Dead Daughters Ashes are My Copilot" bumper stickers.
 
2013-08-15 01:11:13 AM  

theMagni: EbolaNYC: Sad but... Come on lady, that's not your daughter.

That's logically true but it was the only thing she had left.

I don't know how I'd deal with it if my kids died.  Maybe I'd spend the rest of my life trying to build a time machine to go back and fix it.

Seriously though, donate whatever organs were usable.  Burn the rest.  Either get it compressed into a diamond or use it to fertilize a fruit tree in a park.  Then put together a scholarship or something so the kid could have a legacy.


I'm not sure how compressing it into a diamond to carry around would be all that different than what she did- putting the ashes in a small green velvet pouch that she could carry around.

And a quick search shows  that a small scholarship in her name does exist at a university in Canada.
 
2013-08-15 01:21:44 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Willie L: Mentalpatient87: doglover: That lady needs help.

Oh come on. She lost a child four years ago. That shiat's gotta hurt.

Yes, it's gotta hurt, but FOUR YEARS?!?  The ashes and jacket should have been moved to the house long ago.  Mom really needs therapy because she's not moving on in a healthy way.

Do tell, doctor. You've had extensive training in understanding the grieving process; tell us, how long should it take to move on in a healthy way? What sort of timetable does one need? Can I tell people I know who have lost family members after a year or two "Okay, you should be at stage X by now, chop chop! Let's get this process on with!"


You just need a montage.
 
2013-08-15 01:24:39 AM  
It's true, stealing is one thing
 
2013-08-15 01:32:13 AM  

UsikFark: Fano: Mentalpatient87: doglover: That lady needs help.

Oh come on. She lost a child four years ago. That shiat's gotta hurt.

Ask Spentmiles about it

Is he the piano guy?


The one with his memento of his dead child over his grand piano, yes.
 
2013-08-15 01:49:52 AM  

Fano: UsikFark: Fano: Mentalpatient87: doglover: That lady needs help.

Oh come on. She lost a child four years ago. That shiat's gotta hurt.

Ask Spentmiles about it

Is he the piano guy?

The one with his memento of his dead child over his grand piano, yes.


I thought it was an upright baby grand... but I'm no piano expert. I'm pretty sure he borrowed that from some guy's blog if I remember right, as it was transparent trolling in the first thread I saw. Or maybe a later troll turned his photo into a "thing," idk. It all goes back to an actual somber, off-site blog with real people's names, that much I know. Crap, off to google.
 
2013-08-15 02:50:38 AM  
Ransom said in future she plans to take her daughter's ashes with her, but will keep them in her purse.

Welp, that solves that. Surely no woman in recorded history has ever lost/misplaced her purse or had it stolen.
 
2013-08-15 03:46:09 AM  

Mentalpatient87: doglover: That lady needs help.

Oh come on. She lost a child four years ago. That shiat's gotta hurt.


There's hurt, and then there's carry around your dead child's body (or what's left of it) in your car for the past 4 years. That's pants shiatting insanity at that point, not grief. You can't even blame the thieves because that green pouch was probably the pouch in the world that had a dead teen's ashes in it that was left in a car in the entire history of the human race. How could they have known?
 
2013-08-15 06:40:02 AM  
Farking sociopaths, man. I thought I was heartless, but you dicks keep on insisting that losing a child isn't lifelong devastation. Maybe if you submit your psychology credentials I'll put some weight into your "come on, lady, move on already!" diagnoses, but until then you're just a bunch of callous assholes chirping about shiat you know nothing about. Sure makes it easy to blame this woman for having her car broken into, doesn't it? Stupid woman, feeling pain and grief after her kid dies, she should have been as smart and numb as these brilliant Fark users.
 
2013-08-15 09:28:38 AM  

Genevieve Marie: theMagni: EbolaNYC: Sad but... Come on lady, that's not your daughter.

That's logically true but it was the only thing she had left.

I don't know how I'd deal with it if my kids died.  Maybe I'd spend the rest of my life trying to build a time machine to go back and fix it.

Seriously though, donate whatever organs were usable.  Burn the rest.  Either get it compressed into a diamond or use it to fertilize a fruit tree in a park.  Then put together a scholarship or something so the kid could have a legacy.

I'm not sure how compressing it into a diamond to carry around would be all that different than what she did- putting the ashes in a small green velvet pouch that she could carry around.

And a quick search shows  that a small scholarship in her name does exist at a university in Canada.


Put the diamond in a ring, then you can say it's "like they're always holding your hand."

If that's not a panty melter I don't know anymore man.
 
2013-08-15 09:50:19 AM  
Haw haw, that stupid beliber duck faced snowflake millennial got killed. Back in my day we didn't do any grieving for bratty teens, we just ate their corpses for strength and walked to school barefoot through the snow!
 
2013-08-15 11:32:06 AM  

doglover: There's hurt, and then there's carry around your dead child's body (or what's left of it) in your car for the past 4 years. That's pants shiatting insanity at that point, not grief.


It's trying to hold onto what's left of her daughter.  It's so easy for people to say what's normal or not normal when they're not in that situation.  Granted I've never lost a child, but I can certainly understand where this mother comes from, having lost loved ones and knowing a person or two that has lost a child.  You do act irrational, you do keep mementos.  It's being human.

You can't even blame the thieves because that green pouch was probably the pouch in the world that had a dead teen's ashes in it that was left in a car in the entire history of the human race. How could they have known?

Yes I can blame the thieves because they're THIEVES.  They had no right going into someone else's property, causing damage, and taking shiat.

/now if you'll excuse me, I need to get ready for my mother's wake
//needed a little breather or a laugh
 
2013-08-15 12:44:01 PM  

Mambo Bananapatch: Kind of a weird thing to be carrying around with you.


Or leaving in your car.
 
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