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(CF News 13)   Everything is for sale in Florida -- even the vase off your grave   ( divider line
    More: Florida, vases, Seminole County Sheriff's Office, De Land, Crimeline  
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3140 clicks; posted to Main » on 09 Apr 2013 at 3:06 AM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-04-09 09:26:06 AM  
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tillerman35: Between these dudes and the asshats that swipe the flowers off of graves and then sell them at roadside stands near the cemetery,  I'm glad my kids and wife know my wishes: my body is to be cremated and the ashes sent to the IRS.  I figure they owned the majority share of me during my adult wage-earning years, so they ought to have first dibs on whatever is left over.

Dude, contact your local teaching hospital and get into their "donated body" program. Your loved ones won't be bothered with any of that. You'll be off getting shot at or crashing into cars before they get the wake started...and without that big bill, they can have a real good time saluting you.
2013-04-09 03:14:19 AM  
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Bury me under a big pile of rocks and call it a day. Good enough for the ancients, good enough for me.
2013-04-08 11:58:26 PM  
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"They've been selling them to recycling centers in Volusia County."

There's your problem right there. Just like the cooper theft epidemic, you'll never put an end to it until you crack down on the places buying it. Recording ID's on 100% of all scrap transaction would be a good start.
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