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By substitute on January 16, 2014
You can be anything you want in this country. Funeral consultant? Sure. Urban Chastity Coach? Heck yeah! Magazine publisher too! Motivational speaker? Jeweler? TV star? Christian life coach? DO IT ALL! DIVA!! Allow us to introduce the former Funeral Queen, now just Queen Muneera! Back to bed for me.
By substitute on February 11, 2011
“I was driving for a tow company in L.A. We had official police tow contracts for three cities and it was busy, with lots of freeway work. Towing stuff for cops, AAA stuff, and crashes. You know, the crashes can get gory as hell.” “There was this one driver named Ralphie Bermudez. Ralphie liked crashes, […]
By substitute on August 5, 2010
The mechanical fish wants us to return the fast-food meal consisting of dismembered and reconstituted real fish that has been fried and then frozen and then reheated and sold at a McDonalds. How are we to respond? Is this a Scrooge/Marley scenario? Is the mechanical fish a vengeful ghost? Can we “give back” this item […]
By substitute on August 27, 2009
Hi everybody! I see a lot of weird stuff in the news lately about Death Panels and Death Books. I don’t know a lot about those but they sound bad. However, I know a lot about Death Trucks because I see them on the freeway every day. The Death Trucks must have the same schedule as I […]
By substitute on March 31, 2009
d.boon, originally uploaded by William Thalmus. Me too, man. Me too.
By substitute on January 24, 2009
mendel : This is neat but morbid: mendel : There is a cemetery in WA which has a bell: http://flickr.com/photos/travels_of_a_taphophile/494278720/in/photostream/ mendel : Inside the bell this person found a jar: http://flickr.com/photos/travels_of_a_taphophile/494279440/in/photostream/ mendel : Which was stuck on with magnets and uhm well http://flickr.com/photos/travels_of_a_taphophile/494279180/in/photostream/ (I also hope that every time they get a "customer" at the cemetery they ring the […]
By substitute on July 6, 2008
Thomas Disch apparently died a suicide on the 4th. He was a fine writer and a fascinating man. It was a privilege to talk with him on Livejournal after years of reading him, back to my childhood. He’d been through a lot in his last years and was often a terribly bitter and angry man. […]
By substitute on July 4, 2008
THE SENATOR THEN DIED
By substitute on May 17, 2008
Ex-Chief of UCLA Willed-Bodies Program Indicted LOS ANGELES — The former head of UCLA’s cadaver program and a businessman were indicted Friday on eight felony counts involving black market sales of donated human body parts in a scheme that allegedly cheated the university out of more than $1 million.
By substitute on May 7, 2008
My great-uncle Lee spent his last few months in a well-run County hospital in the California high desert. At least once a week we’d make the drive there to see him. The hospital was a few miles out of town, next door to a prison. Lee was in the quietest part of a quiet hospital, […]