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Here's a Halloween Story - Hurricane Ike Raises the Dead...

Post by Blake NWR » Sun Oct 19, 2008 3:10 pm

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Post by Blonde leading the blonde » Sun Oct 19, 2008 10:27 pm

Maybe I'm just an inbred blonde retard, but if my family's coffins kept coming out of the ground every time there was a big storm in areas where big storms are common, I'd start interring them somewhere else.
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Post by wadruid » Mon Oct 20, 2008 3:26 pm

Blonde leading the blonde wrote:Maybe I'm just an inbred blonde retard, but if my family's coffins kept coming out of the ground every time there was a big storm in areas where big storms are common, I'd start interring them somewhere else.
That's a very un-blonde solution. The blonde solution would be to keep doing the same thing they have been doing and expect different results (see: definition of insanity)
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Post by BigHurknFrontman » Sat Oct 25, 2008 2:38 pm

Perhaps the burial of the dead is different in the South, but everywhere else I'm familiar with, caskets aren't just buried in the ground... they're placed inside a larger, concrete enclosure with a concrete slab on top... then dirt piled on top of THAT.

How the fuck is (even a HUGE) storm going to dislodge a casket from a concrete box buried 6 feet underground and wash it miles from where it was interred?

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