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RE: Cremation or Burial? Halloween came early this year
Think we can get over the morbid subject and move to more productive things?
---------------------- Forwarded by Jeff Senn/Sigma on 10/15/99 05:21 PM
"Butner, Robert S" <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 10/15/99 03:03:25 PM
Please respond to "Butner, Robert S" <email@example.com>
cc: (bcc: Jeff Senn/Sigma)
Subject: RE: Cremation or Burial? Halloween came early this year
At the risk of being a bit macbre
or somewhat worse, an oafish slob
I might suggest another tack --
Raise wriggling earthworms on our remains
(just remember -- they hate the brains!).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pamela Howd [SMTP:HOWDP@state.mi.us]
> Sent: Friday, October 15, 1999 12:20 PM
> To: P2tech@great-lakes.net
> Subject: Cremation or Burial? Halloween came early this year
> It's Friday, so here goes...
> All this talk of death and dying,
> Sends thoughts Kubler-Ross aflying.
> To reuse or recycle bodies is ghoulish fraught,
> To donate, the corpse to science is a great thought.
> The solution, to human pollution is not dilution,
> But reduction of population is not a delusion!
> The prevention of the final destination = frustration,
> For translation to control our population = solution.
> Interring takes space
> Laws might prevent composting a face.
> We are over running creation at this pace
> Cremation or donation might make the best case.
> But whatever your thought on the ultimate fate,
> You can be sure that it will be subject to debate!
> Sorry for this out pouring, I'm in your debt.
> Thanks to one and all at p2tech!
> Pam Howd
> Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
> Storage Tank Division
> Phone: 517-625-4617
> Fax: 517-625-5000
> Sometimes Life seems to be clouded with pain and suffering.
> But above the clouds, there is a blue sky.
> STD Homepage: http://www.deq.state.mi.us/std