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What were they thinking: Your remains

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Max The Magnificent
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re: What were they thinking: Your remains
Max The Magnificent   5/14/2013 10:20:34 PM
"This too will pass," as they say -- it doesn't matter what they do to your remains -- given enough time we will all return to dust -- even if we add being formed into a piece of ceramic wall art as an intermediate step. On a brighter note, it's time for me to go home, and I hear a cold beer calling my name: "Max, Max, where are you?" "Don't worry little one ... I'm racing to your side!"

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