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March 23, 2017


Japanese town offering discount funerals for seniors who give up driving

(Thanks to Bob Brogan)


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What about the strippers ? Oh wait, that was China.

No need to let death slow you down. Many Americans keep up with current events after death which allows them to continue to vote. Also many dead serve in congress where they get as much done as they did in life.

I have yet to see proof that the dead are voting.
But we can fix that!--a former U.S. President

Make them stop. Force them to drive a Ford. When is the last time you saw a senior, or anyone for that matter, driving a Ford in Japan?

Talk about a hint.

Those police could have an ulterior motive if they had an old lady driver in town like my departed mother-in-law. She made the little 'Ol Lady From Pasadena seem sweet. Pedestrians, and cops alike took cover when they saw her coming in that huge, pink Chrysler of hers. She never managed to hit anything or get in a wreck, but we all knew it was just a matter of time. Everyone breathed a sigh of relief when she decided to quit driving. Somehow I don't think a 15% discount on a funeral would change things.

The golf courses aren't going to like this.

"So we hope this campaign will help the elderly and [their] families to think that they can return their driver's licenses."

Yeah, but if you're a zombie and the fuzz asks you for your I.D....

Maybe they should put expiration dates on the licenses,
or the seniors, or both. It seems to work for the food industry.

Besides most Japanese (according to Japanese friends) prefer to be cremated.

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