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September 25, 2017


Washington State University is acquiring the necessary approvals to test equipment to compost human remains at one of its facilities in what is bluntly being called the Urban Death Project.

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)


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That's one way to build your alum network -- at least until the zombie apocalypse

At last, a use for ex-politicians.

Soylent Green is people. Soylent Black is compost. Soylent Yellow is a total secret, but let's just say it involves phlegm.

Lawrence was a hell of a guy.

Now I can't get the "But I'm not dead yet" scene out of my head from when they tried to toss an old guy on the dead cart in Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

The facility will be named "The Jimmy Hoffa Disappearium." Certain New Jersey trucking and trash companies are already lined up for pilot projects.

@ImNotDave, why "ex"?

Does anyone notice a theme of Ill-winds today?

I thought UDP was jazz fusion.

@Frank Davuco, Well ya gotta start somewhere.
(IMHO there's nothing sadder than a former politician trying to get back into the limelight.)

I thought UDP was Chicago (not the band).

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