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January 15, 2020


Organic Burial Pods Turn Bodies Into Trees

(Thanks to Stan Ruth)


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"After 45 years of marriage, I can look in the back yard and know where Wesley is at night."

The cats won't like this one bit.

When the tree bears fruit, does it ripen into babies?

And then Ridley will get your descendants to climb it.

One thing about a tree, it gives your dog something to pee on.

With my luck, I'll become a Weeping Willow. Well I am awfully messy and morose.

This could allow various politicians to continue to be an ash.

We're looking at something similar for a family member. The debate is whether the tree will go in the backyard for the dogs or the front where she would go to smoke.

I want to be reincarnated as a son of a birch.

So you become a bag of fertilizer? I suppose this would be appropriate for someone who in life was already a sack of....

When climbing me, please don't step on the crotch of the tree or I'll be out on a limb.

In Springtime, please don't tap me for sap, even if it's on your bucket list and you've been pining for syrup.

Remember to respect your elders.

Keep beavers away from me and leaf me alone. An attractive beaver said, "It will be nice gnawing you."

That's all for now and I'll see you in Septimber.

@ pharmaross - +5

Barbara Walters - I wonder what kind of tree would she become.

According to some interviewed by Baba Wawa, her ambush style would mirror an old Birch.


And your alders.

"Don't be discouraged when times are hard and opportunities few
Remember that the mighty oak was once a nut, like you."

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