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March 26, 2024


Unfortunately our strict policy prohibits us from bringing you the Historic Grave Marker of the Week.

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker, who says "Call your doctor!")


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Could it be that they left the 'D' off of the word SEVERE?

Pullet - are you saying he lost his head?

Pullet - are you saying he lost his head?

The same strict policy no doubt prevents the blog from referring to the deceased as a "stiff."

this would be way more than 4 hours, but calling his doctor seems to be unnecesary


To JG: I am cautious about the warning at the top the entry about policy about the flagrant discussion of medical matters as are covered in the patient/physician confidentiality policy - as I recall that is covered in the Hypocrite's Policy that doctor swear an oath to.

But I can say that this foto of the headstone is something I imagine describing Walter - I mean isn't he a severed hoo-ha from a walrus?

He is survived by his wife, Twiggy, and his son, Bud.

He's always welcome at Ketchum Cemetery near the Big Wood River in Widaho.

One of my ancestors was named Dr. Preserve Wood

1913 was a very bad year.

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