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Death: Getting it right the first time

One woman came in to report a stolen flower basket from her father’s grave. A man in camouflage pants and a bright running shirt wondered aloud if cremation would allow him to be buried in two different places: “I don’t want to get cut in half.” Earlier in the week, another man came in and declared: “I died last year.” He had a near-fatal heart attack and was declared dead for two minutes, prompting him to make his arrangements sooner […]

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