Monday, October 14, 2013

Urn bound for Vt. – found in Florida.

A man who lost an urn carrying his dad's ashes says it's turned up in Florida.
http://www.wcax.com/story/23673224/ashes-bound-for-vt-found-in-fla

5 comments :

  1. How does the United States Postal Service instill your trust? They "urn" it!

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  2. Look at the good side.
    If dad never has been to Flordia, he has now.
    Or maybe he just wanted to return there one last time.
    Amen.

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  3. and AMAZON want you to trust them

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  4. The goverment runs the USPS, now they want to run health care. Think about that

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    1. chuck gregory10/19/13, 6:50 PM

      The government doesn't run USPS; it only has the power to legislate how to run itself.

      The government runs Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare (but not parts B and D). It also ran World War II, the largest socialist program ever undertaken in America. And it hasn't done too badly with any of those.

      It's when the Republicans have their hands on the controls that the government really screws up-- Iraq, Afghanistan, Guantanamo, military contracts, Medicare Parts B and D, education..... While the Dems screw up, at least they don't intend to...

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