jlw — 2014-06-16T11:20:43-04:00 — #1
fuzzyfungus — 2014-06-16T11:55:22-04:00 — #2
This seems like a problem that could be solved by standardized, rackmount, 'mortuary modules'. 4, maybe 5 U high, 19 inches wide, slides nice and neat into a four-post rack with a KVM-style fold-up bit for the headstone inscription.
Highly compact, extremely efficient, seismically stable with suitable mounting, what's not to like?
crenquis — 2014-06-16T12:45:32-04:00 — #3
I read the headline as level = destroy -- glad that I was wrong.
pixleshifter — 2014-06-16T13:15:46-04:00 — #4
Why can't we just have a great big field where you can drop us in a hole and plant a tree in it?
I read once about a 'forest of the dead' in Germany.
Now that's a final solution.
wrecksdart — 2014-06-16T13:30:51-04:00 — #5
As long as my tree can be equipped with an operational cannon and a live twitter feed broadcast, I'm in!
medievalist — 2014-06-16T13:36:51-04:00 — #6
English graveyards are allowed to decompose naturally, and people have picnics in them, and contemplate their eventual ascent to a higher trophic level.
For example the Southampton graveyard.
In America we seem to have a problem with the idea of "letting go"....
yaanu — 2014-06-16T13:54:21-04:00 — #7
That's what I thought too. "Stabilize" might be a better term.
awjt — 2014-06-16T13:58:50-04:00 — #8
Then it worked. You were clickbaited by rule #1: the Double-Entendre
(& so was I. I thought, "WHAT?? THAT'S SO WRONG! Oh. Duh.)
crenquis — 2014-06-16T13:59:18-04:00 — #9
jlw — 2014-06-21T11:20:50-04:00 — #10
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