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To: ItsOurTimeNow

“Nearly everything I’ve ever put at my daughter’s grave site (wind chimes, pinwheels, flowers, etc) usually gets swiped within a week. It’s incredibly sad.”

Worth checking into is the possibility that the grounds keeper may be removing them. I have known several people who have had the job and they don’t like anything that they have to mow around or move.


24 posted on 12/08/2011 12:26:05 PM PST by READINABLUESTATE (Millions of government bureaucrats are gang raping and choking the life out of America.)
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To: READINABLUESTATE; ItsOurTimeNow
Worth checking into is the possibility that the grounds keeper may be removing them. I have known several people who have had the job and they don’t like anything that they have to mow around or move.

Check the cemetery rules. The groundskeeper may be well within his rights to do so. It might take him just a few seconds extra, but multiply that by the number of graves and it can add up to a lot of extra man-hours that need to be paid.

25 posted on 12/08/2011 1:42:54 PM PST by magslinger (Who cares if they are"electable" if they are going to govern like Democrats? -noprogs)
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