Skip to comments.Cement deal for Whitney (Houston's family to encase body & $800K jewelry in concrete)
Posted on 05/02/2012 4:03:43 PM PDT by Libloather
Cement deal for Whitney
By DAVID K. LI
Last Updated: 10:22 AM, May 1, 2012
Heres one way to cement Whitney Houstons legacy: The pop divas family plans to encase her body in concrete so that no one is tempted to rob the grave.
The is $800,000 in jewels in Houstons casket, and the singers family cant afford 24-hour security to guard against ghoulish thieves, according to the newspaper The Daily Star.
The British tabloid didnt say when Houstons family would dig up Whitneys New Jersey grave and pour the cement.
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I’m thinking a bear’s skull would be cool.
Historians in the 29th century might surmise: “This 19th century leader was capable of biting off the heads of generals who disagreed with him.” In fact, he was more than patient, while exasperated, with a number of them.
Abraham Lincoln, Our Grizzly Bear President. I like it.
Maybe someone could replace Robert E. Lee’s skull with a lion’s skull. That would really throw them a curve.
‘Nazis At The Center of The Earth’ I’m surprised they don’t show robotic Hitler in the trailer above. He really steals the show.
Dr. Mengele was carrying it on his shoulders until Cyborg Adolf’s head is reanimated by a steampunk machine using stem cells.
“Dead as Adolf Hitler”? Don’t you believe it!
Maybe Romney could get him to serve as his veep.
Are they going to put some Coke in there as well?
Unless she herself had stipulated it in her will, it’s impossible to believe. Shoot, if it were me I’d say use costume jewelry for the funerary honors and keep the valuable stuff for use on earth.
I wrote out a check for $10,000 to the Whitney Houston Memorial Fund and put that in her coffin also.
Our lady of perpetual immobility!
She ain’t buried yet? It must stink!
Warhammer 40K BTTT
How's the veal?
Vanity, all is vanity.
Do you have anything in a cyborg Reagan?
They are going to be surprised when they dig her up to pour the concrete. By now the Mexicans have already dug a tunnel to the goods.
If true ( I doubt it) that is a stupid decision.
I went through this kind of stuff in a moment of grief years ago, when I wanted to leave a ring worth a couple of hundred dollars on a loved one. The funeral director told me flat out, not to do it. His advice was that if you don't want it, just take it, sell it and give the cash to charity. It was good advice and what I did. And I thanked him for that advice.
Houston's family should do the same.
I don’t think Whitney’s creditors are gong to permit this.
Indeed. But I don't think Nixon would be an Ultrasmurf. Maybe pre-Heresy Night Lords.
Stolen from 1d4chan.org. You can guess the nickname they have for Marneus Calgar.