I was reading an article last year on how the bury the homeless, people who are just beyond destitute - no home, money or family. And what they do ( at least here in New york city) is throw them in a pine box and bury them on this island called Hart Island with other dead homeless. No marker, no name, nothing. They pretty much mass bury them like garbage and they are forgotten. And I was thinking, Osama Bin Laden was given more respect than these people. And here we go again; - This POS who killed 4 people including a kid and a cop is given more respect by liberals than some homeless guy who could very well have been a vet. It’s just un-freakin’-real. The guy is a subhuman piece of pig vomit. Chop him up and flush him down the toilet! To hell with him where he belongs!
>>throw them in a pine box and bury them on this island called Hart Island with other dead homeless.
an episode of All in the Family had an “Uncle Oscar” who died upstairs. Nobody in the family (Edith’s family I think) wanted to cough up money for a funeral and burial and Mike found out they could have him buried in something called Potter’s Field.
“A potter’s field or common grave is a term for a place for the burial of unknown or indigent people. The expression derives from the Bible, referring to a field used for the extraction of potter’s clay, which was useless for agriculture but could be used as a burial site.Madison Square Park, Washington Square Park and Bryant Park in New York City originated as potter’s fields. The city’s current potter’s field, and one of the largest cemeteries in the United States, with at least 800,000 burials, is on Hart Island.
Potter’s Field was also the name of a small cove of the East River just below the Williamsburg Bridge on the Brooklyn side, where bodies that have been in the river from November through the winter season surface in April as the rising temperature causes them to decompose and rise to the surface. The fluid dynamics of the East River causes a collection of these bodies every year off the docks of Potter’s Field”