Bass -O- Matic
Another “first” for Florida?
>> allows for the complete separation of dental amalgam for safe disposal
Disposal, my eye! They’re going to sell it.
SOYLENT GOLD IS PEOPLE!!!
Well hell! That’s TWICE today!
Does that mean they can liquify twice the bodies?
Or does it just mean that you failed to search?
Grandma gets turned into a battery. No thanks.
“The makers claim the process produces a third less greenhouse gas than cremation, uses a seventh of the energy, and allows for the complete separation of dental amalgam for safe disposal.”
Huh. Beats digging them gold teeth out with a knife, eh?
Gives new meaning to “go green.”
Mommy is Grandma going to have a grave? No honey we are having her desolved in acid.
Judge stops Ohio funeral home from liquefying bodies
(Columbus, OH) -- For two months, a funeral home in Columbus, Ohio has been the only one in the state, and maybe the country, to offer an unusual alternative to cremation.
But now, the Department of Health is stepping in to stop it.
The controversial procedure is called alkaline hydrolysis. It converts body tissues to liquid that is then flushed into city sewers. A similar version of the process is used on animal carcasses at the Ohio Department of Agriculture. The Department of Agriculture says it's a more environmentally-friendly way to dispose of bodies. But state health officials say it's not an acceptable way to dispose of bodies.
According to the Columbus Dispatch, Edwards began using the process in January and had disposed of 19 bodies with it, until the state stopped the funeral home from doing it last week.
I’ve heard of liquidating your assets, but liquifying your asses ... now that’s a new one.
I wish it were legally possible to have graveyards in orchards. Bury the bodies six feet under in fertile soil. I like the idea of growing a tree. It would sure put an end to the funeral home business.
Still my favorite line in the piece. Mom, is this iced tea grandma or grandpa!
So instead of my widow picking up my ashes, she’s handed a gallon jug.
More work for plumbers!
Never know what you'll find at warehouse sales.