i am half hoping that musks twitter implodes via mass exodus but then i think i would deprive myself of eye-rolling stories like this and the snark that accompanies it.


- dave 11-04-2022 11:06 am

From the Portlandia Province of France. 


- bill 11-04-2022 12:17 pm [add a comment]


What a comforting thing to die and know your helped the planet after death


- Skinny 11-04-2022 5:21 pm [add a comment]


this seems like the way to go though honestly i thought the tree sprouted from the urn..


- dave 11-04-2022 6:48 pm [add a comment]


I think Bill was involved with a natural burial...
- alex 11-04-2022 7:56 pm [add a comment]


I think Bill was involved with a natural burial...
- alex 11-04-2022 7:56 pm [add a comment]


  • is that where his antipathy for fiberboard comes from?


    - dave 11-04-2022 8:07 pm [add a comment]


  • Itís Steveís story. Interestingly The process was completely independent of commerce, G cleaned her up, put her up in the wicker got her to the site, they dug a hole at a predetermined location and notified the local sheriff and received a DC.
    - bill 11-05-2022 4:14 am [add a comment]



I helped Greg bury Elyse in a commune. A wicker casket placed in the dirt in a forest near Goldendale Washington overlooking the Columbia River. Maybe that's the story you are thinking of.


- steve 11-04-2022 10:20 pm [add a comment]





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