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Larry (#47255152)
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Bio Photo I live in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota. Actively retired senior that enjoys history, genealogy, and cemeteries. It is enjoyable to help others in their family searches. Others have been of great help to me also.

Most of my entries are of people who I have no relationship with as I am a volunteer. Yes, I do transfers to anyone who has an interest in honoring the memorials. I daily check FAG and approve all edits as quickly as possible.

I have met many wonderful people on FAG, and, a few knuckle-heads! God Bless you in your desire to know your family history.

Larry :-)

Added August 26, 2015

OK Punky, Heads Up! This is an alert. Each morning when you wake up, stand in front of the mirror, slap yourself across the face and say "Good Morning you handsome dude." If you are a lady do the same, but change to "Good Morning you smoking hot lady called ME."

After doing this routine for a week, you look forward to getting out of bed and seeing that adoring face in the mirror. And, if you are lucky, you will believe what you say!


September Duplicator Alert!

Beware, duplicators are out there waiting to pounce on your memorials you have submitted. These pathetic nerds are anxious to one up you. Sometimes their entry is superior, but often, unacceptable compared to the original.

I propose a voluntary circular firing squad that will make duplication a capital punishment. All we need is a wall, a post, cigarettes, and blindfolds. Executions can be seen on U-Tube and seen by millions. What caliber should be used you ask? I think paint balls would be appropriate.

Imagine the obituary reads, "Duplicator killed by circular firing squad of paint ball marksman!" It would be a colorful way to go!


Thought for the Day:

Each time I go to the cemetery, I think to myself, I am the luckiest person in the cemetery! Know what I mean Vern?
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