ElmerChuChu

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Welcome to my findyergrave page. I've dedicated my free service to the site. Straight up Capitalist here.

Your religion is not a license to be an oppressive goon. Some people don't get that, and end up with their feelings hurt. Sad.

Transfers: I'm reasonably lenient, as long as you're related to the deceased. I do not look upon any memorial as personal property.
I don't list living relatives in any bio added to a memorial. That's wrong on a lot of levels.
I do try to add a decent photo(s) and a story behind that person, if available.
It makes a memorial much more interesting, from a visual medium pov.
I will gladly put flowers on a complete strangers memorial, especially if none are present. (I've always done that with any extra bouquets, in real cemeteries, too).

Other stuff and fluff:
"You're dead. Here, have some cake..." I believe this philosophy was gleaned from the gospel, according to Betty Crocker. You might have a few more takers, if one didn't wait until the person was deceased. Just saying.

Core beliefs: straight up atheist, Gay equality and racial justice. All else is piffle/moribund ritual (most with vile undertones). Frankly, the Bible is a pointless pile of babble, imv.
"I don't believe in Peter Pan, Frankenstein or Superman..."- Queen.
Christopher Hitchens nailed it exactly. Humanistic attitudes are starting to prevail worldwide. That's a good thing.

Best epitaph I've found thus far on this forum:
"I told you I was sick."(!!!)
Memorial # 65577699. Mrs Freeda S. (Perron) Wilcox. She must've been a great lady. Ya can tell these sort of things.

Among other people I admire:
"It may well be that we will have to repent in this generation. Not merely for the vitriolic words and the violent actions of the bad people, but for the appalling silence and indifference of the good people who sit around and say, Wait on time."
— Martin Luther King Jr.

"A nation that does not honor its heroes will not long endure."
President Abraham Lincoln

Respect for the active duty and all veterans. ESPECIALLY, THE GREATEST GENERATION.
I've been doing a lot of research on the First World War, as well. Many frontal assualt style campaigns, with obscene levels of casualties, I think. Incredible. Stunning, frankly. The use of poison gas, as well. Boggles the mind.

"You know, I actually remember when this used to be fun and interesting. Now, it's a moribund piece of cheese."-Elmer ChuChu

People I don't admire:
Those who purposefully leave the wrong religious symbols on people's memorial. (Often anonymously, to hide). That's just a form of religious vandalism, in my book. I feel pity for those who feel the need to engage in it.
Your religion is not a license to be an oppressive goon.

Welcome to my findyergrave page. I've dedicated my free service to the site. Straight up Capitalist here.

Your religion is not a license to be an oppressive goon. Some people don't get that, and end up with their feelings hurt. Sad.

Transfers: I'm reasonably lenient, as long as you're related to the deceased. I do not look upon any memorial as personal property.
I don't list living relatives in any bio added to a memorial. That's wrong on a lot of levels.
I do try to add a decent photo(s) and a story behind that person, if available.
It makes a memorial much more interesting, from a visual medium pov.
I will gladly put flowers on a complete strangers memorial, especially if none are present. (I've always done that with any extra bouquets, in real cemeteries, too).

Other stuff and fluff:
"You're dead. Here, have some cake..." I believe this philosophy was gleaned from the gospel, according to Betty Crocker. You might have a few more takers, if one didn't wait until the person was deceased. Just saying.

Core beliefs: straight up atheist, Gay equality and racial justice. All else is piffle/moribund ritual (most with vile undertones). Frankly, the Bible is a pointless pile of babble, imv.
"I don't believe in Peter Pan, Frankenstein or Superman..."- Queen.
Christopher Hitchens nailed it exactly. Humanistic attitudes are starting to prevail worldwide. That's a good thing.

Best epitaph I've found thus far on this forum:
"I told you I was sick."(!!!)
Memorial # 65577699. Mrs Freeda S. (Perron) Wilcox. She must've been a great lady. Ya can tell these sort of things.

Among other people I admire:
"It may well be that we will have to repent in this generation. Not merely for the vitriolic words and the violent actions of the bad people, but for the appalling silence and indifference of the good people who sit around and say, Wait on time."
— Martin Luther King Jr.

"A nation that does not honor its heroes will not long endure."
President Abraham Lincoln

Respect for the active duty and all veterans. ESPECIALLY, THE GREATEST GENERATION.
I've been doing a lot of research on the First World War, as well. Many frontal assualt style campaigns, with obscene levels of casualties, I think. Incredible. Stunning, frankly. The use of poison gas, as well. Boggles the mind.

"You know, I actually remember when this used to be fun and interesting. Now, it's a moribund piece of cheese."-Elmer ChuChu

People I don't admire:
Those who purposefully leave the wrong religious symbols on people's memorial. (Often anonymously, to hide). That's just a form of religious vandalism, in my book. I feel pity for those who feel the need to engage in it.
Your religion is not a license to be an oppressive goon.

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