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Worried that your dead relatives may wander off?

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Click Here: - Track your deceased relatives with a coffin GPS
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

It is better sometimes to point a man towards the pathway to a goal rather than the goal itself.
The pathway is where he will learn, - and remember.

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Another way to part people from there money, but targeting the bereaved is going to far

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Could be the start of a new profession - replacer of coffin GPS batteries - with a shovel included in the deal.

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Could be the start of a new profession - replacer of coffin GPS batteries - with a shovel included in the deal.

I wouldn't think the GPS units could run off solar energy.... :)
I'd sign-up just for the shiny new shovel.

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Could be the start of a new profession - replacer of coffin GPS batteries - with a shovel included in the deal.

I wouldn't think the GPS units could run off solar energy.... :)
I'd sign-up just for the shiny new shovel.

So how much sun is there 6ft under???

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If one were to put a flashlight (one that charges by shaking it) in the coffin connected to a perpetual motion machine.... :lol:

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If one were to put a flashlight (one that charges by shaking it) in the coffin connected to a perpetual motion machine.... :lol:

Your not thinking straight agin blugard, who is going to shake the torch???

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Or even tie a piece of string to a bell and a hand on the deceased. This used to be used in the good old days and was known as "Ringing The Bell".

Have come to my senses and realised I'm not doing the Great North Run any more. An age related decision!


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If one were to put a flashlight (one that charges by shaking it) in the coffin connected to a perpetual motion machine.... :lol:

Your not thinking straight agin blugard, who is going to shake the torch???

Why, the perpetual motion machine.
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do they do a smaller version to go in coffins

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No,sir. We will have to fit the coffin for the machine. Sorry if this is inconvenient.

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No,sir. We will have to fit the coffin for the machine. Sorry if this is inconvenient.

You do realise that cemiteries are nearly full in England, and they would have to make all the crematoriums bigger (the fiery bit anyhow)

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Hey, no one said it would be easy. If you do not care for the safety of the dearly departed, then it is suggested that you remain with the "others" and let the Elite do their do.
I will of course make an exception in your case, rong. There will be only one (1) miniature version of the Perpetual-Torch-Shaker manufactured. A small deposit of $200,000 US will ensure delivery and installment at you convenience.

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Why do you install them in the loo???

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For the reasons of ventilation. :unsure:




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