Wednesday, December 24, 2008

And Finally, The Renegade Dumps Grandma

Renegade is partying it up in Hawaii with Typical White Grandma, throwing her ashes into the surf. Just wondering, is it against the law to dump dead people ashes in the surf? I was thinking that you had to do that offshore, but I do know this.....
Human remains shall be prepared for burial at sea and buried in accordance with accepted practices and requirements as may be deemed appropriate and desirable by the United States Navy, United States Coast Guard, or civil authority charged with the responsibility for making such arrangements. For example, local health departments may require burial or cremation permits.

I do not want Typical White Grandma polluting my beach. Renegade is a renegade.



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3 comments:

Denise said...

I'm with you. I wouldn't want to go swimming and come out of the surf covered with grandma, and I am a grandma! Merry Christmas TD.

Two Dogs said...

You know, I certainly appreciate the "gesture" of depositing Typical White Grandma in the ocean IF she was a lover of it, but doing that does seem somewhat akin to scraping out the wood stove and dumping it on the beach. Dunno, it just doesn't seem right AT ALL. And I am being serious.

Thanks for the Christmas cheer, Denise.

Two Dogs said...

You know, I certainly appreciate the "gesture" of depositing Typical White Grandma in the ocean IF she was a lover of it, but doing that does seem somewhat akin to scraping out the wood stove and dumping it on the beach. Dunno, it just doesn't seem right AT ALL. And I am being serious.

Thanks for the Christmas cheer, Denise.

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