The shape of things to come?

Charles 4 Comments


Hat-tip to Connecting Directors

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andrew plume
andrew plume
12 years ago

Charles ah yes, a very zippy little piece indeed and here’s the front page for their site – – it’s good to see how many folks (or models) look so happy with their proposed lot and why are they all dressed in white, I ask? – too much square deal Surf in the wash, perhaps? I’m not sure whether one of the local Toronto powerhouses in Turner & Porter will be quaking in their boots over this lot – before they changed their website, they were doing 50 a week, that’s a lot of cadavars pa (see them here… Read more »


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David Holmes
12 years ago

This is the future in Britain. Not everyone wants a traditional funeral director, not everyone can afford one. The industry is not serving all people well enough, they have created an opportunity for someone willing to provide an alternative.


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