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If I die before I get it done will you decide? Take my words and turn them into signs they will survive, Because a long time ago I knew not to deprive. It’s safe out there now your every where just like the sky, And you are love, you are
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    Click here, then click the coffin bottom right. 
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  From Wikipedia: Franz Reichelt, also known as Frantz Reichelt or François Reichelt (1879 – February 4, 1912), was an Austrian-born French tailor, inventor and parachuting pioneer, now sometimes referred to as the Flying Tailor, who is remembered for his accidental death by jumping from the Eiffel Tower while testing a wearable parachute of his own design. Reichelt had become fixated on
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  Funeral in British Columbia for a humpback whale which became entangled in fishing gear.    Source
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    Pet casket, handmade by Paws2Remember here.
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    A special funeral was held at Joint Base Charleston. It wasn’t for an airman but instead for a member of the base’s security team. There wasn’t a 21-gun salute but instead just three guns fired three times. Heart-felt salutes were offered by members of the base andTaps was played.
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    Extracts from the speech delivered by Ru Callender at the launch of the 5th edition of the Natural Death Handbook at the Horse Hospital, London, 4 July.    In the west, the idea of celebrating our ancestors has weakened along with our religious beliefs. We are less sure of
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    By Lyra Mollington   On Sunday I woke up feeling out of sorts and very parched.  With this humid and unsettled weather, viruses will be having a field day.  In these situations, I find the best course of action is complete rest and lots of green tea (Yutaka Midori