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I very much dislike the work permanent. Nothing is permanent. Everything is temporary. A permanent is not permanent, if you scrub it enough it will come off. A permanent fixture like a building is not permanent - it can get knocked down really easy. Permanent hair color is not permanent, you can shave your head and your natural color will start growing out of your head again.


Email Attachment of the Week

Joke of the Week

A woman walked up to a little old man rocking in a chair on his porch. "I couldn't help noticing how happy you look," she said. "What's your secret for a long happy life?"
"I smoke three packs of cigarettes a day," he said. "I also drink a case of whiskey a week, eat fatty foods, and never exercise."

"That's amazing," said the woman, "how old are you?"
"Twenty-six," he said.

Email Train of the Week - usually have to read these bottom to top

From: "Z" <aziola@yahoo.com

i think the people told them or is was obvious how they were trying to
toss the ashes on the field

--- Merilou Ziola <mlz@binderrealty.com wrote:

Yuk, Yuk, Yuk!!! How did they know they were creamated ashes??

From: Z [mailto:aziola@yahoo.com]

ang and sandys friend anne was at cubs bleachers and someone tried to
toss some of their like dead parent ashes onto wrigley and wind
kicked up and the ashes blew in the face of anne and it was sweaty and the
ashes like stuck on on them

--- Merilou Ziola <mlz@binderrealty.com wrote:

Well here is the story. You can take the body home with you and
bury it in your yard; you can have it creamated and take the ashes home with
you, or you can have it creamated and have them take care of and dispose of
the ashes.

I have always had them take care of the ashes--I really didn't want
them. I just remember what wonderful cats I had--I didn't need their ashes.

From: Z [mailto:aziola@yahoo.com]

do you know what they do with the deceased bodies?

--- Merilou Ziola <mlz@binderrealty.com wrote:

No, I never went in the room for Sam, Topaz or Sasha. I just
handed the cat over to Dr. Eisenberg. At that time, I asked Dr. Eisenberg if I
should come in or not. He said it is up to you. He said some people prefer to
come in--and in the case of a dog, at the last minute the dog licks
the hand of the owner and the owner completely loses it--it is very emotional.
I think the doctors would rather just do it themselves--that is how I prefer it.

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