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Ron, we actually have our son buried in our back yard! We just couldn't bear to have his remains out there all alone. Since we live out in the county and have no restrictions, we were told by the mortuary folks it was okay. So now I will be able to witness my own son rising ahead of us!!!

Run2Jesus, Rapture Ready 84 Comments [3/24/2008 9:59:28 AM]
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Zombies for Jesus!

3/24/2008 10:02:52 AM


They have comfort know he has gone to a far better place.
Behind the swing set, next to Rover.

Really, we should put Rapture Ready out of bounds for quotes trolling. It is just too easy - shooting fish in a barrel.

3/24/2008 10:13:54 AM


Dude, if you were any more tapped, you would be a keg of beer.

3/24/2008 10:16:24 AM


I really hope he was dead when Run2Jesus buried him, because frankly, he/she/it sounds like he/she/it's a little too at peace with his death.

Oh, and because it came to mind.

"Arrrgghhh, zombies! ... There, pretty as a picture."

Hmm, I think it works better with the visuals.

3/24/2008 10:19:15 AM


Very disturbing.

3/24/2008 10:23:16 AM

Hey, he's dead!!!, or are you watching too many horror movies?

3/24/2008 10:31:59 AM

Princess Rot

This would be okay, it's quite sad that they felt it would do their son a disservice to have him buried in an urban graveyard when they live out in the sticks. Its the last sentence that ruins the whole thing. Zombies for Jesus seconded!!

3/24/2008 10:34:25 AM


You shall never have the necronomikon!

3/24/2008 11:07:03 AM


I saw on another post that there seem to be quite a few members of Rapture Ready that have had children die. Anyone have any ideas as to what the proportion is? If not children's deaths, you'll probably find other people with similar traumas recently occurring in their lives. This would go a long way toward explaining why so many on RR are "ready to leave" - their mental and emotional pain is so intolerably high that they're ready to die themselves, too afraid to actually commit suicide and take comfort in the idea that "it'll all end soon anyway and you'll then be reunited with your loved ones in heaven", and so wrapped up in their misery that they cannot possibly care about what happens to anyone else.

3/24/2008 11:28:40 AM

Mister Spak

Return of the living dead.

3/24/2008 11:42:50 AM

Blayze Kohime

Or, alternately, you will be able to witness your own son being sucked down into the depths of Hell and burning and suffering for eternity (but remember that God still loves him and everyone). Seriously, as a Christian, is this person comfortable with the belief that if their son wasn't as good a person as they think, he could burn in hell for eternity? Are they really comfortable with this?

Or, alternately, they could be eaten by their own son during the zombie apocalypse, which I consider equally as likely.

3/24/2008 12:04:40 PM


Way to miss the point. To attach value to the remaining physical matter of the deceased is to forget what was actually lost.

3/24/2008 12:15:47 PM


@ MK

I think you just hit the nail squarely on the head. Sad, isn't it?

3/24/2008 12:35:54 PM

Yeah, we buried young Jake out there in the back yard between Ole Tomcat and Ole Ripper. Took a while though, he had to sit in freezer for six weeks till the spring thaw and the ground got soft enough to bury him.

3/24/2008 12:45:18 PM

El Guapo

The Micmacs used to bury their dead on that land....but now the lands gone sour...that border was never meant to be crossed...sometimes dead is better.

3/24/2008 12:56:58 PM

Return of Rob


3/24/2008 1:07:27 PM

Doctor Fishcake

Had this come from anywhere other than RR I would be instantly calling Poe.

3/24/2008 1:10:27 PM


When he eats your brains, he'd be so disappointed.

3/24/2008 1:18:31 PM

Joey Ramone

Under the arc of a weather stain boards,
Ancient goblins, and warlords,
Come out of the ground, not making a sound,
The smell of death is all around,
And the night when the cold wind blows,
No one cares, nobody knows.

I don't want to be buried in a Pet Sematary,
I don't want to live my life again,
I don't want to be buried in a Pet Sematary,
I don't want to live my life again.

Follow Victor to the sacred place,
This ain't a dream, I can't escape,
Molars and fangs, the clicking of bones,
Spirits moaning among the tombstones,
And the night, when the moon is bright,
Someone cries, something ain't right.

The moon is full, the air is still,
All of a sudden I feel a chill,
Victor is grinning, flesh rotting away,
Skeletons dance, I curse this day,
And the night when the wolves cry out,
Listen close and you can hear me shout.

Ohhh- No Ohhh-No
I Dont want to live my life
Not Again
Ohh- No
I dont want to live my life
Not Again
Ohh no no no

3/24/2008 1:34:40 PM


Just go hire Shaun of the Dead instead.

3/24/2008 1:37:21 PM


Um, isn't your son already in heaven? When he died, didn't he already go to a better place to be with your god?

And, burying your kid in your back yard? There is something much more serious as play here than a fundie ranting.

3/24/2008 1:38:20 PM


while creepy, i am not sure this is fundy so much as sad.

If I had a dead child and land of my own to bury him on, i may do the same. Though not the "witnessing" thing.

3/24/2008 1:46:03 PM



3/24/2008 1:54:07 PM


Makes it kind of tough to sell your house ...

3/24/2008 1:59:47 PM


Unless you develop a T-virus you won't see a thing

3/24/2008 2:05:33 PM

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