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Real Name: Body Snatcher Ron
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65 Orbits Around The Sun Completed. "I see dead people." "I pick things up and put them down"

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newtboy jokingly says...

......So I loaded up the truck
And I moved to eme-rald green....
Triangle that is. Humboldt gold. Sticky icky.

The next thing you know, Newtboy got really high
Lying on the grass and just staring at the sky.
25 years later and things are still the same
Smoking grade A weed and a-pickling my brain.

Y'all come back now, ya hear?

BSR said:

"California's the place you outta be".

newtboy says...

but I'm in California. I'll just wait for the ring of fire to do the job for me.

BSR said:

Not a problem. Would you like an "in the dark of night" pickup?

Florida is void of volcanoes so there will be a small upcharge for the second final destination.

newtboy says...

I like it.
It sounds derogatory, but only is derogatory if the listener thinks they suck....because it just means others like you.

BSR said:

He he... you used "ilk." 🤭

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noims says...

Genuinely very interesting. Cheers. I'll have to check the Irish traffic laws on this now too.

BSR said:

Correct. Hope this helps.

You will be driving very slowly – usually 30-40 mph on roads, depending on the normal speed limit, and no more than 55 mph on the highway.

You will need to stay close to the car in front of you in the procession – do not allow room for a vehicle not in the procession to cut in. (Emergency vehicles excluded)

Stay in line and with the procession at all times – even if means you are going through a red light at an intersection. Local traffic ordinances give a funeral procession the right-of-way, and other motorists must yield until the procession has passed. (Emergency vehicles excluded) Do not leave your place in the procession line unless there is an emergency.

The last car in the procession will have 2 funeral flags and will also have hazards lights flashing to signify to other motorists that the procession has ended and that traffic may resume.

Once you arrive at the cemetery, a cemetery attendant will lead the procession to the gravesite or chapel, and the funeral attendant will collect the flags from your vehicle.

Do not tip the lead driver.

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