Elizabeth Fournier wrote:Mark,
It's certainly refreshing to hear about the zoning differences in the state of Arizona. I'm going to look into that as I would love to learn more. I'm very curious if this is adaptable to all counties, lot size, etc. How fascinating!
Dave Mason wrote:Good morning and welcome.
We have an interest in offering our 50 acre Pacific ocean farm as a hu-composting RIP location, along the lines of Recompose of Washington.
We are waiting for Oregon to join Washington with legislative approval.
We would be excited to accept pre-interest gestures.
We have all the necessary facilities and a natural farm we intend to keep in native habitat.
Elizabeth Fournier wrote:Tom - Would you be surprised to learn that if a family would like the gold fillings or the teeth back prior to a cremation or burial, either the family or a forensic dentist needs to retrieve the teeth? Funeral homes and cremator operators do not do this procedure, nor have I ever met one who physically has done it. Same goes for the forensic dentist. I have been in the funera industry 29 years and never once have been able to find a dentist who is willing to come in and take care of this for a family. I've called around to several funeral homes in the area and they, too, do not have anyone on file to call. So teeth end up getting burned or buried. They are truly the property of the family but there is a shortage on removal options.
I got this tall by not having enough crisco in my diet as a kid. This ad looks like it had plenty of shortening:
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