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Franklin Journier (how to handle a dead body)
I live in snow country, 5 miles from the nearest town of ~300 and 20 miles from the nearest of ~3000. Several of my neighbors are elderly. If there were a serious breakdown of infrastructure some of these folks would possibly be at risk (yes, I have extra supplies to help take care of them). If the worst happened, what would be the most appropriate/sensitive way to handle a dead body when the ground is frozen solid?
I'm not kidding about this question. I like to think about these things ahead of time.
Looking especially for Leska and/or Anita E. to answer this one. Or Hardliner and other combat veterans perhaps?
-- Franklin Journier (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 20, 1999
-- Reality Checker (email@example.com), July 08, 2000
"January 1-14: Cremation
January 15 on: Dinner!
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-- Leska (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 20, 1999."
"Franklin, that was really me, just the really tired me. Sorry. But I *have* been doing a bunch of cannibalism posts. Am vegetarian & nonviolent, but have read history and know cannibalism happens. Think it will be par for the course of dinner in 2000. [SNIP] -- Two headed death lover"
-- (email@example.com), July 09, 2000.