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Memorial Culture

Another way for you to live on
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You have a ton of bacteria in your system and many are needed for your way of life. For all intents and purposes, many strains of bacteria are apart of you.

You can save that bacteria in a vial where it will go dormant but still be alive or you can revive the contents in a bigger container with nutrients and watch the culture of your loved ones thrive. You could place the bacteria of you and your lover and watch the two grow together or eternally fight.

There are many possibilities for enhancing a memorial.

sartep, Apr 13 2006

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       Unless I can somehow infect half of Asia after my death, this seems little improvement on my bodily components going back into the ecosystem via normal channels. Frankly, I'd rather push up daisies.
DrCurry, Apr 13 2006
  

       Aah - the eternal flame of grossness. I like - but I'm with the good doctor on this. Can I somehow infect half of Asia after my death?
Letsbuildafort, Apr 13 2006
  

       Are LBAF and DC proposing a NerdFlu?
Galbinus_Caeli, Apr 13 2006
  

       Ha! More like an Agin' Flu in my case.
DrCurry, Apr 13 2006
  

       I 'spose like your ashes, you have in your will that you want to infect the world or the water of a certain area.   

       As for the doctor. All that's needed is an extraction of a few bacteria, the rest of you could push up the daisies, hold down the papers or keep the door open if that's your wish.   

       With enough nutrients, the new you could grow into a mold...of any size or shape.
sartep, Apr 13 2006
  
      
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