24.12.05

Cooke-d Bones


The renowned BBC correspondent, Alistair Cooke, was posthumously the victim of some horrendous crime. It would seem that after his death, his bones were stolen to be sold as implants and/or to be recycled into dental implants after he died.

Even more upset than over the initial crime, the family now worries for whoever may have received his remains. It seems that the lung cancer that did him in at 95 had already spread to his bones.
This seems like some type of perversely re-occuring theme in gentile culture. In fact, some deceased Catholic clergyman had his heart on display in a box. Yeah, that's real, er, kosher...

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