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Without regard; all the wrighties are crapping their pants over the comments of Steven King but overlook how we disregard the bodies of our fallen soldiers.. what a freaking hypocrisy love the war, love the soldiers then cremate them with dogs.. no freaking respect, betcha the people who own the crematory are connected.This stuff turns my stomach, and I wonder how long it will be before people see through this adminstration.
__________________ "Being the best doesn't mean you always win. It just means you win more than anyone else".. tweet from Kurt Warner to Tom Brady.
The Dover Air Force Base Port Mortuary, where all troops' remains arrive from the battlefield, does not have its own crematorium, so it contracts with two funeral homes for the cremations: Torbert Funeral Chapel and Pippens Funeral Home.
Pippens' crematorium is located at the funeral home and is used only for human remains, while Torbert's has incinerators for both human and animal remains.
While most facilities don't advertise the fact that they handle both human and animal remains, there is a sign near the Torbert crematory advertising the "Friends Forever Pet Cremation Service."
Officials said there are three incinerators at the Torbert facility, and two are used for humans, while one is used for pets. The human and pet facilities are separated by about 20 feet.
In other words, a non-story blown out of proportion and apparently even lied about by thinkprogress, based on the link they provide in their story.
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and answers a prison
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