Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Roadside Memorials

Below is the new roadside memorial in GA.  It would cost $100 and be in place for one year.  Now, who's going to pay $100 for this piece of shit to paganistically commemorate the spot where a loved one died??

You'd think they could have come up with something better than this, but then again, it is GA!!


  1. Up here we get them for free. It is up to the loved ones to put up something if they so desire. The tradition is a wooden cross painted white.

    Odd but possibly pertinent word verification - "underoc"

  2. Yep, crosses and flowers here...maintained by loved ones.

    That's a pretty cold ass sign there, I think.

  3. I saw a stand-up comedian on tv one night saying he had seen some crosses on the side of the road on the way into town. He said, "I don't care how much I hated a relative, I'm not burying his ass out by the highway!"

  4. here people just put up makeshift crosses and flowers..then after a month or so someone comes and takes them down.

  5. In some places in Ukraine, I see actual headstones. There are always the usual flowers and crosses along the highways. The plastic circle is disgusting. Black crosses, which I have seen in some parts of Canada would be better than that.

  6. Other states do standard signage, too, but that Georgia effort is the cheeziest I've seen to date. Peel and stick letters?


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