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Casket Showroom on Castro Street

Original post made by GG, Willowgate, on Oct 25, 2011

Is anyone else freaked out by the casket showroom on Castro Street?
How about some curtains for privacy and respect?

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Posted by Why O'Wye
a resident of another community
on Oct 25, 2011 at 5:01 pm

What's the matter?

Do you have something to hide from a casket?

Why don't you want a casket to see you?

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Posted by DeathRUs
a resident of Cuernavaca
on Oct 22, 2012 at 12:17 am

Yes! That is AWEFUL! I was dining at Amici's and we had to look at those things all through dinner. It was night and they had all the lights on so you could see all the caskets, the pillows, the urns ugh!! I overheard folks at the next table talking about cremation (gee, wonder what sparked that conversation). It was the most depressing pizza dinner ever. I am disgusted by the way they are displaying these caskets. I agree, they have to put up some curtains or blinds or tint their windows.

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