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The Love of Friendship.  Whatever.

January 13, 2006

I’m listening to the news yesterday and a story peaks my interest. It’s about a body that was found in a home in Cincinnati. What’s so interesting about that? I mean bodies are found in homes all the time. However, this body was in the home for 2 1/2 years. Sitting in a chair. Watching tv. What the fuck?

The woman, Johannas Pope didn’t want be buried after she died. Well I say tough shit lady, when you die, that means you’re DEAD, so I’m thinking you really don’t get a say in the matter. See we don’t normally keep dead bodies lying around in our homes, like ever. But her live-in caregiver wanted to make her wish come true because apparently Johannas was going to come back after she died anyway, so might as well save the hassle of a burial and all the other crap, not to mention the expense of the funeral. I mean why bother right?

August 2003….that was the month that Johannas died. Died. And here were are in January of 2006. I dare say she wasn’t lookin’ too hot. To top it off, some of her family members continued to live downstairs from Johannas. Hello? Your dead relative is upstairs watching tv. She’s dead. Dead. Oh but they left the air conditioner running for Johannas. I guess that made the room comfortable so she could mummify while watching the Golden Girls perhaps or Jeporady. I mean when you’re dead, you don’t want to get all sweaty and shit. But unfortunately, about a month ago, the air conditioner crapped out. The coroner said you could smell death. Well of course you can smell death fuckwad, she’s DEAD. I know I’ve said dead alot in just this paragraph, but come on, she’s fucking dead.

Anyway, another relative apparently called the cops because he/she hadn’t seen Pope in years. Okay, so let me get this right…you’ve not seen your relative in years and you just get around to calling last week? Better late than never I guess.

The coroner was quoted as saying, “The caregiver is not someone you’d think was from another planet or really seems off the wall…”. She’s not? She left her patient in a chair to watch tv after she died because Johannas was coming back anyway. I don’t know about you but I think of that as “off the wall” and well, fucking weird, so ya, you gotta be from another planet. The coroner said she (caregiver) probably did it out of her love and friendship for Johannas. Well let me tell ya, I love my friends too but if they croaked in my home or theirs for that matter, I’m shipping their asses to the morgue.

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6 Responses to “The Love of Friendship. Whatever.”

  1. That is the weirdest frigging story I’ve ever heard! Family members lived downstairs???? WHAT???? What a creepy bunch o’ fuckers.

    Oh and you know what?

    Dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead dead.

    hee hee

  2. I think I saw something like that on the X-Files. I read one yesterday about a man who called the cops because his wife dissappeared. They eventualy found the wayward woman in their house, under a pile of clutter that had collapsed on her and subsequently smothered her. The police reported that there was so much stuff in the home she had been packratting that they had to duck to keep from hitting their heads on the ceiling it was piled so high. But at least it wasn’t two and a half friggin’ years later. That is disturbing…

  3. Oh that is NASTY! OMG they had the AC on for her? Pardon me but ROFL ROFL ROFL!!!!!
    That is the fuckin nastiest visual I have ever had!
    DEAD IS DEAD!!!!!
    Laura XO

  4. That is a really nauseating story… however, I am happy to say your HNT pics are GORGEOUS!

  5. Hee. That was funny as hell. Some people just don’t have a light on in the attic. And to think I was worried about the smell of a few dead mice.

  6. Hi, I’m doing some research into search ‘keywords’ related to finding friendship on the web, e.g. ‘things to do’ . I need to talk to people who regularly look for new friends on the web. I’ve found some people via things to do but I need to talk to more. Can you suggest where else to try?

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