Detroit Facing Corpse Surplus

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Detroit Facing Corpse Surplus

Corpses are piling up in the Wayne County Morgue in Detroit because families and loved ones can't afford to bury or cremate the bodies. What do you think?
  • "At least they have a roof over their heads and no cares in the world. There are a lot Michiganders who would gladly trade places with those corpses."

    Jun Weneau
    Systems Analyst
  • "Ford's doing okay. Maybe they need some crash-test dummies?"

    June Reno
    Elevator Operator
  • "Being dead, though, probably is the best way to experience Detroit."

    Yan Juno
    Rack Carrier
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