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Old 01-20-2015, 01:41 PM
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Eric Garner Memorial Caught Fire

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The Staten Island memorial for Eric Garner, the 43-year-old father who died while being taken into NYPD custody last summer, caught fire Monday, which was MLK day, according to police.
Police say the fire was not arson, and was not set intentionally.

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Re: Eric Garner Memorial Caught Fire

Police say lmfao....

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Old 01-20-2015, 11:17 PM
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Re: Eric Garner Memorial Caught Fire

Could've been a candle or something I suppose
Weird things happening. I hear the naacp building in Colorado Springs may have been been some sketchy shit too.

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Re: Eric Garner Memorial Caught Fire

Memorials belong in the cemetery.

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Re: Eric Garner Memorial Caught Fire

I don't see how it was not on purpose. Too much of a coincidence if you were to ask me.

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Memorials belong in the cemetery.
Ah, ok...so no 9/11 Memorial at the crash sites then, huh?

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Old 01-22-2015, 08:12 AM
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Ah, ok...so no 9/11 Memorial at the crash sites then, huh?
You're comparing 9/11 to a single roadside memorial.

I don't think these roadside memorials are appropriate. Do you really think your loved ones are hanging out in spirit or in memory at the location that they died? Try placing a memorial at a place that he or she loved while they were alive or in a cemetery where they belong.

I've seen official "fatality" signs. I like these as they are a good reminder to drive safe, but roadside memorials do nothing but distract and create waste along our highways and or public sidewalks. This is NOT to say that vandalizing these locations are appropriate.

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You're comparing 9/11 to a single roadside memorial.

I don't think these roadside memorials are appropriate. Do you really think your loved ones are hanging out in spirit or in memory at the location that they died? Try placing a memorial at a place that he or she loved while they were alive or in a cemetery where they belong.

I've seen official "fatality" signs. I like these as they are a good reminder to drive safe, but roadside memorials do nothing but distract and create waste along our highways and or public sidewalks. This is NOT to say that vandalizing these locations are appropriate.
I kinda agree with you. If every road fatality in America had a roadside Memorial, we'd have them lining our roadways everywhere. A property I used to own had a big Memorial in the front yard. It was a big front yard so it was 50 yards from my house. But it got annoying after a year. On the anniversary of the crash and on his birthday there was always more added to it. I swear it made it harder to sell. I had to find his mom and ask her to remove it, luckily she understood and took it down. I allowed her to plant a tree there instead with a small stone with his name.

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Re: Eric Garner Memorial Caught Fire

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You're comparing 9/11 to a single roadside memorial.

I don't think these roadside memorials are appropriate. Do you really think your loved ones are hanging out in spirit or in memory at the location that they died? Try placing a memorial at a place that he or she loved while they were alive or in a cemetery where they belong.

I've seen official "fatality" signs. I like these as they are a good reminder to drive safe, but roadside memorials do nothing but distract and create waste along our highways and or public sidewalks. This is NOT to say that vandalizing these locations are appropriate.
I agree with you 100%!!

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Re: Eric Garner Memorial Caught Fire

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You're comparing 9/11 to a single roadside memorial.

I don't think these roadside memorials are appropriate. Do you really think your loved ones are hanging out in spirit or in memory at the location that they died? Try placing a memorial at a place that he or she loved while they were alive or in a cemetery where they belong.

I've seen official "fatality" signs. I like these as they are a good reminder to drive safe, but roadside memorials do nothing but distract and create waste along our highways and or public sidewalks. This is NOT to say that vandalizing these locations are appropriate.
You're the one that said memorials belong in the cemetery not me. What you really meant to say is that only memorials that you approve of should be allowed outside of cemeteries.

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