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SpongeBob Squarepants Memorial Causes Graveyard Grief [POLL]

This actually happened!

An Amy sergeant who was killed by her boyfriend really loved Spongebob. Here’s what happened – and then I’ll ask how you feel about it.  

You can read the whole article here from CNN.com for the background, but the bottom line is that the family spent $26,000 for two Spongebob monuments at Sgt. Kimberly Walker’s gravesite because she would have wanted it that way. The cemetery gave them the OK then reversed their decision after seeing it!

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Simple poll question – should you be allowed to put up any kind of monument in a cemetary, and if so – what would you place there?

I’d have a baby grand piano, but not IN the ground, mind you.

 

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