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"I'm really going to miss getting steamed at Anthony Lewis."
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"If we hurry, you might still make this Sunday's 'Times' obits."
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Lawyer lists his billable hours on tombstone.
"He died alone with his family."
"Says here he leaves behind a wife, two children, and forty-seven Twitter followers."
Here Lies Frederick Jones - Verbal: 680....Math: 720.
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A man reads the obituary and compares his age to the deceased.
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"Why are you reading obituaries?""To manage expectations..."
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The Moses of his nation.
"Line two. Obituary fact checker."
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'He was a great writer'
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"How come people die in alphabetical order...?"
Tuned In, Turned On, Dropped Out, Dropped In, Worked Out, Saved Up, Dropped Dead.
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"Mr. Stephenson is the subject of a widely anticipated obituary."
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'His greatest achievement was to write a glowing obituary about himself.'
"He always said he wanted his last words to be as pithy as possible."
"Yes, I saw the obituary. So, is that why you weren't in yesterday?"
"It's the obituaries edition."
'for more obit info, go to...'
"Mr. Culner is survived by his wife, the former Janice Dexter; one son, Horace, Jr.; and three grandchildren."
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"And just where do you people think you're going? This service isn't over yet!"
"He was a great guy. But as long as I've known him, he had a habit of always stealing the spotlight from me."
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"Floyd had two loves: Betting on the races and celebrating the holidays. Visiting the dog track dressed up as the Easter Bunny may have seemed a good idea at first..."
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'His possessions were not important to him. Other people's possessions, however, meant a great deal to him.'