Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by bennymuso, Aug 24, 2015.
My granddad after suffering bowl cancer. Horrible sight I'll never forget.
I dissected one.
i've seen a few dead people and one autopsy.
Quite a few. I was an Air Force medic.
That must be sad.
I have no idea how medical examiners do it.
Yes. I have a cute corpse from a funeral parlor in my basement right now.
Clarify, laid out in a box. Or under other circumstances.
when they took his chest and pulled it over his face, i was thinking, yeah, that's not going to happen to me!
my living will says no autopsy unless foul play is involved and they have to.
Firefighter. So yes, all too often...
I'm doing it just like my father in law did. pass away with all arrangements made, a quiet pickup by the crematorium and done. much less drama than the standard funeral and I thought a lot easier on the family. you just aren't physically there any more.
When I was a lifeguard I had to perform CPR on a dead man while waiting for the ambulance to arrive.
Yes, my father.
Every time I open the trunk of my car.
So you snogged a dead guy. Gross.
How did he die?