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September 30, 2004


~~~ NOTE FROM CHRIS: ~~~

Warehouse retailer Costco Wholesale has
started selling six models of steel
caskets at its Chicago-area locations.


The Top 5 Reasons to Shop
for a Casket at Costco
(Part I)


    1. Get a 24-pack for your entire cult, along with a 55-gallon drum of Kool-Aid.

    2. Lock the kids in it and tell them to play "Dracula" while you shop!

    3. Leave it in the bed of your pickup truck in the office parking lot and your boss just might re-think that bad performance review.

    4. The fluorescent lighting makes it easy to pick a model that will compliment your post-mortem skin tone.

      and the Number 1 Reason to Shop for a Casket at Costco...

    5. Great way to break the ice with Goth chicks.

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Selected from 131 submissions from 50 contributors.
Today's Top Five List authors were:


  • Gordon Sherman, Camp Slayer, Baghdad -- 1 (2nd #1)
  • Fran Fruit, Winnetka, IL -- 2
  • Tristan Fabriani, Passaic, NJ -- 3
  • Martin Bredeck, Hybla Valley, VA -- 4
  • Carl Knorr, Devo City, OH -- 5, Honorable Mention list name
  • Slick Sharkey, Miami, FL -- 5 Hall of Famer
  • Jody LaFerriere, Leominster, MA -- Topic Website
  • Rick Welshans, Easton, MD -- Topic
  • Donald Junter, New Haven, CT -- Banner Tag
  • Dave Wesley, Pleasant Hill, CA -- RU list name Hall of Famer
  • Chris White, Los Angeles, CA -- List owner/editor Email / Hall of Famer
  • Oingo Boingo, Los Angeles, CA -- Ambience   (explanation)

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