i was just wondering- who in god's name could one hire to clean out those "giant grease-like traps" in the bowels of a mausoleum? think about that a minute- would a plumber do it? a crime scene/hazmat cleanup company?<quoted text>
You know you're right. A buddy of mine worked for a roofing company that was doing work on the older community mausoleum at Queen of Heaven. Anyhow, the roof has hundreds of air vents that help remove the bad air from the people decomposing with the hallowed walls. The smell was horrid, like the smell of a dead rodent only 100 times worse. They also have giant grease-like traps below the basement to catch excrement that escapes from deteriorating coffins. Wouldnt want to be any where near there.
in any case- even with the yellow suit and full respirator, you'd have to have the stongest stomach on earth to do that job- and it wouldn't hurt to have to have short term memory loss, so that you could forget you ever had to do that awful, foul job.