September 29, 2009
happy birthday Leo
Today is the 94th anniversary of dad's birth. I wish I could send birthday greetings to him in the hereafter. This got me to thinking of a marketing plan...I have an idea for a website where people can buy an email address to a loved one in the hereafter. Dads email address could be: email@example.com
We, me and my investers, could charge a $10 monthly fee for maintenance.
I mentioned this to Meredith and she opined, "that's a great idea mom, if you want to go to HELL.
At any rate, I for one am happy that dad was born. If not for him we would not be here. So, in lieu of wishing daddy a happy birthday, I am wishing everyone reading this blog; Happy Leo R Karl's birthday, I hope you have a wonderful day.
Posted by Rita at September 29, 2009 08:35 AM
If children can write "Santa", and we can say "under God" at school during the pledge of allegaince, or even sport the "one nation under God" on our currency system, why cant someone write an email to their loved ones who have "passed on" ?.. I think its a good idea.. and with all of the things people pay for now a day anyway, it would probably be successful.
Rita, you are gonna LOVE this site! It reminds me of your idea and Meredith's response.
h t t p : //eternal-earthbound-pets.com/Home_Page.html (you'll have to copy-and-paste the stuff after the slanted lines into your browser--I wasn't allowed to post it the right way.
And don't you know, they are probably actually getting business! Boggles the mind.
What do the Star Registry people get for one of their star certificates? $50 or so? I bet they're making a fortune off the ignorance of their fellow citizens. No reason your idea wouldn't do just as well.