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WT Economist

I commented on your death business articles on my blog -- by pointing out that everything about that industry is also true of the health care industry, which is 2,000 times larger in the U.S. Except for the reinvention part.
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https://larrylittlefield.wordpress.com/2018/04/15/the-economist-on-the-d...
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Personally, I'm more worried about what will happen to me, and how much it will cost, BEFORE I'm dead.

Hedgefundguy in reply to WT Economist

Just set up a GoFundMe account.
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Family of Cleveland's "Sax Man," inundated with outpouring of appreciation, now seeks funds for his funeral
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http://www.cleveland.com/tipoff/index.ssf/2018/04/family_of_clevelands_s...
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He did not have savings or insurance.
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His sister, Andrea Reedus-Pride, set up a remembrance page seeking donations on the social media fundraising site GoFundMe. By Tuesday afternoon, $2,000 had been collected.
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Cleveland's food rescuers help feed the hungry, grow more food (photos, recipes)
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http://www.cleveland.com/cooking/index.ssf/2018/04/clevelands_food_rescu...
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Try your local food bank.
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Greater Cleveland Food Bank launches 2018 Harvest for Hunger campaign
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http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2018/02/greater_cleveland_food_...
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Remember, I'm here to help.
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NSFTL
Regards