Here Lies Frederick Jones - Verbal: 680....Math: 720.
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"Did you bring a duplicate copy of your 'Times' obit with you?"
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A man reads the obituary and compares his age to the deceased.
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"Gee, you're not at all like your obituaries."
"I'm really going to miss getting steamed at Anthony Lewis."
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"You have a serious illness of an undisclosed nature."
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"Mr. Stephenson is the subject of a widely anticipated obituary."
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"If we hurry, you might still make this Sunday's 'Times' obits."
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"Says here he leaves behind a wife, two children, and forty-seven Twitter followers."
"A face checker called Ted this morning about his obituary."
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"Mr. Culner is survived by his wife, the former Janice Dexter; one son, Horace, Jr.; and three grandchildren."
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Tuned In, Turned On, Dropped Out, Dropped In, Worked Out, Saved Up, Dropped Dead.
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"He died alone with his family."
"Line two. Obituary fact checker."
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"Looks like we've been bumped from the financials to the obituaries."
"Why are you reading obituaries?""To manage expectations..."
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"They misspelled your avatar."