Douche Bag Cemetery Worker Claims It’s God’s Responsibility To Fix Flooded Graves

According to Live5News.com, after heavy rains in Charleston caused many caskets and graves to be exposed at Monrovia Cemetery, a worker allegedly statedĀ  that it’s God’s responsibility to fix it, not theirs. I know working in customer service can be stressful and I usually would side with any worker that had this amount of savagery in their response to a customer, but I think when it comes to dead loved ones floating around the fucking city, they could show a little bit more compassion. To tell them God needs to fix it and not to worry because their family members are dead and don’t have a voice, might be a little too far. If I went to go visit a deceased family member and their casket was floating around the cemetery, I would be more than upset. The people interviewed in this story are saints. They need to gather up their loved ones and lay them to rest in a cemetery that actually cares about their residents, their families, and the health of the city. We bury the dead for a reason. If I end up getting the plague because these lazy assholes didn’t feel like cleaning up the mess that God made, the first place I go isĀ Monrovia Cemetery’s office to sneeze on every one of their workers.

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