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Roadside Death Shrines
RiskyRob
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05-24-2018 03:03 AM

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There is a thing now, started by Latino immigrants, to decorate the site on a road where somebody died in an accident. I think it might be, in some way, meant to comfort and placate the ghosts. I saw two creepy ones yesterday and wish I had pictures, because they both looked pretty strange and disturbing.

The first one had two huge people-sized stuffed teddy bears. The bears were probably meant to be sitting up, but they were now dirty and sprawled out like dead people. All kinds of deflated balloons and wilted flowers and cards and candles were strewn about.

The second death site was more recent, featuring a elaborately decorated bike. I don't believe it was the actual death bike, as it was not damaged. More flowers, balloons and candles, but not as weathered and messy as the first, and probably older, teddy bear death site.

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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
I passed one the other day where a state policeman had been hit. It had a cross and a state police hat. I pondered stopping and getting the hat. it looked like a new hat.
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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
Shooting shrines all over here in Baltimore.
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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
there is a stretch of road leading to Fort Irwin in California that has those all along it like 30 miles. They determined that the shrines are so distracting that they have led to increased accidents and deaths.

stupid latinos
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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-24-2018 03:35 AM)
I passed one the other day where a state policeman had been hit. It had a cross and a state police hat. I pondered stopping and getting the hat. it looked like a new hat.

What if you are the hat. Did it get you? Anon
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RiskyRob
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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-24-2018 03:35 AM)
I passed one the other day where a state policeman had been hit. It had a cross and a state police hat. I pondered stopping and getting the hat. it looked like a new hat.

I saw one motorcycle death shrine with a crushed helmet. Horrible, macabre tradition.

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RiskyRob
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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
User 1337  Wrote: (05-24-2018 04:13 AM)
Shooting shrines all over here in Baltimore.

I saw one of those a few weeks ago in a supermarket parking lot. A 18 year old was killed in a drug and gang dispute. The parking spot where he died was full of candles and sh*t. It was right next to the store exit.

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itsuitsthewest
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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-24-2018 03:35 AM)
I passed one the other day where a state policeman had been hit. It had a cross and a state police hat. I pondered stopping and getting the hat. it looked like a new hat.

It's wrong,

but I chuckled.

I was going to post something humorous, but on reflection it wasn't as funny.

I need to recalibrate.

Millions of people killing each other over who has the best imaginary friend in the sky. The only true religion is Dontbeacuntianity.
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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
I've seen roadside death shrines up and down Californias old two lane highways for almost 60 years, hardly new and hardly a latino thing.
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Uppity Me
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05-24-2018 04:48 AM

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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
RiskyRob  Wrote: (05-24-2018 03:03 AM)
There is a thing now, started by Latino immigrants, to decorate the site on a road where somebody died in an accident. I think it might be, in some way, meant to comfort and placate the ghosts. I saw two creepy ones yesterday and wish I had pictures, because they both looked pretty strange and disturbing.

The first one had two huge people-sized stuffed teddy bears. The bears were probably meant to be sitting up, but they were now dirty and sprawled out like dead people. All kinds of deflated balloons and wilted flowers and cards and candles were strewn about.

The second death site was more recent, featuring a elaborately decorated bike. I don't believe it was the actual death bike, as it was not damaged. More flowers, balloons and candles, but not as weathered and messy as the first, and probably older, teddy bear death site.

I've seen that here on the East coast for decades. It's not just Latinos that do it. When someone dies in a car or bike accident they set up memorials there. Yea it's common here

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Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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RiskyRob
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05-24-2018 04:54 AM

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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-24-2018 04:47 AM)
I've seen roadside death shrines up and down Californias old two lane highways for almost 60 years, hardly new and hardly a latino thing.

I've lived in California since 1967, and I've only seen them beginning about 20 years ago. It's absolutely a Latino thing.

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Hamburgerwagon
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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
Usually just a cross here, maybe some flowers.
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RiskyRob
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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
Hamburgerwagon  Wrote: (05-24-2018 05:04 AM)
Usually just a cross here, maybe some flowers.

I'm seeing really elaborate ones, with hundreds of components. It reminds me of a graveyard. The inner cities see them all with the shootings. Clothes, cognac bottles, gang colors covering the sidewalks.

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Post: #14
RE: Roadside Death Shrines
We GOT TONS of those things where I live.
92% Hispanic Population And Yes its MeriKah!

You see them some where on very road down here.
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RE: Roadside Death Shrines
I live in a teeny tiny no stop light town.

Main street aint that long and it has 7 shrines on it!!!

Mostly hispanic. Most drunk driving related.

It does get dangerous when the have their family gatherings at them at holidays and anniversaries. Someones going to get run over and make two shrines!

I dont understand it, I certainly woukdnt want to gather a few times a year at a side of the road!
Our town looks like a damn cemetary!
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