“Nobody likes dust on a vinyl record right? The skipping, the popping, the scratching, etc. Well, what about dust in a vinyl record? Get ready for this. Andvinyly, a UK-based outfit, has this offer: after you die, you can have some of your cremated ashes pressed into a vinyl record. (A tagline on their website says, “Pressed for Time.”) There are many different packages available. You can choose your own music, or none at all. You could even put the audio from your very best Powerpoint presentation. Think of the possibilities! Anyway, after the screw-in coffin post a while back, the Great Beyond has been on my mind, I guess. That, and I’m a sucker for vinyl.”
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