Melrose Cemetery in Brockton

88 N Pearl St Brockton, MA 02301
(508) 580-7833
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to Mr. Mikoyan, "One man's death is a tragedy, a milioln is a statistic". I can't see a shooting war starting unless the Republicans continue sounding like Democrats Lite and lose the congressional elections next year, but there are a fair lot of loonies on the anarchistic fringe who might draw some encouragement from this. In the original sense of the word, as in "to encourage, to make braver". Wrong things in our society, sadly, tend to engender waves of similar actions. Most, if not all, of the school shootings/bombings/whatnot we've had were copycat operations predicated on Columbine and, more particularly, the media's wildly disproportionate and Kumbaya dripping coverage given to sick actions like it. I might start looking at some of the 45 year old Gunshop Commandoes who still live at home with Mom, at least if a few of them start banding together. We had an incident a number of years ago, here in Connecticut. 4 or 5 losers decided they were the local band of the Minutemen, and decided they'd massacre some hippy pacifist types down in the Voluntown woods. One ran out of cookies and finked the operation out to the state P.D., but the boys figured in for a penny, in for a pound, and when to police spotlights came on, they ran for the house, guns blazing. The only casualty was one of the peace/love/dove ladies, injured by a State Police shotgun blast, accidentally fired as the trooper parried a bayonet thrust. They weren't very bright. And, while whacking the occasional Fed would gain the spotlight and give the left more ammunition against all such "conservatives" (read inbread monkeys married to their sisters), a bombing campaign would do a lot more damage, and could spread like wildfire. With Bagdad or Belfast type controls put in place, how much financial damage would be done to our society, how much more government would we have interfering in every aspect of our life? Hell, I'm half suprised the Obamists haven't started blasts around the country all ready, tied to right wing propaganda delivered to a willing media. What a jusification for the 1984 scenario they so obviously desire.

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to Mr. Mikoyan, "One man's death is a tragedy, a milioln is a statistic". I can't see a shooting war starting unless the Republicans continue sounding like Democrats Lite and lose the congressional elections next year, but there are a fair lot of loonies on the anarchistic fringe who might draw some encouragement from this. In the original sense of the word, as in "to encourage, to make braver". Wrong things in our society, sadly, tend to engender waves of similar actions. Most, if not all, of the school shootings/bombings/whatnot we've had were copycat operations predicated on Columbine and, more particularly, the media's wildly disproportionate and Kumbaya dripping coverage given to sick actions like it. I might start looking at some of the 45 year old Gunshop Commandoes who still live at home with Mom, at least if a few of them start banding together. We had an incident a number of years ago, here in Connecticut. 4 or 5 losers decided they were the local band of the Minutemen, and decided they'd massacre some hippy pacifist types down in the Voluntown woods. One ran out of cookies and finked the operation out to the state P.D., but the boys figured in for a penny, in for a pound, and when to police spotlights came on, they ran for the house, guns blazing. The only casualty was one of the peace/love/dove ladies, injured by a State Police shotgun blast, accidentally fired as the trooper parried a bayonet thrust. They weren't very bright. And, while whacking the occasional Fed would gain the spotlight and give the left more ammunition against all such "conservatives" (read inbread monkeys married to their sisters), a bombing campaign would do a lot more damage, and could spread like wildfire. With Bagdad or Belfast type controls put in place, how much financial damage would be done to our society, how much more government would we have interfering in every aspect of our life? Hell, I'm half suprised the Obamists haven't started blasts around the country all ready, tied to right wing propaganda delivered to a willing media. What a jusification for the 1984 scenario they so obviously desire.

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Melrose Cemetery is located 2.32 miles from downtown Brockton, Massachusetts.

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Melrose Cemetery Brockton,Mass.
Melrose Cemetery Brockton Plymouth County Massachusetts, USA: Whittier, Pvt John Wilder 11246931 b. Jun. 17, 1870 d. Feb. 7, 1902: Melrose Cemetery Brockton
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For records contact: Superintendent of Cemeteries, Melrose Cemetery, 88 N. Pearl St., Brockton, MA 02401-1708 508-580-7833. Location: Between Centre St. and Lyman St.
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