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Honor a deceased discordian?

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Carika:
My brother was vegan, animal lover, dressed as he pleased,  strange to others, secretive, had every color as hair color (even leopard print!) and was a discordian.
He chose to live his life without us, his family. We sadly accepted it, letting him the choice to live his life as he pleased. I hadn't heard from him since 1999. Until this spring when I found out of his death. Last year, October 31st, he drowned in the seas of Papua New Guinea. Now finding out more and more about his life without us, I realized he was a big time hardcore discordian. I mean he had discordian symbols branded and tattooed on his body. He was most probably part of this site but I haven't yet found him here.

The anniversary of his death coming up at the end of the month, I would like to know if anyone had good ideas how to honor him as the discordian that he was.

Thanks

Nephew Twiddleton:
Discordianism varies from individual to individual. Even though you haven't really heard from him in over a decade, you would know better than us how to best honor his memory.

Sorry to hear it.

Mesozoic Mister Nigel:
Perhaps suggestions from random strangers is exactly what he would have wanted, in which case, here's mine:

Go to the park on the anniversary of his death and eat a hot dog in the rain.

Nephew Twiddleton:
You could also make a donation to some vegan organization in his name. Check them out first, I hear PETA's actually kinda shady.

Doktor Howl:
Um, I'm not sure there's any one set Discordian funeral/memorial rite.  In California, I hear they go all out.  Here in Arizona, we just sort of tip them into the Riito river, and wait for the summer rainy season to carry them off.  Or go get smashed in the Meetrack, as was done for Coffee Bean.

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