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    I havn't laughed this much in a good while.

    I played this morning for yet another funeral and checking my email when I got home a friend (who knew where I was) had sent me this link.

    Go down and click on the funeral from hell link.

    http://go.to/quarmby

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    And here I thought I had seen them all after 47 years on the bench ... apparently not. Thanks for sharing this with us, NEB ... I needed a good laugh today
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    That is hilARious ... I must ask Mark about it next time I see him at the Cathedral ... he's a wonderful organist, by the way.

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    I checked out the link a little while ago -- side-splitting! I'll pass it along to some friends who I know will appreciate it.

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    I see Mark is still getting the good gigs! What a tale.
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