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Fame

Death-styles of the rich and famous! There are mortuaries everywhere there is death, and no matter how much Botox and silicon Hollywood may have, they too have mortuaries. Google Forever Hollywood and start aiming high. Don’t care about celebrity status? Good for you - the longer you work at your funeral home, the more you will become personally requested. You will find your fame in the form of repeat families and you’ll start hearing yourself say things like, “I hope you never have to see me again, except maybe at the donut shop.” Families will appreciate what you have done for them so much that you will start receiving invites to dinners, holidays, and baseball games. Folks will drop by just to say hello and sometimes with a bottle of great wine in hand. Remember that stack of letters mentioned earlier? Hang on to them and watch the stack pile up.

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