Lost and Found

Today we are talking about a current event that takes place in Rome, Italy.  Construction workers found a burial ground while they were making a parking lot.  Some people think it is a good idea to study the burial ground so that we can learn more about what happened in a different time period.  Other people believe that it isn’t good for people to dig up graves because these sites need to be respected.

Here’s what we think:

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So what do you think?  Leave us a comment–we’d love to hear from you.

Signed,

Bam Bam, DeeVee and Lady Jamison

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2 Responses to Lost and Found

  1. Rowdy Roddy and Bilbo Baggins says:

    OK Blurbers,
    We have heard your Lost and Found Podcast and here is our response…
    “No,I don’t think we should be digging up gravesites because digging up graves is disrespecting the dead.”
    From Bilbo
    Now to the digital smack to our face you posted on our magnificant “Our Opus” site. We like most of what you do on The Blurb, we are a little confused about what a blurb is, doesn’t it sound a bit like a disease?

  2. Rowdy Roddy and Felix Phiffer McFee says:

    Dearest The Blurb,
    We are back to comment on your interesting question dealing with the Necropolis, bet you don’t know what that word means, so here is FPM to tell you what they think about the burial ground…
    “I think that they shouldn’t dig it up, because if I were dead I wouldn’t want to be disturbed. I also would want to be left in peace to rot away.”
    Please post this right away, unless you’re chicken.
    Fondly,
    Our Opus

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