墓石に隠された冒とく的な言葉が、このアイオワコミュニティで論争を巻き起こしました

ポーク郡の墓地の墓石に関する愛情のこもったメッセージ, アイオワ, hides a not-so-decent joke in honor of the deceased man’s unique sense of humor. しかし、町の誰もがそれを面白いと思うわけではありません.

Steven Paul Owensheadstone at Warren-Powers Cemetery displays states: “心の中で永遠に, until we meet again, cherished memories, として知られている: our son, 兄, 父親, パパ, uncle, 友達 & cousin.
      But this seemingly normal text is aligned so that the first letter of every sentence spells, “F**k off.
        The message has led to pushback from the Camp Township Trustees who oversee the cemetery. オーエンス’ family says the text is intended to be an ode to his dry humor and sometimes prickly attitude.
          オーエンス, who died on September 2, 2021, でした “very fun-loving guy,” his son Zachary Owens told CNN, though he was alsoeasily riled.
          Daughter Lindsay Owens explained that friends and family members loved to tease her father and get himfired up.And Owens used the swear almost as aterm of endearment,” Lindsay added. “If he didn’t like you, he didn’t talk to you,” 彼女は言いました. “If you got him to tell you to f**k off, it meant he liked you.
          The idea to “ホームレスキャンピングカー” the profanity within a longer message came from a cousin, according to the siblings. “みんな (in the family) was on board,” said Zachary.
          Others in Polk County, しかしながら, haven’t been so enthused.
          A few days before the headstone was to be placed, Camp Township Trustees told them it could not be installed because of the profanity, Lindsay said. The memorial company that produced the headstone installed it anyway on Friday, 五月 27.
          それ以来, the trustees have pushed to remove the headstone, a representative of the Camp Township trustees told CNN. The representative asked not to be named out of concern over potential backlash.
          We do not want it there,” the representative said. “It really needs to be removed.
          Allowing the headstone to remain in place could act as a kind of slippery slope allowing for more hateful messages to be placed in the cemetery, the representative said. “If we allow profanity of that sort in the cemetery, and that’s okay for that, how are we ever gonna draw a line on anything else?”
          The trustees have also received numerous complaints from residents about Owensheadstone, according to the representative. The headstone may be particularly offensive to families whose loved ones are buried nearby and thus can’t avoid Owensheadstone, 彼らは付け加えた.
          People have the right for decency, not just the one family,” said the representative. The townshipjust really has to be mindful of what’s best for the masses.
          The township is in the process of consulting its lawyers to pursue removal of the headstone.
          Both siblings said that the cemetery’s push to remove the headstone ishurtful.
            Our intention was never to offend anyone, これまで,” said Lindsay.
            I would just ask that they let us remember our father in the way we remember him, and not take it personally because it has nothing to do with them,” Zachary added.

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