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2-28 Tommy, What Up with That

Feb 28, 2014|

Tommy talks to Byron Porter, the co-owner of Porter and Sons Funeral Home in Mississippi, about a surprise they got from someone who had been declared dead

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Automatically Generated Transcript (may not be 100% accurate)

Okay. One look at. On top of that lineup and the ability. The big blunt bluntly again trying to put a plug ugly and. Somebody tell -- it was -- I dumb this is our guest here and we wanna be very respectful of of the the person's family here but our guest is Byron quarter. Co owner of Porter and son's funeral home and mr. Porter appreciate you taking the time good morning. -- -- Explain for -- if you will I guess you're in Lexington Mississippi on Yancy street. What exactly happened and had you ever seen anything like this before. -- -- We'd. When activists. -- -- own. About that they're just so we used to -- -- and make no mistake. And we you. After he looked out. And now the that we you know. Back to the trio. It happened coming back get back -- real -- solidarity with the -- -- are we import about what was court. And we have created it to baby -- If I understand. Perhaps make note that he had a phobia. Pocket -- -- couple weeks ago in the have diplomatic. So we have given it in -- -- and now that these vehemently with Pekingese and culminated taught to you know to -- at all in. Have to and after we -- -- and it made it that would indicate that we get people call the and to the company's policy. On that it -- that. Ian thank god the man still alive I don't know how far along you were in the procedure here -- known to be indelicate but. Were you looking at him when this movement started I started or was he covered up. Yep we uncovered in you know in one week. Depicted it that he would -- -- Have you ever seen anything like this before. And I got to ask what was your reaction -- because. You had hit it under and you know. Yeah I have no idea that it had been they. We look -- have to -- -- about it -- with intimate baby if so what are if it was it was not. Scary at all. Mr. -- I tell you I admire you for what you do when you business because it's a very needed thing in in society black ages freaks me -- items are in a god bless you for what you do and I am Italian. If that it happened to me. That you put it on the decidedly. No miles they sell I think got a -- around Arizona now still running thank you have a great day are right thank you sir. Okay. Lineup one up -- down. I'm not -- -- you can't do CNN cure was very scary for the families use. Mr. Williams. But I am Italian and I would be an ad business that happened to me I'd be fine is something else do will be back and -- have you.

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