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Topic - Shannon Mullins
Fewer Florida families are entombing their loved ones' bodies underground - opting instead to send the remains into the Gulf of Mexico, shoot them into the sky or wear them in a locket.
On its face, "The Heat" looks like a warmed-over hash of stale movie formulas. While the film is true to the conventions of the odd-couple/buddy-cop comedy, its stars infuse the formula with surprising energy and a surpassing sense of fun.
Certain caskets and burial vaults can keep water out, but only for so long, Mullins said.
Cremation is also a practical option for southwest Florida's seasonal and transplant residents, as cremated remains are cheaper and easier to transport, Mullins said.