The way things work with web pages and web forums today, it's too easy for one of these "communities" to yank up this photo, put it out of context, put it on a "silly gravestone" collection or otherwise dehumanize and detract from what's really going on here: a family trying to make sense of the loss of their son by etching into his gravestone the things that defined him as a person up to that point. His drums, his portrait, his computer project that must have been endless hours of intensity and fun for him.
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