Widow sues church for banning her dead husband's NASCAR tombstone from cemetery.

Widow sues church for banning her dead husband's NASCAR tombstone from cemetery.
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Widow sues church for banning her dead husband's NASCAR tombstone from cemetery.

Now a nice black-and-white silhouette of Andrew Luck's face they might have allowed.

In another sad episode in the long conflict between God and NASCAR, an Indianapolis church did not allow a widow to install the couch-shaped, NASCAR-themed tombstone she had purchased for her husband. The $10,000 headstone featured the NASCAR logo, the Indianapolis Colts' logo and images of a deer and a dog. We think the church's objection is a little absurd, considering the other residents in the graveyard can hardly claim that it offends their senses. Now that we know it’s possible to order a custom tombstone this (incredibly) specific, we’re excited at the prospect of our own gravesite, which will feature a laptop-shaped headstone with the Netflix logo on it. Death isn’t so terrifying if we can finish watching season one of House of Cards in heaven.

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