Lindsey Stone, Plymouth Woman, Takes Photo At Arlington National Cemetery, Causes Fury On Facebook A woman working for a non profit organization called LIFE on a working outing, with 40 of their residents takes this picture: and posted it on Facebook. The result was a feeding Frenzy. Do you think she should be fired? I do, and here's why. She works for a non profit organization for the developmentally disabled. Many of them can't speak for themselves, and tell anyone what is happening around them and can't really protect themselves. Anyone with this bad judgement shouldn't be in charge of people who can't fight back. Imagine how many of those 40 residents may have family members in the military and what that does to them, even if they can't tell anyone? What if some of these residents had relatives buried there? Isn't that rather insensitive to them? They may not be able to tell her and her photographer "Hey, my brother is buried there" It took me three times seeing the picture before I got the joke. I doubt many of the 40 residents they took on that outing got it at all. No, someone with her lack of judgement shouldn't ever be put in charge of people who can't defend themselves. Then again, I have a special needs child in the same kind of living situation as LIFE. My father is buried in the military cemetery closest to here. My son loved his grandfather. He can barely tell you his name, he certainly can't say "Hey, have some respect, that's my grandfather buried there!" Things like this hit close to home for me.