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Robert Briggs October 15th 03 05:51 PM

Figuring souls on board
 
G.R. Patterson III wrote:
Bill Denton wrote:

Supposedly, on some occasions, unnecessary, and dangerous search and
rescue work was done in an attempt to recover the body of someone
already dead at the time of the crash.


I would think that would have exactly the opposite effect. I would hate
to have someone burn to death in a crash because the rescue people found
a cadaver and thought they had accounted for all the occupants.


This highlights one very good reason why, contrary to Dean's response,
you *should* include lawyers ...

G.R. Patterson III October 15th 03 08:34 PM



Robert Briggs wrote:

This highlights one very good reason why, contrary to Dean's response,
you *should* include lawyers ...


Yeah. You can't tell the difference between most lawyers and real people. I
guess that's because most lawyers *are* real people.

George Patterson
A woman's perfect breakfast occurs when she's sitting at the table sipping
gourmet coffee while looking at pictures of her son on the cover of Sports
Illustrated, her daughter on the cover of Business Week, her boyfriend on
the cover of Playgirl, and her husband on the back of the milk carton.


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