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sounds like a lucrative business but probably not wise for a cottage industry.
That would be a disturbing find! Ick!
I've thought about making that kind of donation, but the idea of a bucket puts me right off!
Jan: It is a lucrative business. Body parts, including whole heads, are being transported all over the world for medical seminars in which doctors learn new skills. It happens all the time. Usually the parts are shipped more skillfully.
Brooke: Yes, it was unfortunate for the poor person who found the parts. The proper shipping criteria was flubbed up somehow. Dorie: I agree. If someone donates their body, the least the recipients can do is treat these parts with respect. I wonder how professional some of these organizations really are.Also, I wonder how well Ted Williams' head is being treated at the cryogenic center.
an uncle, years ago, had lambs heads frozen in a freezer in his garage when he had a fire. You should have seen the fire department/cops when they put the fire out and saw what was in the freezer...he was questioned for a while, trust me! My uncle Bluebeard! (Armenian, of course, the head's apparently a delicacy; one lost on ME, I assure you!)
Boy, I'm glad the worker kept his head in such a situation...(*)>
Z: lol. Uncle Bluebeard's freezer. I like lamb, but I draw the line at the heads of any critter. I'm not big on organ meats either.
Z: I meant to say Uncle Bluebeardian's freezer :-)
Birdwoman: Absolutely. This worker will surely get ahead in the corporation.
Well, well, well, well, well...we can learn something new every day.
So, did the detective on the job refer to this as a head case?(*)>
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