all the graves of everyone else who died or is dying?
Let's say that there are 8,000 deaths related to an anticoagulant drug. How different would it be, if from the top down, the management of that death corporation had to dig every single one of those graves, by hand with a shovel.
That is how I think.
Either you dig that grave hole or we dig one instead and you get in it!
Why did I write this? I just saw an internet add for Burial Insurance.
Perhaps instead of creating poisons that kill people they need a life reassignment to carpentry?
And they are such great speakers and salesmen aren't they? What great Funeral services and eulogies they could create.
We wouldn't need burial insurance after that would we.
Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 08 06 2015 at: www.themilwaukeeandwisconsinnews.blogspot.com