for bad jokes with this one.
He hopes to form a partnership with Wood and leg.
Somebody is going to have to stump up some readies.
This case doesn't have a leg to stand on.
There's three to be going on with. ;)
Two U.S. men are fighting over an amputated leg that was stowed in a barbecue smoker. One man says he purchased the leg when the smoker was auctioned off by a storage facility in Maiden, North Carolina. The other says the leg was once attached to his body. When doctors amputated John Wood's leg following a 2004 plane crash, The …
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The installation piece "I want to see my mountains" by Joseph Beuys includes a wooden box that contains (unseen) a human bone. You just have to have faith that the bone is in there, but it does change how you see the exhibit. He did that in 1950, he was German, and the good burghers of London paid to see it as recently as two years ago: http://www.tate.org.uk/modern/exhibitions/beuys/room2.shtm
I'm not saying "The Grizzly Smoker" will have the legs to tour the Tate in fifty years, but there is some precedent.
"It's a strange incident and Halloween's just around the corner," Whisnant told The Charlotte Observer. "The price will be going up if I get [a stake in] the leg."
I fail to see why stabbing something through the leg would have increased its value. Is the stake made of platinum or something?
I think i'm correct in saying that mr wood has every right to have his leg returned to him.
I might also note that unless i'm mistaken, it is highly illegal to sell human body parts, therefore the company that liquidated mr Woods stock and sold the leg at auction (even though it's in his barbecue) should be prosecuted for illegal sale of human body parts" It was their responsibility to check the barbecue out 1st before offering it for auction and to remove the body part. therefore they are guilty of selling body parts even if it's out of pure negligence that it happened.. they haven't got a leg to stand on.. lol
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