Oh for fucks sakes. Who among us has not lost a few body parts along the way? By the time they demolish the motorway bridge we will be long dead so they can dig us up and put our rotting corpses in the dock if it will make them happy. Our rotting corpses will still claim we was somewhere else and we got witnesses.
its blindingly obvious to me what is going on here.
You know when you are handing the GPMG in to the armoury, and the thought first enters your head, 'I wonder if i could build my own out of spare parts?'...
It's a really touchy subject and I can understand people getting upset on the face of it. It's not at all as simple as that though. Bit's and pieces don't always get to where they should do for a number of reasons. Way back in the 1970's, a mate and myself washed what was left of another mates brains down a drain. What would be expected nowdays. Pick every last bit up and bag it? I have difficulty thinking of us being on our knees trying to scrape the stuff up. A few years later, several greenjobs including a couple of friends were blown sky high and a lot of them were left in the fields because it's just impossible to find everything.
If you go to a morticians theatre, you will see the table with the plughole in it. All sorts of stuff gets washed down there. Some of the stuff that they do to dead bodies if it came to light would probably turn the average persons stomache but the fact is, most relatives want to see their loved one as near as possible as they were alive. It's going to be their last memory of them for the rest of their lives.
The staff at this facility in America do a difficult job. It's actually a task that I would not fancy having to do dealing with this large number of dead bodies coming through, many of them with horrific injuries. Working in that environment, I would imagine there is some occasional counselling needed there to keep peoples sense of perspective that the world is not just about the dead.