Thursday, September 16, 2004

Brains

When you make a promise to a person, and that person is asking for that particular promise, it is fine to say you'll do it. But if the person asking for the promise happens to have all kinds of bleeding in the brain and the brain is becoming necrotic, the promise shouldn't stick after the person dies.

If someone makes such a request that would affect someone else's life in a negative way, and the financial well-being of their family, you should take into consideration that the requester was obviously not in his right mind.

2 comments:

rev_mom said...

you mean, like promising to take care of the cat, or Aunt Tudie or like that?

have you not heard of applesauce?

Harrold the Flying Sheep said...

as long as they sign on the will's dotted line, promised them the freakin' moon.