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No Guarantees

Posted January 31, 2016 by jim young in Lifestyle

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    That’s exactly what I’ve been thinking all along. The promise to commit to the proper functioning of something seems to be null and void when the thing stops working. Then, if prearrange insurance pays off. But still, it’s, “Sorry your husband died. Here’s the money we said we’d give you since you’ve been paying our insurance premiums for the last twenty years.” It doesn’t get your husband back but it it pays off the wager you had with the insurance company that he would die. I guess that’s another point altogether, really. What we agree on is that nothing is guaranteed to function after it actually dies. And anything can die at any time. If there was to be any honesty in a guarantee it should admit simply that, “We guarantee that this item will work properly until it doesn’t.”

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