Sunday, June 07, 2015

a superstitious lot

"...Car buyers beware: that bargain buy could be harbouring a dark secret
Motors involved in some of the country's most gruesome crimes are being sold for knockdown prices - and legal experts say there's no obligation for sellers to warn buyers...

...police spokeswoman Jillian Reid said property containing blood or hazardous materials would usually be cleaned by police before being returned.
Often, though, if the crime is particularly gruesome, family members may prefer to have the vehicle destroyed, which is usually organised with the help of police...."

The bit that amuses me is that nobody will say anything about people destroying property because something bad happened in it.

Yet if you had a priest bless the same property, you would be openly mocked for being superstitious...