What’s yours is yours (depending on the jurisdiction).

For example, marriage

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2 Responses to What’s yours is yours (depending on the jurisdiction).

  1. Stripe says:

    I’ve been saying for some time that we should consider applying the concept of Eminent Domain to human organs. There are some people who simply will do more public good with a life made possible through the re-appropriation of a vital component than will the original owner. It isn’t something we talk about, but we all know it is true. There are bound to be a few hiccups during the early phases of implementation, but in time, if all goes well, we might see a future made so bright that selectees will step into the organ relocation theater with a swelling sense of civic pride, knowing that their contribution will allow someone else to make the world a better place for those that remain.

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