Thoughts of an evil genius. Well, evil anyway.
Come on, Gordon, use your immagination. If Dan Brown has taught us anything, it's that people who are murdered have more than enough time to scoop up the blood gushing from their bodies and scrawl any/all relevent information/goodbyes on a conveniently placed picture frame. Never mind that I have trouble enough with legibility when I'm messing around with an inkwell. And not that pencil & paper aren't useful for other things, of course.
my only memory of succession law is the dying farmer who tried to scrawl a will in the muddy wheel arch of the tractor that had rolled onto himthe case involved what weight you could give to a statement that wasn't properly witnessedpencil & paper would be safer
Mud...blood...both brilliant ideas, folks. I might leave the pencil at home next time. But what if it's just for a shopping list?
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