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by Randy Cassingham

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The Responsibility Shuffle III
Jewelry salesman Scott Bender took a US Airways flight from North Carolina to Birmingham, Ala., and he fell asleep on the way. When he woke up, the plane was empty — the passengers and crew were gone, the lights were off, and the plane was parked. What conclusion would a rational person jump to in such a situation? “He literally woke up and didn’t know if he was alive or dead,” said Bender’s lawyer. Because he had concluded that the plane had crashed and he was dead, Bender is suing U.S. Air for negligence, saying he suffered mental and emotional anguish. (Birmingham News) ...He can’t be all that upset — he hasn’t lost any sleep over it.
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