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The Crash of the F-227 “With a deafening roar, the right wing sheared off as it hit the side of the mountain. The wing whipped over the plane and knocked off the tail. The steward, the navigator, and three of the rugby players still strapped in their seats were blown out the gaping hole. Then the left wing broke off and, like a toboggan going 200 miles an hour, the fuselage slid on its belly into a steep, snow-covered valley.”
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Justifications for Cannibalism “They are no more human beings than the dead flesh of the cattle we eat at home.” “We have a duty to survive. If we don’t eat the bodies, it is a sin. We must do this not just for our own sakes but also for our families.” “God wants us to survive, and He has provided these bodies so we can live.” “If I die, I want you to eat my body. I want you to use it. If you don’t, I’ll come back and give you a swift kick in the butt.”
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Deciding to go First “Canessa decided that he would have to be the first. Going outside, he picked up a sliver
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