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Wills in case they die doing a recreational event/park/adventure
The idea is that if you die like say at Disney World, the person
you appoint should be able to finish out the rest of the day at
disney World at some point in the future.
My reasoning being, you still paid a 65 dollar ticket, if you
have a heat attack at 10 o'clock in the morning the ticket
should still be good and passed on to you next of kin, best
Recreation parks and adventures probably rake in hundreds of
thousands of dollars a year due to unforunate deaths while
someone is using thier service.
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||Oh, I bet you could get a lot more than a ticket extension from the theme park. Just ask the lawyers who show up at the home of the surviving family members the next day.
||Interesting thought. Could this concept also be applied to Bordellos?
||"Pore Unca John had his heart attack when he was with Candy after 10 minutes, miss, and he'd paid for an hour. Me, Ah'm prepared to risk it for the other 50 minutes!"