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Ahh, I see what your getting at now I think. No, I can't argue with that logic. As painful as it is for me to think of humans as expendable. It's the very nature of insurance, I think. To make the loss of someone or something all the more... affordable, and there for bearable in some respects. Looked at in this way, I see your point, and damn you for making it.
Originally posted by OmegaLogos
reply to post by MarioOnTheFly
Thanks for your query.
Nobody is saying it ... yet!
Personal Disclosure: I am asking, not saying, is the logic proposed in this threads title irrefutable?
Originally posted by MarioOnTheFly
reply to post by Inquisitive1
but the word used is "expendable", and it does not fit in the logic the OP tried to convey. Something expendable is something which you have no use for...something which you wouldn't mind losing.
In my head if one is insured, then yes they ARE expendable ... immediatey so. The insurance covers their loss and therefor there IS NO LOSS.