posted on Feb, 16 2013 @ 10:14 AM
reply to post by kaidec
Let me guess. You watched the video and then posted without reading any of the more rational responses.
The video is a big bunch of fail.
Both people in the video keep talking about the nine month contract. Yet anyone with half a brain can see from the dates that the contract is for
some 34 months
The two of them comment on the numbers next to the list of communities yet can't figure out what the numbers mean. Once again, if they had read the
contract proposal summary, they would have seen that it was the number of times the coroner had requested the service in each community.
The BC Coroners Service is NOT
looking for storage in a lot of towns. It is looking for companies, such as funeral homes, to transport bodies
from the location where the person(s) died to the morgue, normally located at the nearest hospital.
I hope for his employer's sake that "X" does a better job of reading contracts proposals that his employer might want to bid for.