So I was sitting in an airport lounge recently, eating salad and drinking wine and listening to the two doctors seated behind me talk about how many cadavers each of their students would need for their coming demonstrations. It's a question I've asked myself many times. People often wonder if there will be enough cadavers to go around for things like arts and crafts projects, science experiments and things of that nature.And how, by the way, does one go about obtaining a cadaver when you really need it? I would have asked the doctors but my mouth was full of salad. This is what I like about travel. You are thrown together with all sorts of folks from all over the place and for a few hours you share air, space, germs, conversation and fate/Kathy Hedberg, Lewiston Tribune. More here.
Question: Do you talk much with other passengers on a plane ride?