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I don't know, of course, but it seems to me that everyone whose business depends heavily on the output of a performer has to have some kind of monster insurance policy to pay them if their client meets an untimely end. One might think BB's end was not untimely, his age and all, but he was still performing and so being poisoned to death would qualify him as an untimely-demised client and the insurance would have to be paid.

This is why you might want to try to take Randy Quaid seriously. This is why you might want to find pity in your heart for rock stars who, against sense, keep booking fantastically lucrative concerts. A Lister movie stars who don't seem to care how wrong they've become for romantic leads. "Has beens" who just never bothered to mention they weren't taking offers for work anymore.

No. I insist you at least give this one serious consideration.

always and any time....