Thursday, August 03, 2006

Protecting Insured Property

An insurance company determined that its client's display of collectibles was "so valuable that the insurers had insisted on a guard dog to protect the premises at night." The collectibles under guard? Valuable teddy bears. Apparently the person who made that call has never heard of a chew toy.

1 comment:

  1. . . . and it would appear never visited the museum. It is hard to believe that anyone would turn dogs loose in a museum when there was nothing between the exhibits and the dogs except air . . . oh wait, I guess the museum did that too . . . CWD


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