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11 March 2009

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Kasey

I know this seems silly in the context of the weirdness of the story, but their could not have been consideration even if blood were a peppercorn plus one. The person who gave the blood also gave the promise. Maybe it would have worked if Mr. Son wrote the contract in Mr. Kim's blood.

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