New company sees “huge opportunity”
October 5, 2007
A Texas man who found out that the bone implanted in his neck to relieve back pain was stolen from a corpse is suing a medical technology company for fraud and negligence. And police have arrested a man in Germany for stealing more than 1 million screws from his employer and selling them on the Internet. The Texas man and the company that had the hardware supplies stolen say they’ve both been screwed and want restitution. But a New Jersey company sees it differently. They say the crimes show how much demand has increased for human body parts and screws and they have plans for cashing in.
Acme Human Parts and Screws was founded last week and immediately formed a venture with the Chinese government to distribute human organs and factory made hardware to buyers in the U.S and Canada. China has developed a reputation for having speedy body part availability ever since they began selling the organs of political prisoners in an effort to eliminate freedom lovers and to generate money for 2008 Beijing Olympic stadiums.
“When you see American morticians stealing body parts from cadavers and selling them to doctors, you know that demand is pretty darn strong,” said Acme CEO Frank Enstien. “And screw sales on the Internet have leapt 45%. Put together a company that can deliver these items fast and cheap to meet the demand and you’ve got a recipe for making big bucks.”
Frank Enstien knows what he’s talking about. His first business success came when he formed a company to sell low cost lead and asbestos based breast implants to Hollywood doctors and starlets. That company was also a venture with the Chinese government and was highly successful until it was discovered that the breasts were causing cancer in mice living within two miles of the user. Enstien thinks the new company can avoid health and legal problems.
“The Chinese have an oversupply of people and screws and there is growing North American demand for elements of both,” said the Acme CEO removing the heart of the guy sitting next to him and storing it in a box of screws. “No one will stop the Chinese from taking their excess people apart and selling them any more than the U.S. can stop them from selling us stuff with lead. I have a plan to sell packaged deals to U.S. and Canadian doctors so they’ll use the screws to attach the body parts. Now we’re talking sales leverage. Is this an exciting opportunity or what!”
Not everyone agrees with Acme or those who want to use Chinese political prisoners’ body parts. “We have enough unwanted children here in the U.S. that we can sell parts from,” said Steve Trombley CEO of U.S. based Planned Parenthood. “If the government and crazy religious people would get off our backs we could expand our operations to harvest and sell these kids parts and start harvesting folks with Alzheimer’s and healthy people with psychological problems, or individuals who simply disagree with me. We don’t need the Chinese help. There are millions of potential American donors walking around all of us.”
In other news, dogs continue to lick their parts and have a few stolen, but don’t trade them for money.
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