I was just thinking about bone-in pork chops (I love pork chops, since I was allergic to everything but pork I ate well). Those saws which cut through bone and meat at meat processing plants (or even the grocery store) must be incredibly sharp and strong.
I'd be willing to bet they don't really encounter nay resistance cutting through a cow bone, and since cows are so big, they must have strong bones, right?
That got me pondering. . . If you worked in a meat processing plant would it be easy to dispose of a body? Seriously, just do the deed then throw him (or her) under the saw a few times and it's be easy to scatter the evidence, right?
But you can't help but wonder. . . What if?
All I know is that I'll be respecting my grocery store butcher more now.