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Bring out yer dead cried the cartmaster ringing a bell as he walked through the streets Heres one said a man who walked up to the cart carrying what appeared to be a dead body Nine pence demanded the cartmaster Im not dead spoke the body What inquired the cartmaster Nothing the man said heres your nine pence He proceeded to try to put the body on the cart Im not dead the body said again Ere the cartmaster said he says hes not dead Arguing with the cartmaster and the dead body the man tried to convince the two he was dead Oh I cant take him like that the cartmaster protested Its against regulations I dont want to go on the cart the dead man proclaimed Oh dont be such a baby the man said trying to convince him Within a matter of seconds the cartmaster and the man devised a solution to their problem and fixed things to where the dead man lived up to his name In a morbid way Monty Python and the Holy Grail depicts a form of euthanasia as a satire In the medieval times caring for the chronically ill and the seriously diseased was not only a hard task to take on but also a time-taking burden taken up by those who could tend to it There were poor living conditions making it almost impossible to improve any declined health states at all In contrast todays technology and advancement in the medical sciences has brought many cures and solutions to many problems that were thought to be incurable as little as a hundred years ago Although the improvements of todays medical practices benefit many it complicates certain matters that handle the decision of either prolonging a persons life no matter what his or her conditions may be or to end that life out of an act of compassion and mercy11 Not to say that civilization would be
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