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In 1935 during the great depression why couldn't a person living in new york city be buried west of the mississippi river?

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    Why would a living person want to be buried anywhere?

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    so u think it is a trick question

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    Yes, definitely. It's an old, old trick question.

    In addition, there's no basis in fact about where a person could be buried during the Great Depression.

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    I suspect there were a lot of dead-beats in NYC in those days.

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