Well, here's some weird news for you.  Of all the things to be rescued from the Hudson River, I'd say something worth $127,000 is worth it.  And if it's something that can help you walk and function daily?  Definitely worth it.  As reported by News Channel 13, someone lost their $127,000 prosthetic leg in the Hudson River, and the Corinth Volunteer Fire Department had to help retrieve it.  Now, this was no easy task, and according to News Channel 13 it took a few days and the help of local dive teams to finally find the leg, which was returned to the owner.  I mean, I can completely understand this, even though it took days and multiple volunteer teams.  Weird news, yes.  But understandable, absolutely.  Prosthetic limbs are not cheap, and obviously a necessity for some people.  Great to see the volunteer fire department and local support help out with something like this!  My only concern is what else they may have found or seen on the bottom of the Hudson River while searching...