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AnnaLinda
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When we leave

   Thread Started September 28 at 11:21PM

Well, I figured out we will all die some day.

Do we have a say on when that day will be?

Has that day already been set?

Where are you going anyway?



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RE: When we leave
Reply on September 28, 2017 11:51 PM

> Well, I figured out we will all die some day.

No doubt about that.

> Do we have a say on when that day will be?

Sure we have a say. Most of us elect not to exercise it.

> Has that day already been set?

If we are on death row, possibly.

Where are you going anyway?

> Not sure - hopefully under a nice rose bush somewhere, or maybe a jar on the mantlepiece? Nah, that would be tacky, I think.



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RE: When we leave
Reply on September 29, 2017 02:26 AM
Yes, the only sure things in life are death and taxes, but at least the reaper man only comes once.

We do have a say, in the sense that we could choose to make an end of it.

I'm hoping to have my ashes put in one of those pod thingies with a seed in it. It would be nice to think my remains might help something grow, since I haven't managed to grow another human.


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RE: When we leave
Reply on September 29, 2017 03:15 AM
I'd like my body converted into a drinking fountain and placed at the entrance to the Nixon Library.

   

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