April 18, 2006

How will you die?

Seriously. Given any thought to how you're going to die?

Most of us are probably going to live for ever, of course. For the rest of you, are you going to make a fight of it and only go out after hitting the leading edge of medical science and engineering or will you just be asking for as much morphine as the NHS can afford and go quietly?

And then there's the afterlife to consider: eternity, let's face it, is a heck of a long time…


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  1. I'm going to live until I'm 86, as I was born in'86, and there's a nice symmetry in that. This means of course that I'l be struggling to stay alive until then and rushing to die before I hit 87 and ruin all my hard work of living.

    18 Apr 2006, 15:39


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