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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Free Radical, Nov 13, 2010.
First, I just want to tell you that life throws curves.
well with advancements in modern science and my high level of income...sorry i had to quote talladega nights on this one. but seriously, i dont really know. im only 21 now so i try not to think of things like that yet.
Most of my life is behind me.............. No matter if I die tomorrow or 50 years from now.
Timing is everything.... write your last check to your mortician, and make sure it bounces.
I don't care when I die but my POA has explicit instructions to stay with my body until it hits the furnace; people are freaks.
Next year sometime. I always knew I would die at age 56.
If I continue my self-destructive habits (fried food, red meat, tobacco use, etc, etc) I'll be dead or dying at age 60.
I find it easier to believe that my name is written in a big book in the sky with a date and time right next to it and there's nothing I can do to extend that time.
I'd rather spend my time worrying about the important things' like finding a good looking woman with loose moral values who owns a gunpowder and primer factory.
In lieu of that a woman who'll pay for the viagra would suffice.
I'm ready. Is this the back of the line?
I'd be surprised if I make it 70.
I don't care how long I live. I care that I live all of those years in excellent, functional health and mental state, though.
I would have no problem dying tomorrow. I would have a MAJOR problem living for any time as less able than I am now.
I will be killed in approx 16yrs by an emotionally disturbed man with a .380.
...or months, I don't remember now.
I fail to see how mandating that paperwork accompany you would make a difference there ...
This is a question that, i'm guessing, nobody really wants to know the answer to.
I see what you did there.
Well since any time I have left is "short time" I'm going to go with decades (the life support can keep you going that long), 82 or 92, I forget.
An after thought: The longer you live it seems the easier it is to contemplate your demise. It get less frightening.
The family Bible shows for the last three generation: 82-95 years, with reasonably good health.
If I can get my weight back down, I could be on par with the rest of the family elders.
Silly question, but if you're dead, what do you care?