Well, I think that's a very personal decision. Thing is, I think we
should have a right to MAKE that decision. Some folks don't think we do.
The only thing I have to say about that is that I will make damned sure I
do it thoroughly, and then, well, they can press charges against me after
I'm gone. (:
On Tue, 20 Feb 2001, Tom WSMF wrote:
> On Tue, 20 Feb 2001 email@example.com wrote:
> --]LOL, Tom! Seriously, When I think about the idea of death being wrong, it
> --]seems really bizarre. Why the hell would I want to stay here longer than is
> --]necessary or comfortable?
> WEll thats the thing then. DO you get to say when you check out, or is
> that something you have to leave up to the great and alnighty granbd
> poobah of the unkown?
> "oh yea, live goes on, long after the thrill of living is gone" JCM
> Depends on your mental strokings. Your milage WILL vary.
> For myself, I'd love to live forever, or die trying. BUt if things get bad
> and im dragging those around me down..I try to think I wont be a selfish
> bastard and hang on for them (and me) to suffer out of some belife that I
> will be damned for th action or that there is a DUty to a Higher Power.
> Thats just me though, hopefully fork will be around in some form for me to
> muse on when im old and dying. Yall could remind me of this thread then:)-
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