From: Mike Lorrey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jan 13 2002 - 09:34:45 MST
Chris Hibbert wrote:
> Spike Jones wrote:
> > This offers an foresight to when we start to cure aging. There
> > will likely be many who will object, "what if we lose aging?"
> Remember that aging is a phase of life. The hard part is that most people
> learn to think of it as the last phase, but practically everyone remembers
> when that wasn't "who they were", so they have a mental model of changing
> which stage of life they're in. I think it'll be easier than it is for the
"Aging" is only wonderful to those who haven't gotten there yet. As my
89 year old grandmother (dad's mom) said when she visited my
semi-comatose, mumbling, bedridden 86 year old late-Alzheimers-stage
grandfather (mom's dad): "If I ever get like that, take me out behind
the barn and shoot me!"
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