From: Chris Hibbert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 24 2002 - 00:29:51 MST
Eugene Leitl wrote:
> Chris Hibbert wrote:
> > The other possibility ... is to get the life
> > insurance contract now, and sign up when the technology looks
> > believable to you.
> Yes, assuming Alcor will accept your insurance. If you're in the U.S., you
> should ask them for recommendations. Hopefully, they will stick to the
> list, too.
I feel like I'm missing something. Why do you say "assuming Alcor will
accept"? Is there some question about that? And then "Hopefully, they will
stick to the list." What's up with that? This sounds like you expect some
kind of bait-and-switch from Alcor. Am I mis-reading this or is there an
incident that should be more widely known?
-- Currently reading: Pauline Maier, "American Scripture: Making the Declaration of Independence"; Karen Michalson, "Enemy Glory", Harold McGee, "On Food and Cooking" Chris Hibbert http://discuss.foresight.org/~hibbert email@example.com
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