From: Mike Lorrey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 24 2002 - 09:25:58 MST
Harvey Newstrom wrote:
> Mike Lorrey wrote,
> > I'd rather blow my life
> > savings on a full body suspension job than spend the same amount on
> > geriatric care in my last years.
> Ah! I didn't make this clear. I've already done this. I purchased
> whole-life insurance to cover full-body suspension in the late '80s. I even
> funded an extra 50% as a donation to Alcor to make sure any unexpected
> expenses are covered. I agree with you that this should be the first
> priority for long-term survival. When I talked about delaying death, I
> really meant delaying deanimation.
The problem being that its the last few years of delayed death that
impose the most mental destruction on the brain. I'd rather get pickled
while my noggin is still at at least 90%+ of capacity. Delaying things
with geriatric care is like continuing to drive a car down the highway
with a blown rod and transaxle and expecting to get to the garage in
repairable condition. Once the damage starts, prepetuating things only
increases the damage, it's time to pull over and call for AAA.
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