Re: We're stuck with each other

From: Randy Smith (
Date: Wed Jan 23 2002 - 17:28:40 MST

>From: animated silicon love doll <>
>Subject: Re: We're stuck with each other
>Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 19:44:36 -0700
> >>From: "Harvey Newstrom" <>
> >>Even on this list I would guess that less than half are signed up
> >>for cryonics, less than half practice calorie restriction, less
> >>than half have a consistent nutrient program, and less than half
> >>have regular checkups.
>that reminds me of something i've been wondering - are there any insurance
>that offer specific plans for cryonics? or would i just have to say "i want
>the money when i
>die to go to freezing me."

Check with Rudi Hoffman as per Newstrom....

>granted, right now getting health insurance is a lot more important to
>me.... and getting a
>job is more important than that. if only i had skills (or even knew what
>skills i needed) to
>be hired at something other than a service job that any trained monkey
>could do....

You may want to look into Intellectual Property law, as this is a field that
requires people with good verbal intelligence, and since you are interested
in cryonics, you are almost certainly an avid reader...or you were such at
some point in your life.

Secretaries/paralegal types in IP law make good money, and you may be able
to educate yourself enough to get into the field at a small firm, if you
have a computer and an Internet connection adn a year to educate/train

I'm curious: you appear to be a young female (or so I surmise from your
name, email addy and sig). The number of young females who become
interested in cryonics "on their own" is quite small. Can you tell me
something about yourself and why cryonics/immortalism interests you?

>cheshire morgan. i am not alone
> i am not afraid
> i am not unahppy
> these are the words i say to myself every day
> -vnv nation, fearless.

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