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we're all going to die.

well? its true you know.
Permalink Jesus H Christ 
January 2nd, 2006
"In the Tibetan philosophy, Sylvia Plath sense of the word. I know we're all dying. But you're not dying the way Chloe back there is dying."
Permalink The first rule of Fight Club... 
January 2nd, 2006
Well, it's a good thing to face that and accept it without attaching notions of an afterlife or other religious beliefs.

Make the most of the life ya got, and have a truly Happy New Year.
Permalink Blue Lou Boyle 
January 2nd, 2006
KP karked it recently. This is a reasonable precis containing his summation of an earlier sneak preview

http://www.boston.com/news/globe/obituaries/articles/2005/12/30/kerry_packer_at_68_was_australias_wealthiest_man/
Permalink trollop 
January 2nd, 2006
Well, I could become a solipsist and in that sense the world will die, but I will go on living (in a transcendental environment which I have no recollection of right now, for the purposes of the game).

I'll probably get bored and invent another universe quite soon though.
Permalink Flasher T 
January 2nd, 2006
Jesus may you could give tips on coming back?
Permalink Dan 
January 2nd, 2006
OP, atleast you have got JESUS to die for your sins. What about poor me? Being a hindu, nobody is ready to die for my sins. huh :(
Permalink Another poster... 
January 2nd, 2006
I plan on living forever. So far, so good.
Permalink example 
January 2nd, 2006
Death is progress. If old farts harboring prejudices did not die, then progress would stop. Thank God for death.

Also, life is vain enough in its finite form. Can you imagine a Donald Trump that could live forever? Once again, death begats progress.

+1 for Malignant Design.

Ecclesiastes, the whole book.

JHC can point out the finer nuances for us at his convenience.
Permalink hoser 
January 2nd, 2006

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