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5 "Death" Questions
« on: April 21, 2018, 06:07:46 am »
For all you new people.....there are no right or wrong answers......

Once a few people answer, I will too.

1. Would you consider donating an organ to someone who needs it, or your body to science upon your death?

2. In your opinion, what would be the worst possible way to die?

3. Do you have a bucketlist? Care to share anything on it?

4. Is there anything in your life worth dying for?

5. Why do some cultures mourn death and others celebrate it?
Some people look at things and wonder, why. I look at things that aren't there and wonder, why not?

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Re: 5 "Death" Questions
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2018, 06:45:34 am »
1. I would definitely do that organ donating, but Iíve never really thought about the science part
2. Maybe being slowly squashed? like, youíd feel all the pain etc
3. I donít really have a bucket list but I mean I would love to go visit America one day
4. Iíd definitely die for my brother and some of my friends
5. Some think of it as someone who has lived a good life etc and some consider it to be the end of them which is painful to accept

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Re: 5 "Death" Questions
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2018, 07:20:58 am »
1. yes to both, im already a registered donor back in my home country
2. drowning or torture by some psychopath
3. travel mostly (vietnam, thailand, america and some more)
4. hmmmmmm...
5. some see it as the end while some see it as the next step in "life" (or they believe in incarnation and thus dont think that life ended)

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Re: 5 "Death" Questions
« Reply #3 on: April 21, 2018, 10:03:51 am »
1. I'm a registered donor and had it not been because my family is religious and I knew it would kill them to not be able to bury me, I would donate my body to science too. But my family's comfort comes first.

2. I have a real fear of being stabbed to death, even though that isn't particularly "horrible". Other than that, I would probably say death by waterboarding. That is the most horrible torture I can imagine.

3. Sure do. I'm actually going to cross off one of the things here in two weeks, when I go to America for the first time. Always dreamed of doing that. Other than that there's stuff like having a kid and being healthy enough to actually work on it. Plus of course getting my books published and actually having people read them.

4. Absolutely. I don't make friends easily and if I consider someone my friend, it means they're family to me. And I would die to protect my family.

5. I think what does it is differences in perspective, and therefore of religion. Your view of the world is shaped by the world you grow up in, and if the world you grow up in honor death instead of fear it, death becomes something to celebrate I would think. But honestly, I don't know nearly enough about the subject to really offer any true insight into it - not without sounding like a fool anyways xD
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Re: 5 "Death" Questions
« Reply #4 on: April 21, 2018, 12:07:03 pm »
1. Would you consider donating an organ to someone who needs it, or your body to science upon your death?
Yes, I'm also a registered donor, and have told my wife that I would welcome my body being used for science.

2. In your opinion, what would be the worst possible way to die?
Cancer, enough said.

3. Do you have a bucketlist? Care to share anything on it?
I'd like to travel a lot, and it would be pretty cool to watch a game at Wrigley one day.

4. Is there anything in your life worth dying for?
My wife, that's about it.

5. Why do some cultures mourn death and others celebrate it?
I only have experience with mourning death, so it's all I understand. I think it's great that some people have the mindset that allows them to celebrate the loss of another, but I don't have that kind of strength.
Some people look at things and wonder, why. I look at things that aren't there and wonder, why not?

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Re: 5 "Death" Questions
« Reply #5 on: April 21, 2018, 05:23:43 pm »
1. Would you consider donating an organ to someone who needs it, or your body to science upon your death?
Yeah, I don't need them any more. I'm on the organ donor register.

Here is a relevant cartoon.


2. In your opinion, what would be the worst possible way to die?
Buried alive/tortured to death.

3. Do you have a bucketlist? Care to share anything on it?
Nope, I'm a boring ****.

4. Is there anything in your life worth dying for?
Nope. I would say my girlfriend, but I wouldn't want her to have to live without me. Death is only sad for those left behind, if you're dead, you can't be sad!

5. Why do some cultures mourn death and others celebrate it?
I guess some cultures get annoyed about losing their items and xp, however some people see number of deaths as a badge of honour.
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Re: 5 "Death" Questions
« Reply #6 on: April 21, 2018, 06:19:32 pm »
5. Why do some cultures mourn death and others celebrate it?
I guess some cultures get annoyed about losing their items and xp, however some people see number of deaths as a badge of honour.

lol ya!

My deaths are a badge of honor!
Some people look at things and wonder, why. I look at things that aren't there and wonder, why not?

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Re: 5 "Death" Questions
« Reply #7 on: April 22, 2018, 12:28:03 am »
1. Would you consider donating an organ to someone who needs it, or your body to science upon your death?
I would if I was the only option, dont hate me for that, I'm a really weak person and for a little tiny thing I suffer a lot, so I'm a bit selfish about this. (organs)
2. In your opinion, what would be the worst possible way to die?
Falling or drowning.
3. Do you have a bucketlist? Care to share anything on it?
Well I wanna go to Japan with Hyai and I would love to live there, I never travelled out of Portugal so yeah I would love to. I also want a Grace Neutral tattoo. (DONT COME AT ME CUS IM TALKING A LOT ABOUT HYAI OK)
4. Is there anything in your life worth dying for?
Hyai, oh cmon dont call me dumb for it.
5. Why do some cultures mourn death and others celebrate it?
Probably some cultures celebrate death of others 'cus they might think its rude to be sad about it, some cultures also think that life after death exists and some think that a group of big titty girls are waiting for you after death right (lol).