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    There are exactly three people on the planet I wouldn't hesitate to sacrifice my life for and they all have my mitochondrial DNA. The rest of the human race can...well you know me well enough to know how that sentence will end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juggernaut View Post
    There are exactly three people on the planet I wouldn't hesitate to sacrifice my life for and they all have my mitochondrial DNA. The rest of the human race can...well you know me well enough to know how that sentence will end.
    those of us that should survive would survive anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade Wilson View Post
    Being tortured in the middle ages.

    Death seems like a really awesome idea.
    I second this.
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    I think the only thing worse than dying, for me, would be if I lived because someone else died due to my selfish actions somehow. I'm not sure how to elaborate on it besides that.

    I'm totally with the people saying that death = #1 bad thing. Surviving is the key to changing your life. It's pretty essential.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    I think the only thing worse than dying, for me, would be if I lived because someone else died due to my selfish actions somehow. I'm not sure how to elaborate on it besides that.

    I'm totally with the people saying that death = #1 bad thing. Surviving is the key to changing your life. It's pretty essential.
    Living with unbearable regret?

    Unbearable obviously being subjective. Personally, I don't think I have that. As long as my actions were of honest intentions, which is something I strive to the best of my capabilities. I will not regret anything, regardless of the outcome.
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    ^ I have unbearable regrets now.. but if I did have a regret too heavy on my mind, I'd go out ala 7 pounds style.
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    Why is there a presupposition that death is something bad? I'll humor you, though. I think pain is worse. At least from a biological perspective, pain is a feast for your nervous system, and it doesn't even feel any good. You don't need to worry about any of that once you die.
    Not really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadir View Post
    Why is there a presupposition that death is soemthing bad? I'll humor you, though. I think pain is worse. At least from a biological perspective, pain is a biological feast for your nervous system, and it doesn't even feel any good. You don't need to worry about any of that once you die.
    Why is there a presupposition that death is not something bad?
    I personally see pain as living. A good thing. Something we learn from, something our conscious expands on. Something that ultimatly makes us who we are.

    But hey, I respect your philosophical views, all I ask is the same respect in return for mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Why is there a presupposition that death is not something bad?
    I personally see pain as living. A good thing. Something we learn from, something our conscious expands on. Something that ultimatly makes us who we are.

    But hey, I respect your philosophical views, all I ask is the same respect in return for mine.
    I was responding to Uberfuhrer's original post. I'm hoping that you're not implying I'm not respecting your views, given that I haven't read about them until now. In any case, I'd venture to say that asking "Why?" in response to a view is a statement of respect in itself.
    Not really.

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    The 'I'll humor you though' gave me the feeling it was a somewhat negative response to the view that death is the worst thing there is, given the fact it followed the question that directly challenges that view. (It felt condenscending specifically towards a particular view, rather than an explanation of ones own individual view.)

    Just a misunderstanding then. x)
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