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    Sorry guys, I've died.

    I got trapped in a dishwasher, and slowly dishwashed to death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erm View Post
    Sorry guys, I've died.

    I got trapped in a dishwasher, and slowly dishwashed to death.
    Finally, proof that there is internet after death.
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    o.O I was just thinking about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    Typ0C is hell. We're all already dead.
    I'm going with this one for the win.
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    The price you pay for anonymity and responsibility-free disposable 'friendships'.


    If anyone dies we'll all just assume they found something more fun to do with their time, and resent them for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    o.O I was just thinking about this.
    This thread was inspired by the banning of members, which looks like death, but gets treated better than death simply because we don't know about the people that die on here. Does this mean that when someone dies irl, we'll subconsciously treat it like a banning? ...and then it'll hit you really hard when you realize that they're not really going to a better place... they're just going to the internet with all of you other typoc members!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by King-Of-Despair View Post
    Maybe we should just assume that anyone who stops posting has died, and the postulate how they could have died and whack some sort of tribute into this thread...
    Okay, stop posting.
    Then we can talk about you.

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    Didn't Sartre say, "L'enfer, c'est les INTPs?" I often wonder about this topic, too. I would want people here to know if I were gone, but I am somewhat secretive about my posting history from people IRL. Not that I feel like a dork or whatever, but it would be complicated for me, I think.
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    I thought about this just yesterday and came to the conclusion that it wouldn't matter.

    I certainly wouldn't want any forum members who know me irl to post any identifying things about me here. But then again, I'd be dead.

    And if one of you guys died, well, that's how it goes.

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    I just sort of assume everyone is already dead. I get very depressed. But, then when I see a post from someone I like, I get very happy because they are alive after all! But then I start thinking they are dead again.

    This seems like the only rational way to handle this topic.

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