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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    Under the right conditions, absolutely. There is so much to learn, explore, create...I think the possibilities are infinite.
    Actually, I very much agree with this. Dealing with the loss would be hard though.

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    No.

    Eighty to eighty five years is good enough for me.

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    I would. It appears that the universe is infinite and I would like to have the chance to explore all those infinite possibilites.

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    I don't want to live forever...
    Im stuck with wanting to live for either 80-100 years or 800-1000 years.

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    Yes, yes I would, could you imagine how many lives I could save if couldn't die? yes I know my life would suck blah blah blah, but it would be like a super hero! You could do so much with your life. Jeez way to be selfish guys... JK
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    I couldn't deal with losing the people I loved, one after another.

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    No. This place is overrated and the only thing that makes it bearable is that I have people here that I love. Watching them die one by one, knowing that everyone I became attached to would die while I lived on, sounds pretty hellish to me.
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    Yes. The opportunity to experience everything sounds appealing. To have or not to have the option for suicide doesn't bother me, either way is fine. And what's up with being all boohoo about people dying? People die all the time, that's life. I seriously hope that I'd have the ability to grow back limbs and stuff, I could go extreme but living forever with half of my body amputated, well yeah, where's the fun in that. Well, there'd be bionics...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    Yes. The opportunity to experience everything sounds appealing. To have or not to have the option for suicide doesn't bother me, either way is fine. And what's up with being all boohoo about people dying? People die all the time, that's life. I seriously hope that I'd have the ability to grow back limbs and stuff, I could go extreme but living forever with half of my body amputated, well yeah, where's the fun in that. Well, there'd be bionics...
    I feel the same way, I totally agree with you, it's like you took the words right out of my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    Actually, I very much agree with this. Dealing with the loss would be hard though.
    The right conditions wouldn't include that loss.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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