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victor



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Take a look at this.

I don't want any funeral at all. Don't waste resources on a dead body! Cool

And you?
Post 20 Mar 2008, 13:57
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I don't plan on dying so I guess I won't be needing a funeral. Ever see the movie "Highlander"? Laughing
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revolution:
we are destined to fight and cut the head.

Smile
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edfed wrote:
revolution:
we are destined to fight and cut the head.
I'm more of a traditionalist, I prefer the 'dinosaur bone to the back of the head' fights like I had in my youth. I miss those good old days of playing "chicken" with a t-rex.
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Post 20 Mar 2008, 17:12
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for me, it is the present, i live in the "garigue" of marseille.
and if you win (bone in the head me) and my body don't desintagrate, i want to be buried stand up in the floor, to take care of my humanity, and for fun.
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revolution wrote:
Ever seen the movie "Highlander"?
That's a 1986 film! Refer to this. Hehe, revolution, you're definitely not a teenage girl! Laughing
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victor wrote:
Refer to this. Hehe, revolution, you're definitely not a teenage girl!
Have you never heard of DVD's? Have you never watched a film made before you were born? Have you never read a book written before you were alive? Hehe, proves nothing Laughing
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I prefer being burnt and ashes used to fertilize soil: at least I am good for something. Yeah, and without any rites, of course
Post 21 Mar 2008, 10:18
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revolution wrote:
...I miss those good old days of playing "chicken" with a t-rex.

http://anthro.palomar.edu/earlyprimates/first_primates.htm
victor wrote:
...I don't want any funeral at all. Don't waste resources on a dead body!
I am under the impression that funerals represent group activities designed to benefit the LIVING, not the dead. Ditto for cemeteries.
http://pressherald.mainetoday.com/story.php?id=143467&ac=PHnws
http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/pubs/services/funeral.shtm
As one of, if not the, oldest FASM forum members, I represent a likely candidate to experience the cremation apparatus before most of you. I found it quite amusing that revolution's idea of an "old" film depicting restoration of life after death, was something from the mid 1980's, i.e. twenty years ago, when guys my age were already having trouble with their prostate:
http://www.reelviews.net/movies/f/frankenstein31.html
What is perhaps more challenging, is to locate OLD code in FASM, that ought to be sent to the cremation laboratory, after replacement with something more readable......
Smile
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tom tobias wrote:
I found it quite amusing that revolution's idea of an "old" film depicting restoration of life after death, was something from the mid 1980's
It was my intention to highlight the immortality aspect. I chose a recent movie so that readers here could have a chance to rent/buy/remember it without too much difficulty.
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i want that everybody comes at my funeral, make a big party, with music and happyness to help my spirit to join the stars.
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tom tobias wrote:
revolution wrote:
...I miss those good old days of playing "chicken" with a t-rex.

http://anthro.palomar.edu/earlyprimates/first_primates.htm
Clearly you have never watched "The Flintstones". the real truth is in the TV. Also, of course there would be no archaeological evidence since the immortals didn't die they won't leave their bones lying around!
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hope i could know when i would die, at least a day before my death, i will go up to a hill, digg a hole and sleep there.

don't want anyone to touch me after i die.
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sleepsleep wrote:
....don't want anyone to touch me after i die.
I am just the opposite. Once dead, in a couple of more years, I couldn't care less who is caressing my carcass. But, now, while still alive, I don't like all those hairy guys hitting me on my way to the basket. I also don't like the ideas of FBI and "homeland security" touching me, upon capture.....
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tom tobias wrote:
...funerals represent group activities designed to benefit the LIVING..
Hmm...I think these group activities only bring tonnes and tonnes of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere... Confused

edfed wrote:
i want that everybody comes at my funeral, make a big party, with music and happyness to help my spirit to join the stars.
I'm afraid that many of us, including the guy who watched "Highlander" when he was a teenage boy, may not be able to join your funeral, as we probably would have already gone by then. Confused

Wait a minute...I forgot that you like drinking lots of ethanol based liquids...I guess we may be able to join! Laughing

sleepsleep wrote:
hope i could know when i would die, at least a day before my death, i will go up to a hill, digg a hole and sleep there.
I'm touched! I guess I should start planning for something like that! Smile
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