There's always more or less than meets the eye
Ah, so THAT'S how one avoids the inevitable, eh?WV-biliti. Do you think I have the biliti to hold off death simply by procrastinating?
If it were only true, Leslie. It would be the one religion I could get behind.I wonder if Methuselah had a lot on his plate.
Oh, very droll!
I so am that quote !cheers, parsnip
i think there's a logical fallacy there somewhere. and geez, who wants to live forever anyway?
Well that's a good way to delude yourself you can live forever. Oh that it were so simple.
@parsnip--Many happy birthdays!@Kass--On behalf of Bill Watterson, thanks.@rraine--I think there's a logical fallacy there somewhere, too, which is why I laughed out when I first came across the quote. As for living forever, I don't know that I'd want to either, but I sure wouldn't mind living twice or even three times longer than is normally required, so as to rectify past mistakes to the point where they're just a distant memory, to fall flat on my face and not lose any time getting back up, to reinvent myself over and over again until I finally get it right. Aging gives you perspective, even wisdom, denied to you when you're young. I just don't like having less time to put that perspective and wisdom to good use!Elisabeth--The simple delusions are the most seductive.
The biggest delusion is thinking god has anything to do with it! So, as they say, "git 'er done!"
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@Badger--"git 'er done!"I tried, but got slapped in the face.
Well, it would seem that the key to immortality is being inefficient. Since I'm not, I prefer the Badger's view.
Is there a keyboard to immortality? One without the DELETE button?Welcome to the blog, CramCake.
On that keyboard there should definitely be the "undo" (cntrl-z) option.