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The Triumph of Death, Pieter Breugel (the Elder)

-- (ONE@one's.nihilism), March 27, 2002

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Be sure to scroll in both directions, don't miss the vision.

-- (ONE@One's.charnel.house), March 27, 2002.

Nonviable puree, dude

-- (nemesis@awol.com), March 27, 2002.

How many seconds do you have to live?

-- (actor@actuarial.action), March 27, 2002.

Well that's a cheery piece.

Kinda makes ya wonder what kind of a dark scary place, who's mind this could come out of. Creepy

-- (cin@cin.cin), March 28, 2002.


Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1523-1569), the Godfather of Goth?

-- (ONE@one's.funhouse), March 28, 2002.


Well, I tried the life clock thingie, and it said I wasnít scheduled to check out until 2023!

Lorí have mercy, thatís ten years more than I planned for. Ten extra years of adult diapers. Ten years of cat food sandwiches. Ten years of smart alec kids and rap music. A decade, for cryiní out loud, a DECADE more of grass to be mowed, hearing aids, trifocals, lost keys and soft foods. My fishing dog will surely be long gone by then; just what the hell am I gonna do for ten more years?!

Hold on a minute. I just noticed that if I put the info in that Iím a pessimist, it shortens my miserable days by ......ten years!

Whew, that was a close one. As you were.

-- Lon Frank (lgal@exp.net), March 28, 2002.


OMG, I'm going to live to 2053! I'll never make to be 101! And uh, my hub was set to expire in 1995.... Hmmmm,,nah, don"t trust it! It IS 2002, ISN'T it?

-- Aunt Bee (Aunt__Bee@hotmail.com), March 30, 2002.

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