Please respect your direct superior

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    Okay first off Series X4 1.0 suicide is not something you should be talking about lightly. If you want to die, I'll kill you myself for starting such bull**** attention getting threads like this. Secondly, does anyone here see the irony? A thread was deleted because of its subject matter, now this thread has started discussing what was on the old thread.
    Ramble on...

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    Why bother killing yourself? Time will certainly do it for you.

    Hey, look at it this way: Sooner or later you're going to die anyway. You might as well live first, as there's no guarantee you'd ever get a second shot at living.

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    Call Dr. Kevorkian. He might be able to help.

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    No. Wait. Don't hang up!

    This is America calling!

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    OK, "superior", a train can still fail, too. Here's a thought: join NASA and train to become an astronaut. When they shoot you into space (where you belong), merely open the door.

    Or, get a lorry with a block of ice in the back and drive to a deserted building in the desert. Hang yourself, and the ice will melt. Or, go fishing and put your arms through a telephone booth

    rick:
    "If you are our direct superior, why are you even asking us ? That implies that you are not really superior but we are, because we have information that you don't."

    Good point... I hadn't thought of that...

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    Originally posted by Series X4 1.0
    I could write a long detailed response to destroy your beliefs, but it could kill people
    I don't think they've proven yet that laughter has ever actually killed anyone...

    In all seriousness though... please feel free to post a huge reply. I have both the time and the ability to crack any theory of yours wide open...
    Last edited by Natase; 10-22-2001 at 02:43 AM.

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    Energy can never be created or destroyed therefore we are never born and never die.
    Ramble on...

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    To all of you: I've changed my mind, I won't spread this deadly disease over the world. Time is no longer important, only the result is important. As long as people are trying, things will go forward in this world, no matter at what level they are at, it's the will that is important in the long run.

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    Okay since you decided not to kill yourself, I can safetly tell you the most painless way to do it. Get a car. Fill it up with gass. Go park somewhere with the car running. Go to sleep.

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    actually, go in your garage, close all the doors and plug all of the holes in the walls so no air can get out/in and then turn the car on and go to sleep.

    guaranteed you'll wake up dead.

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    Create a fair amount of antimatter with a particle accelerator, hold this volume over your head using magnetic containment, and then release it. Should blast your head apart like nobody's business.

    Just don't use TOO much antimatter, because I don't want you blowing up the world. It's where I keep all my stuff.

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    A bell jar on the head with a really powerful suction pump would be interesting. Did you ever see what one of those things does to a marshmellow?
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    i've never even heard of a bell jar..

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    ahh... they are used in science to demonstrate vacuums. They are shaped like a bell and made out of glass. You place it on a rubber matt and attatch a pump to a little fitting on the top of the jar. The pump sucks out the air which creates close to a vacuum.

    My teacher showed us how a ticking clock suspended from a string from the top of the bell jar stoppend making sound in a vacuum. The only path for the sound to travel was up the string (mechanical sound) and through the glass of the bell jar.... so it wasn't entirely effective.

    But it did get considerably quieter.

    Here is a link...

    http://www.tiac.net/users/shansen/belljar/index.htm
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    i enjoy physics myself.. i can't believe i hadn't heard of that at some point......

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    >>guaranteed you'll wake up dead.

    *buzzing into Jeopardy* What is an oxymoron? - correct!

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