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Frrrrrriday!

1. If you had the chance to be immortal, would you take it? Why or why not?

2. If you had the power to make someone else immortal, who would you choose?

3. If you were able to stay one age for the rest of your life, knowing you would still die at the normal time, you simply don't look any older than what you choose, what age would it be?

And thank you all so much for your kind thoughts an sympathy yesterday. I feel much less homicidal today.

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chanharrison
Mar. 10th, 2006 06:31 pm (UTC)
I do not think I want to be immortal.. You are only given a short time on this planet to make the most of that short time and if you are immortal you do not get to enjoy the little things because they would mean less..

i am not sure i would make anyone immortal..


I would wanna stay about 21.. i guess but not sure.. but i have so much of a value of good things because of the age iam now so not sure..
melissakmock
Mar. 10th, 2006 07:09 pm (UTC)
No! Because

I would not choose anybody.

Let me thing when did my hair first start going gray... 25, I think that is far enough back that I don't have to worry about it.. I know I found a gray hair at 28 so..
brendanwishes
Mar. 10th, 2006 07:27 pm (UTC)
1. As strange as it may be for a person to say this in this day and age, I actually would choose to be immortal. I agree with those who said that you only get a brief time on this earth, but I want so much more. Huh. It's not really a "fear of death" thing. It's more that I just want to see how it all comes out. I want to see how the whole thing ends.

2. I would sit on that power until someone asked me for it. Even then, I might say "no" if they didn't seem worthy. We may not think it's our place to judge, but clearly whoever gave me this power thought it was my place.

3. 23. I'd be 23. 23 was good to me. :)
jenny_evergreen
Mar. 10th, 2006 07:39 pm (UTC)
Maybe, maybe not. On the one hand, it would be interesting to see everything. On the other hand, I'm kind of looking forward to the rest...

In other words, who would I bring with me? My spouse, if I was sure he could handle it without goin' nuts.

Hrm. Late twenties/early thirties, probably.
geolinguist
Mar. 10th, 2006 08:30 pm (UTC)
1. No, I wouldn't choose to be immortal. I wouldn't like to have to change my life, watch people die, and be unable to do anything about it.

2. I think it would be a curse, so I would probably wish it on my worst enemy.

3. Mid to late 20s. You can get a job and appear not to age for a decade or two.
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