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On Mortality

Is it possible to wear out our welcome on this planet?

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A cousin of mine entered hospice yesterday. He’s not expected to live much longer. The interesting thing is that he’s younger than me and should have outlived me. But he won’t.

In another article, I pointed out that Gens X-Y-Z will still be around to witness Armageddon but not I. By Armageddon, I mean the point beyond which…




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