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    The Long Goodbye.

    Okay, i know it's a bit macabre, but have you made any plans for your funeral ?

    "You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
    - anonymous quote.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    No, I haven't. I keep telling myself I'm too young for that.

    Also, I thought this thread was going to be about you leaving the forum. I'm glad to see I was wrong.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    It's a scary thought. But I used to thought about it since I don't want to die to old in the future. Some where has ice? Or a mountain cave or smth :P

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    Nope, except I want to be cremated.
    I really don't care as I won't be around to take notice

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    I like the idea of a Viking funeral.

    "You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
    - anonymous quote.

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    Not really plans.

    I worked at a funeral home after my senior year of college, before I taught, so I've seen the professional side of funeral planning.

    Additionally, I was raised by a grandparent, so I've been to many funerals as my older friends died.

    For my own, I don't really care, as I've seen how the living take over and get their way no matter what the intent of the deceased had been. Having no partner, or best friend, I don't entertain any vanity about my wishes being carried out after I am gone. In any event, my focus is on how I live. As a dead person, the funeral really won't matter, as remembrances will be all based on my former interactions.

    My only real plan centers around my estate. If I die before retirement, I'll have significant life insurance, and will direct that a couple of friends be taken care of, as well as my godchildren. My siblings are simply incapable of managing even a paycheck.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    Plans of the journey distract me from my destination.

    I don't know what the fuck that means but I hope it makes me sound wise and all.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    No.

    I have no interest in what happens after I die.

    But if I knew was about to go soon I would give all my guitars to my best friend ... everything else I own is really just potential landfill. I should probably make a will for that in case I snuff it without prior warning.

    I carry a donor card (when I remember) so the medical profession can scavenge my corpse for any salvageable organs, or whatever, if anything is worth having by the time I'm through with it.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    Nope. I'll leave that to my nearest and dearest, well, until I figure out what I want to happen anyway.


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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    My initial reaction to this thread was hysterical sobbing at the thought of you........well you know.

    No worries love,



    We won't have to think of that for a long time, I'll protect you from harm, we'll have a long life together.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    I definitely want to be buried without casket..and I want a young tree planted on top of me.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    I know I want to be cremated, that's about it
    I make my bed with the stars above my head and dream of a place called home.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    I faced that when I was 18. I had to have brain surgery and it was high risk surgery. I wrote out then what I wanted in case I died. I still hold to the fact I want this song played as my coffin is wheeled into the furnace. It sums my belief's up perfectly.


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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    My Solicitor has a written note of my funeral wishes attached to my will. I'll be buried without a Vicar coming anywhere near me.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    My family and best friend all know I'd like to be cremated, and the ashes they can do with as they will. Throw them away for all I care. I've also asked that there be no funeral or memorial service.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    I think I would want to be buried, not cremated. I have a fear of being burned. I know I'll be dead when that happens, but still...
    "I want to sleep with you in the desert tonight, with a million stars all around."

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.



    ...I have paid for my cremation already....

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    I'm picking out animated gifs for your funeral, Bender. They'll be ready.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    I'm picking out animated gifs for your funeral, Bender. They'll be ready.


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    "You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
    - anonymous quote.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    My grandmother passed away recently. She had a visitation at the funeral home and my parents and aunts and uncles decorated the room with pictures and some of her belongings and a lot of Christmas decorations. Then she had a big catholic funeral at the church near the funeral home. The ceremony was performed by two priests that she was friends with. Some of the family brought "gifts" which they placed on table on the altar. One of the gifts was a glass candy bowl that was always sitting on the end table in her living room full of M&Ms. The whole thing was really beautiful.

    But I just kept thinking, "I don't want this." I want my organs donated to anyone who needs them, the rest of my body donated to science, and my belongings divided among my family (whatever they don't want can be donated to charity or thrown away). If they want, they can hold a small memorial service. It doesn't really matter to me, seeing as I will be dead.

    But then again, we might all die in a week, so maybe it doesn't matter what I want.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    well, yes. i haven't wrote a will but i plan on doing it.

    but i pretty much know what i want my funeral to be like from way back. matter of fact, don't even call it a funeral. call it some memory service.

    i don't want it in a church or any place pertaining to religion. put it in a bingo hall or rent a hall or something.

    i don't want to be dressed up in a suit. dress me up in my favorite street clothes or whatever.

    i don't want prayer service or anything dealing with religion as i'm an atheist. don't make it long or whatever.

    if anybody decides to show up to pay their respects. if you show up, you don't have to say anything. if you feel like it, go ahead. just say how you feel about me. it can be good, bad, or whatever. just talk about me as if i was alive or something. you can say the worst about me or whatever. just be honest. it's not like i'm going to pop out my casket and go like "the fuck you just say". even if it offends my family and whoever else. you also don't have to show up. after all, what's the point. hopefully they don't make it long or whatever. i know people have places to go or other things to do.

    i don't want to be buried. cremate my remains. don't put me in a urn or whatever else. scatter my ashes in the upstate new york woods. please don't scatter me ashes in the dirty jersey soil. i'm trying to get out of this state of new jersey. that would be the best thing that anybody could do for me.

    and then keep living your life as it was before. fuck doing that boo hoo that is if anybody mourns my death. folks will go like who cares. he's dead.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    As long as there wasn't any copious amounts of money that went into a ceremony.

    just put my ashes in a box, toss it in the landfill.

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    No, and I hope I won't ever have to. Perhaps in our lifetime, death will be made a choice instead of being something inevitable.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    Quote Originally Posted by CottonBolus View Post
    No, and I hope I won't ever have to. Perhaps in our lifetime, death will be made a choice instead of being something inevitable.
    I'd give that a 0.0000000000147% chance of happening.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    Quote Originally Posted by Efrackalecki View Post
    I'd give that a 0.0000000000147% chance of happening.
    You never know. It could happen.

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    Re: The Long Goodbye.

    I'm going to hold my funeral while I'm still alive. So I can sit there and hear what everyone says about me. And even answer back if necessary.

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