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2012-11-14 05:46:47 PM
I should say that we have been pretty lucky in my family. My great-aunt had a heart attack at 73 that took her in 6 hours (this was in 1993). She was a retired teacher and had been substitute teaching up to a month before she died.

My grandmother could not drive for the last couple of years of her life and was ultimately in a walker due to bad osteoperosis but wasn't even in a wheelchair let alone bedridden and pretty sharp mentally when she had a massive stroke at 82 (another 6 hours hospital deal).

We were less lucky with my stepfather but nothing to what the gentleman in TFA and his wife had to deal with. He had a bad form of Parkinson's and was really having a hard time getting around. He was far from 100% well the last 4 or 5 years of his life but he wasn't an invalid until just the last 2 months of his life. He had a stroke and lasted for two weeks after that, which was horrible.

/Great-grandfather died of a massive heart attack at his desk. On his lunch break. I hope to go like him and his above-mentioned daughters.
 
2012-11-14 05:46:49 PM

theMagni


Go to the coroner's office, fill out a form, get a psych evalution, take a pill, and then have a forever nap. Optional organ harvest if you ticked that box on the form.


Organ donors should go to the guillotine instead: the compounds in the pill might make the organs unusable.
 
2012-11-14 05:47:45 PM
Slaves2Darkness:

sariq: Jesus Christ. My parents are getting there. I have no idea what I'd do in a situation like this.

Tank of helium, a rubber hose and a plastic bag with an elastic draw string. Insert hose into bag, place bag over head, turn on helium. The helium replaces oxygen, but does not cause gasping, you pass out and then die from lack of oxygen.


Why not nitrous oxide if you can get it? That sounds like fun.
 
2012-11-14 05:50:01 PM

AbbeySomeone: I had a friend that 'Kevorkian'd' himself in Oregon a few years ago. He checked out surrounded by friends and family, with dignity and he avoided a lot of suffering and stress on his family.


Mamarita
and I talked about it recently. She'd prefer to go unexpectedly in her sleep where I would like to have the opportunity to gather her, my Sons and Grandchildren (twin boys born on 1 November!) have a nice meal, a few drinks some laughs, some tears then go to bed and to sleep...
 
2012-11-14 05:53:13 PM
Although Virginia Sanders didn't immediately die, she passed away at the hospital a couple days after the incident.

Dear old people: This is why, when you want to die, it's worth spending the money to get an overdose of painkillers, rather than relying on a firearm. At 85, you can get a scrip for basically any chemical you could possibly want from your doctor.
 
2012-11-14 05:54:24 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: And who are the people who insist your life must end "naturally" under any and all circumstances? On what do they base their insistence on controlling others?


On the other hand we only have his say so that she wanted him to kill her. There is always the possibility that he got tired of taking care of her.
 
2012-11-14 05:55:00 PM

Broktun: Narcotics, sleeping pills, and alcohol.

Morphine, diazepam and whiskey will work.


i.imgur.com
"Shoot, a fella could have a pretty good time in Big D with all this stuff."
 
2012-11-14 05:55:04 PM

Broktun: Fizpez: Broktun: Narcotics, sleeping pills, and alcohol.

Morphine, diazepam and whiskey will work.

Yep, I plan on squirreling away a couple dozen vicodin as I get older - the rest can be gotten at any time,

I hope I die peacefully in my sleep but if me or my wife is just plain old suffering at the end I don't think most people will judge too harshly.

Even one bottle of tylenol is enough to do the trick, but it takes 3 or 4 days.


Tylenol is a bad way to go. It turns your kidneys to mush and you die in horrible agony. I've got a suicide kit made up of leftover sedatives and antidepressants that I replenish periodically. Try to keep the pills up to date.
 
2012-11-14 05:56:16 PM

joaquin closet: Mom died two years ago. In a hospice with LOTS of morphine. Her last words were: "Oh goody! I get to die and it doesn't hurt."

/bless that doctor


This comment really warmed my heart. The right to die painlessly is an important one. I'm sorry for your loss though *hugs*
 
2012-11-14 05:57:01 PM

farm machine: [www.popsci.com image 350x455]

[cartoon of suicide booth]

Petition your town today to have one of these installed.


You might be kidding but I'm not. Though bigger facilities like "going home" on Soylent Green would be better: more capacity, easier post-death processing, greater efficiency all around. Say 100 rooms in each facility complete with fiber optic Internet on a big flat screen and/or geishas, and don't forget the marijuana, heroin, tranquilizers and booze. There should also be a big room in each facility for mass exit parties. Hookers and masseusses would of course cost extra. And yes, it should be publicly subsidized but something like the YMCA could work too.
 
2012-11-14 05:57:04 PM
I feel terrible for this man. He did the honorable thing by trying to relieve the suffering of the woman he loved. The hospital took care of her pain while she was there.She has passed. MS is a horrible disease. I watched a neighbor suffer from it for 30 years. Now he has to suffer in jail, cold, with back spasms, and with the real criminals--he is NOT one of them. Let the man go free.

The picture of him breaks my heart. He is lost without her and is lost in the criminal justice system. I want to bring him to my house, give him a warm, safe place to live and a decent hot meal. I want to listen to the stories of his life with his wife. Give him a chance to remember her from the best of times--before she was the great cook, before she knew how to make that pie or pot roast better than his mother, and the day he found out he was to be a father, a grandfather.

The criminal justice system is wasting its time.
 
2012-11-14 05:59:23 PM
You've damned for divorcing your spouse, and you're damned for seeing them all the way through a marriage, until the very end of life. He must have loved her more than his own life. I hope his trial ends in with a verdict worthy of the love he and she had, anything less would not be justice.
 
2012-11-14 05:59:35 PM

Shakespeare's Sister: I feel terrible for this man. He did the honorable thing by trying to relieve the suffering of the woman he loved. The hospital took care of her pain while she was there.She has passed. MS is a horrible disease. I watched a neighbor suffer from it for 30 years. Now he has to suffer in jail, cold, with back spasms, and with the real criminals--he is NOT one of them. Let the man go free.

The picture of him breaks my heart. He is lost without her and is lost in the criminal justice system. I want to bring him to my house, give him a warm, safe place to live and a decent hot meal. I want to listen to the stories of his life with his wife. Give him a chance to remember her from the best of times--before she was the great cook, before she knew how to make that pie or pot roast better than his mother, and the day he found out he was to be a father, a grandfather.

The criminal justice system is wasting its time.


Very eloquent! I agree.
 
2012-11-14 06:00:24 PM
Rent Party:

Our motto "If I ever can't feed myself or wipe my own ass, just take me fishing. I'll figure out a way to fall out of the boat."

By the way, Dewar's White Label ain't half bad but it improves with a wee splash of club soda.
 
2012-11-14 06:01:33 PM
My grandfather on my dad's side is at that point. He's ninety-five and had a defibrillator/pacemaker put in a couple months ago because of heart problems, but since then he's lost half his body weight and doesn't know his way around the house anymore. A few days ago him and Grandma went in to get the defibrillator shut off, which the doctor did for them.

I'm expecting a call any day now.

After seventy-five years together, both of them have said they've lived five years too long. Quality of live just isn't there anymore. I'm not sure what Grandma is going to do after he's gone.
 
2012-11-14 06:02:04 PM

joaquin closet: Mom died two years ago. In a hospice with LOTS of morphine. Her last words were: "Oh goody! I get to die and it doesn't hurt."

/bless that doctor


My last word would be "oh my goodness I almost forgot to tell you! I buried ten million in gold bullion under the ..."
 
2012-11-14 06:04:23 PM
"his wife was sick and had recently been told by a doctor that she needed hospitalized."

I'm willing to accept this bastardized infinitive misuse as a colloquialism, but it's got no place in a farking news article.

That needs stopped.
 
2012-11-14 06:06:48 PM

Dogsbody: It's a slippery slope. If we accept assisted suicide as a normal part of society, then we must also be prepared to accept the fact that Soylent Green is people.


Would different races be different colors? Soylent Black, Soylent Tan, Soylent Brown, Soylent Yellow, Soylent White?
 
2012-11-14 06:06:49 PM

The One True TheDavid: Rent Party:

Our motto "If I ever can't feed myself or wipe my own ass, just take me fishing. I'll figure out a way to fall out of the boat."

By the way, Dewar's White Label ain't half bad but it improves with a wee splash of club soda.


I'm too old to drink shiatty liquor. :)
 
2012-11-14 06:08:05 PM

Gyrfalcon: Broktun: Fizpez: Broktun: Narcotics, sleeping pills, and alcohol.

Morphine, diazepam and whiskey will work.

Yep, I plan on squirreling away a couple dozen vicodin as I get older - the rest can be gotten at any time,

I hope I die peacefully in my sleep but if me or my wife is just plain old suffering at the end I don't think most people will judge too harshly.

Even one bottle of tylenol is enough to do the trick, but it takes 3 or 4 days.

Tylenol is a bad way to go. It turns your kidneys to mush and you die in horrible agony. I've got a suicide kit made up of leftover sedatives and antidepressants that I replenish periodically. Try to keep the pills up to date.


Are you a secret agent?
 
2012-11-14 06:08:16 PM

Fail in Human Form: ha-ha-guy: If you want good results, muzzle against the temple./i>

Wrong, many people live after doing this but because they see it in movies think it's a sure bet. All you do is blow out your eyes and suffer in agony. Put it right behind the ear and aim perpendicular to your head. Blows out the brain stem and you're dead. I had a friend's dad who did this and he was gone instantly.

/You shouldn't give advice about something this serious you know nothing about.

.

Worked with a man that did himself like that. Blind, alive, and dependent on a resentful wife is no way to go through life son.
 
2012-11-14 06:08:27 PM

screwzloos: My grandfather on my dad's side is at that point. He's ninety-five and had a defibrillator/pacemaker put in a couple months ago because of heart problems, but since then he's lost half his body weight and doesn't know his way around the house anymore. A few days ago him and Grandma went in to get the defibrillator shut off, which the doctor did for them.

I'm expecting a call any day now.

After seventy-five years together, both of them have said they've lived five years too long. Quality of live just isn't there anymore. I'm not sure what Grandma is going to do after he's gone.


Not to sound like too much of an insensitive asshole, but... probably die within a few months of him.

It usually seems to happen that way with couples who were married for extremely long periods of time like that.
 
2012-11-14 06:09:50 PM

wantingout: TimonC346: MaudlinMutantMollusk:

seriously, poor old guy. If assisted suicide laws were allowed, he wouldn't have had to shoot her. I wonder if the prosecutor will go ahead with 1st deg murder charges?


Think about what you just said. He was going to shoot her anyway. The laws didn't matter. That is the method he chose; a legal tool for an illegal act. If you made the act legal, how do you assume he would have used another method? He could have used chloroform then asphixiate her in her sleep. Or arseneic. Or hell, snake venom.
 
2012-11-14 06:12:31 PM

dywed88: As much as I sympathize with him and believe there should be legal routes that people like his wife can take and as much as I would like an opportunity to lay into the Maricopa County Sheriffs Office, this was (under the law) unquestionably murder and he should be convicted as such although I hope the sentence will be mitigated somewhat.


This is clearly a case for jury nullification.
 
2012-11-14 06:13:37 PM

fanbladesaresharp: wantingout: TimonC346: MaudlinMutantMollusk:

seriously, poor old guy. If assisted suicide laws were allowed, he wouldn't have had to shoot her. I wonder if the prosecutor will go ahead with 1st deg murder charges?

Think about what you just said. He was going to shoot her anyway. The laws didn't matter. That is the method he chose; a legal tool for an illegal act. If you made the act legal, how do you assume he would have used another method? He could have used chloroform then asphixiate her in her sleep. Or arseneic. Or hell, snake venom.


Huh? If assisted suicide were allowed, she could have had her physician do it and there would be no questions of guilt or innocence for the husband because he wouldn't have been the only one to perform it. You think given the choice between physician-assisted and shot they'd have still chosen a gun?
 
2012-11-14 06:15:18 PM

Broktun: Fizpez: Broktun: Narcotics, sleeping pills, and alcohol.

Morphine, diazepam and whiskey will work.

Yep, I plan on squirreling away a couple dozen vicodin as I get older - the rest can be gotten at any time,

I hope I die peacefully in my sleep but if me or my wife is just plain old suffering at the end I don't think most people will judge too harshly.

Even one bottle of tylenol is enough to do the trick, but it takes 3 or 4 days.


if u had a morphine prescription why would u even want to kill yourself? u have MORPHINE. THE GOLD OF THE ILLICIT PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
 
2012-11-14 06:15:56 PM

ashinmytomatoes: Shakespeare's Sister: I feel terrible for this man. He did the honorable thing by trying to relieve the suffering of the woman he loved. The hospital took care of her pain while she was there.She has passed. MS is a horrible disease. I watched a neighbor suffer from it for 30 years. Now he has to suffer in jail, cold, with back spasms, and with the real criminals--he is NOT one of them. Let the man go free.

The picture of him breaks my heart. He is lost without her and is lost in the criminal justice system. I want to bring him to my house, give him a warm, safe place to live and a decent hot meal. I want to listen to the stories of his life with his wife. Give him a chance to remember her from the best of times--before she was the great cook, before she knew how to make that pie or pot roast better than his mother, and the day he found out he was to be a father, a grandfather.

The criminal justice system is wasting its time.

Very eloquent! I agree.


Thank you. I watched my grandfather go from lung cancer. It started there and went to his liver, bones, and brain. He died at home with hospice care. I grew up without my dad, so he grandpa it. I took care of him until the day he died. I listened to his stories, cooked him anything he wanted to eat--until he stopped eating; then I gave him anything he wanted to drink--until he quit taking liquids. He told me stories about people and places from his childhood I had never heard of. It was time I would not trade for anything. I think the justice system is being farking stupid here. There is nothing to gain from this.

There were days I wanted to crush all of the morphine pills the hospice gave me and give them all to him. Or put all of the phentonyl (sp) patches on him that hospice gave me, and just let him go. The pain was so bad for him. He was 6 ^ 2 220 when it all began. By the time he died, I (5 ^ 5 135 lbs) could lift him off the sheet). I knew the trouble I would get in. I just kept him as medicated as I could--hedged times between doses--added a bit of "help" to the grape juice I dissolved his crushed morphine to. Anything I could. He died two days before Thanksgiving in 2001.
 
2012-11-14 06:17:34 PM
"his wife was sick and had recently been told by a doctor that she needed hospitalized."


No way the black man in the White House is going to Obamacare my wife!
*BLAM*
*BLAM*
*BLAM*
 
2012-11-14 06:19:19 PM
I hope I go quietly in my sleep like GrandPa, instead of screaming in terror like his passengers.
 
2012-11-14 06:22:35 PM
"Excuse me, can I ask you a favor?" George Sanders asked the judge before being taken back to his jail cell. "I'm so cold and I've been so cold. At my age my back is spasming and I can't stop. Could I be given a blanket or two?"

F**k you judge
F**k you prosecutor
F**k you arresting officers
F**k ever last one of you.



"You can judge a society by the way it treats its prisoners"
- Winston Churchill.
 
2012-11-14 06:24:10 PM
FirstNationalBastard
>>> MaudlinMutantMollusk: And who are the people who insist your life must end "naturally"
>>> under any and all circumstances? On what do they base their insistence on
>>> controlling others?

bible.jpg

Ohhh look. The bigot's have entered.
 
2012-11-14 06:24:33 PM

dywed88: As much as I sympathize with him and believe there should be legal routes that people like his wife can take and as much as I would like an opportunity to lay into the Maricopa County Sheriffs Office, this was (under the law) unquestionably murder and he should be convicted as such although I hope the sentence will be mitigated somewhat.


It is not really up to he Sheriffs Office the Prosecutor. Ultimately it will be jury that decides.
 
2012-11-14 06:25:24 PM

NowhereMon: Anybody who is even remotely interested in this topic owes it to themselves to watch last night's Frontline:

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/suicide-plan/


as usual, an excellent profile on a wickedly complex issue
the Final Exit org's medical team was especially comical and troubling

/i have NO problem with adults wanting to bail when they're done being here
//not sure i could help
 
2012-11-14 06:27:05 PM
js34603:

Why do these mercy killers go with shooting? Ugh that is not a good way to go, and too much chance for farking up and just really hurting yourself.

They do it the wrong way. If doing it yourself stick a shotgun barrel in your mouth pointed at the back of your head: a 20 gage with #1 buckshot should do it. Practice in front of the mirror if you have to to get the angle right. (Yes you can cut the barrel down a bit if you want, the Feds won't care afterward.) And if you're doing it for somebody else buckshot or a deer slug to the back of their head is still best: in both cases overkill is better than missing the right spot.


Carbon monoxide poisoning? Pills?

Tried those & failed: exhaust gave me such a horrible headache & nausea that I couldn't keep sitting there, and all three times I tried pills somebody found me and called 911. The result was even more "subtle" brain damage than I had already. See?

Walking in front of a car when I was 7 didn't work either: the poor young guy who happened to hit me happened to be a little "under the influence" and carrying an open container and "illicit drugs," so that poor farker's early 20s was pretty much ruined. (I'm pretty sure he could have driven home safely if some kid hadn't thrown himself in front of his car at the last second; the first 2 or 3 times I tried it that day I didn't wait long enough and the driver braked hard and yelled at me.) And three months in the hospital in traction didn't help my mood much either.

A guillotine would also work: there are plans on the Internet. But that's too much like work for me. Cyanide would be great but they don't sell it as easily as they used to for some reason. And abused peasant women in India guzzle pesticide but the process of dying like that sounds icky.

"Going home" by a nice pleasant lethal injection sounds best. I've watch them euthanize ferrets and it seems so peaceful, even when they had to do a "heart stick" because the intravenous & gas wasn't quick enough.

What I think would be great is to be rigged up like a suicide bomber but go off into the middle of a big field by myself instead. The raccoons & coyotes could have whatever's left. But alas, the law being what it is...
 
2012-11-14 06:29:31 PM

Slaves2Darkness:

sariq: Jesus Christ. My parents are getting there. I have no idea what I'd do in a situation like this.

Tank of helium, a rubber hose and a plastic bag with an elastic draw string. Insert hose into bag, place bag over head, turn on helium. The helium replaces oxygen, but does not cause gasping, you pass out and then die from lack of oxygen.

Check youtube or other video sites for "How to kill a human being". It's a documentary on the death penalty, but the end describes a method that is 100% painless that yes is quite easy. I'd say it, but it's pro'lly against some rule.
 
2012-11-14 06:30:06 PM

The One True TheDavid: Tried those & failed: exhaust gave me such a horrible headache & nausea that I couldn't keep sitting there, and all three times I tried pills somebody found me and called 911. The result was even more "subtle" brain damage than I had already. See?


It is my firm belief that people who have "tried" to kill themselves, particularly multiple times, aren't really trying.
 
2012-11-14 06:35:13 PM

The One True TheDavid: Walking in front of a car when I was 7 didn't work either: the poor young guy who happened to hit me happened to be a little "under the influence" and carrying an open container and "illicit drugs," so that poor farker's early 20s was pretty much ruined. (I'm pretty sure he could have driven home safely if some kid hadn't thrown himself in front of his car at the last second; the first 2 or 3 times I tried it that day I didn't wait long enough and the driver braked hard and yelled at me.) And three months in the hospital in traction didn't help my mood much either.

A guillotine would also work: there are plans on the Internet. But that's too much like work for me. Cyanide would be great but they don't sell it as easily as they used to for some reason. And abused peasant women in India guzzle pesticide but the process of dying like that sounds icky.


<evilada>: Best suicide plan ever
<mcm310>: what is it?
<evilada>: you go up to the top of a roof
<evilada>: string piano wire tight across the front edge at neck level
<evilada>: tie a cord to your foot and the other end to the building so that you'll be above sidewalk level when its fully stretched
<evilada>: then you put super glue on your hands
<evilada>: and put your arms around the front of the wire and then back to touch your head
<evilada>: then you lean forward, so the piano wire cuts your neck but not your elbows
<evilada>: when the cord goes taut, youll be hanging upside down with no head....except your head will be in your outstretched arms thanks to gravity and the glue, staring at someone upside down and spewing blood everywhere.
<evilada>: And some poor bastard will be traumatized for LIFE.
<mcm310>: i dont think i can be your friend anymore
 
2012-11-14 06:35:42 PM
ha-ha-guy:

If you want good results, muzzle against the temple.

NO NO NO. That'll just blow out the front part of your brain and leave you a crippled moron.

PAGING BRONYMEDIC. Please explain that to this ha-ha-guy.
 
2012-11-14 06:43:46 PM

OnlyM3: FirstNationalBastard
>>> MaudlinMutantMollusk: And who are the people who insist your life must end "naturally"
>>> under any and all circumstances? On what do they base their insistence on
>>> controlling others?

bible.jpg

Ohhh look. The bigot's have entered.


The bigot's entered what?

/learn where apostrophes are appropriate when white knighting books of fairy tales.
 
2012-11-14 06:45:33 PM

Fail in Human Form: ha-ha-guy: If you want good results, muzzle against the temple./i>

Wrong, many people live after doing this but because they see it in movies think it's a sure bet. All you do is blow out your eyes and suffer in agony. Put it right behind the ear and aim perpendicular to your head. Blows out the brain stem and you're dead. I had a friend's dad who did this and he was gone instantly.

/You shouldn't give advice about something this serious you know nothing about.


That looks like what this guy did: Fox News Live Police Chase Suicide (FULL VIDEO) .

I'd still rather "eat" a mouthful of buckshot. Less chance of missing.
 
2012-11-14 06:46:15 PM
media.tumblr.com
 
2012-11-14 06:47:22 PM
//Maria! Maria? No! No! Dammnit, no, Maria!
 
2012-11-14 06:50:54 PM

Lawnchair: Fizpez: Broktun: Narcotics, sleeping pills, and alcohol.

Morphine, diazepam and whiskey will work.

Yep, I plan on squirreling away a couple dozen vicodin as I get older - the rest can be gotten at any time,

You shouldn't need to squirrel. My mom certainly didn't want to be where she was at the end of her cancer fight, but was too far into confusion and pain her last week to make her own arrangements. But, she was in hospice care (in our house). They give you a big bottle of oral morphine. They don't say "you're using too much" or measure how much you've used.


THIS

We have assisted suicide. It's called "hospice". (Shhh...don't tell anyone)
 
2012-11-14 06:58:43 PM
Broktun:

Narcotics, sleeping pills, and alcohol.

Morphine, diazepam and whiskey will work.


I used whatever pain pills I could get. Plus tranquilizers (Valium and meprobamate), sleeping pills and a fistful of Thorazine; I basically emptied out my parents & grandma's medicine cabinets. Half a pint of Scotch on top of it. Problem was some junky I knew figured it out and busted in my grandmother's door with the cops right behind him; "If he's in there call the ambulance, if not arrest me for breaking in!" he said he told then when thy wouldn't go in themselves. So anyway, it didn't work. And my reading comprehension went down noticeably for several months, for one thing.

It's too easy for somerthing to go wrong. E.g., you can puke your guts out after you somehow roll over and not even drown on it: that was my first OD.

Take it from me, being such a loser you can't even kill yourself right sucks.
 
2012-11-14 06:59:42 PM
"There are times when you get old like this, you feel like you've lived too damn long"

You're talking about Mondays, right?

// and some Tuesdays...
 
2012-11-14 07:00:30 PM
Dogsbody:

It's a slippery slope. If we accept assisted suicide as a normal part of society, then we must also be prepared to accept the fact that Soylent Green is people.

SO? I for one don't care what you do with my carcass when I'm finished with it.
 
2012-11-14 07:05:27 PM
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Best Voyager ever.

Well, Think Tank was pretty good too.
 
2012-11-14 07:06:23 PM

Gyrfalcon: ChadM89:

I agree that it's clearly murder under the law.

I think he should be convicted of it, and then sentenced to time served and informal probation.

I'm hoping that his attorney and the DA will work it out so that's the plea bargain. Putting this old man through a trial and jail time will pretty much kill him, if the stress doesn't do it before it ever gets to trial.


Why not just give the old guy a loaded shotgum and leave for a while? You think he wants to live really bad after all this, and then have a trial etc.?
 
2012-11-14 07:08:58 PM
KrispyKritter:

Death is kind compared to living out your life in a tiny concrete & steel cage surrounded by screaming lunatics who's idea of a good day is raping you in the shower or beating your brains out in the cafeteria.

Very much "THIS."
 
2012-11-14 07:10:50 PM

Englebert Slaptyback: theMagni

Go to the coroner's office, fill out a form, get a psych evalution, take a pill, and then have a forever nap. Optional organ harvest if you ticked that box on the form.


Organ donors should go to the guillotine instead: the compounds in the pill might make the organs unusable.


A very good point, sir.
 
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