fierynotes: Picture of Destruction, from the Sandman series, reading a book and slinging a guitar. (Default)
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This post also includes every tag I have -- this is because my current LJ style doesn't include a tag index. (At least half of my participation on LJ is on my phone. I chose this style because, as bare-bones as it is, it loads quickly and it's still readable on a small screen.)

I'd tell you more about myself, but that's what my profile -- and the rest of my LJ -- is for.
fierynotes: Picture of Destruction, from the Sandman series, reading a book and slinging a guitar. (Default)
"What do you want done with your body after you die?" -- LJ's Question of the Day

I don't care. Once I'm dead, my body is merely meat. Burn my cadaver and use it to fertilize marijuana plants. Cut me up and use me as stew meat to feed the homeless. Rent me out to a rich necrophile. Really. I do not care.

Just treat my family with a little kindness -- they're a little more sentimental than I am in this respect. To use that last example, if some rich necrophile decides to discreetly use my corpse for cheap thrills, I'll be elbowing all my other ghostly friends in the imaginary ribs and joking about it. "See? Even when I'm dead, I'm irresistible!" However, if said necrophile is stupid or cruel enough to traumatize my surviving relatives with the knowledge that he's plunging his stiffy into my stiff, he can look forward to the rest of his life being filled with phenomena that will the movie Poltergeist look like a Disney cartoon.

Okay, seriously. All jokes aside, that whole "how we treat the body" thing is not for the dead. It's for the living. The living have all these psychological needs for things like closure. The dead do not. Let the living handle it.

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