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Is overdosing on morphine the best way to go? If not what else do you think is a better way? Don't wanna off myself right now but in the far future I'm pretty sure I will.
Most end-of-life care is managed with morphine by professionals, such as hospice or palliative care nurses, not moronic amateurs.
im sure you did your share of pillow fighting the wounded. did they pass with dignity or did they claw at your arms
It’s been my experience that morbid curiosity usually kills assholes. Now run along little man.
Go to Everest, you will die on the way, because you're not prepared and people will think you're a hero or have done something outrageous. I've heard that freezing to death is one of the best ways to die, you don't feel anything.
thats a fucking awesome suggestion how about sky diving , you just dont pull the ripcord . or standing up on the roller coaster ,
the best wayta go is to steal a space shuttle and a thermonuclear bomb and fly it into the moon
Spontaneous human combustion while onstage at a rock concert is pretty cool. Y'alls will become the famous burning man.
im going out by fucking my doctor up her ass. im using morphine to drug her up. when i blow my load ill pop an aneurysm and in seconds im a goner.
Good plan. Insurance should cover the whole thing.
OMG lol these barage of comments match the one I made to someone else's post a bit ago and mine got deleted.
Wtf mods? You singling me out? >:I
I take offense to that.
If you are sick and have been given a time line for how long someone has to live, there is 1 state I know of that has a "Death with Dignity" law that allows people that are terminally ill to invest a cocktail of pills that will put you to sleep and then you go out peaceful. If that's an option. But really, suicide is something that should not even be considered.
Death with Dignity states.
California (End of Life Options Act; approved in 2015, in effect from 2016)
Colorado (End of Life Options Act; 2016)
District of Columbia (Death with Dignity Act; 2016/2017)
Hawaii (Our Care, Our Choice Act; 2018/2019)
Oregon (Oregon Death with Dignity Act; 1994/1997)
Vermont (Patient Choice and Control at the End of Life Act; 2013)
Washington (Washington Death with Dignity Act; 2008)
california law was struck down today as unconstitutional they must appeal to the supreme court.
Thanks for the update. https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2018/05/15/us/ap-us-california-assisted-death-lawsuit.html
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