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As an atheist, how would you like your remains to be handled
after you die
- The ultimate good! Fertilizer. (Dave Haas #464)
- I couldn't care less. (Manlio matab WA #926)
- As an atheist, I think that any "afterlife" that exists comes in the form of what I leave behind to society. For this reason, I would choose
to donate my body for medical research. I would be of more use in research than I would be rotting in the ground. (Sven Vladiski #1341)
- I should like to be cremated. (Don Kresch #51)
- It matters little to me, but I would probably prefer cremation. As for funerals, I would leave it to my family to decide what to do, as long as they didnt get some guy to preach about how I was "a good Christian", or some such nonsense. (Andrew Bean #1406)
- Very good people go to the medical school when they die. I've arrangedfor my body to go to the University of Chicago Medical school
with some cash on the condition that no part of it may be used in
religious services. (Charles Fiterman #376)
- Harvest whatever might be useful, torch the rest on a floating pyre.
Drinks are on me! (Czar #13)
- Any usable organs are to be donated for transplantation. Any usable body parts, up to and including the whole body, is to be donated to a medical school. The remains are then to be cremated and returned to my husband.
His instructions are to send my ashes into space. If I can't make it living, dammit, I'm sure as hell getting there dead, LOL! (Magyckme #554 )
- Cremation. I think funerals and cemetaries are a complete waste of time, money, and space. I'll probably make arrangements for organ donation, also. I'd like to have the ashes scattered, but have'nt decided where yet. Well, actually, I have a place in mind but I think one would have to break a few laws to get them there. Half in either end-zone in Soldier Field and the other half at home plate in Wrigley Field. :) (Mongo76 #7)
- I'd like to be gently lowered to the ground, wrapped in a fine
cotton cloth and placed in a cave with a big rock covering the entrance.
(Steve Knight #855)
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