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If you could would you want to know when you will die? Yes or no and why?
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25 / No
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I already know just when I'm going to die. I'm going to die of happiness when I'm finished playing MGSV: The Phantom Pain.
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30 / M / Empire of Walker
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No chance in hell, the rush of living in the moment is too good.
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F / Ozone
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No way- I don't need to add the obsessions of trying to change my fate or cheating death to the long list of the ones I already have. More than likely I would just turn the knowledge into some form of agoraphobia.
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25 / M / Louisiana
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nope, i would find it hard to resist being an ass when the day would be getting near.
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28 / M / Canada
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I, for one, would like to know. Random deaths are so lame. If I knew how it was going to happen, I could make sure I sorted out everything with the people I know first. I'm the type who holds their relationships as a higher priority than their achievement, so closure is more important than doing everything I want to with my life. Trying for those things with the time I have is enough for me. But I don't want to die out of the blue and waste my potential to be a memorable character. Death scenes and the scenes leading up to them are so ubiquitous to fiction for a reason: a person's final moments are often their most poignant. I'd want to try my best to make sure that's the case for me as well.
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18 / M / California
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the question is would you like to know how you die or when?
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Posted 7/14/13
I would want to know to see if my time is wasted already. But if I got at least 10 more years, then I could actually care less.
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No, because then you'd just be living in fear and that's not really living at all.

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I wouldn't mind knowing.
I've been in a coma before or so i've been told..don't really care to remember my past. I'd probably forget knowing my appointed time of death too.
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19 / M / America
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If you knew you were going to die, you'll probably be spending the rest of your life worrying about instead of using the time to enjoy life. So no.
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24 / F / Chittenango, New...
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I don't care to be honest only because if I do know when I'm going to die there is no way to change that.
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If that happens i would live in fear for the rest of my life : 3 like you been thinking that final destination moment . T~T
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24 / M / United States
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Well, considering the fact I'm supposed to be dead 6 times already (Nearly stillborn, Lead poisoning, Infected gunshot wound, Car accident, etc.) I would love to be told what finally does me in and when, so I could be ready for it, camera in hand, set to auto-upload to YouTube.
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29 / M / US
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No way! Why would I want to know when I would pass on to the next life? That would kill my whole "living life to the fullest" objective I'm currently doing.
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27 / M / New Hampshire
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Posted 7/16/13 , edited 7/16/13
I would want to know. That way I could enjoy the time I had with my friends and family. By knowing when I die I feel like it would lift a burden that may otherwise be upon in my later age.


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