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“Prepare yourself. Death could happen at any moment. You could be in the middle of — “

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The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office Has a Gift Shop – Really!

They offer humor when you checkout (pun intended!)

 

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Sometimes Being Silly With A Friend Is The Best Therapy

Certainly one way to look a terminal illness square in the face - pun intended!

  Some of my favorites from the past: “I want to die like my father, peacefully in his sleep, not screaming and terrified, like his passengers.”  Meanwhile, in Heaven…Steve Jobs (1955-2011) Or read our full selection from the past here.

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George Carlin Gives Us Some Straight Talk on Death

Hilarious comedian confronts the many cliches surrounding the end of life

More from “Laughter is Medicine”: Planning Ahead How to Communicate with a Friend from Beyond the Grave “Mrs. Brown’s Misunderstanding”

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“Mrs. Brown’s Misunderstanding”

A clip of some classic British humor in which a family's discussion over their mother's dog leads to hilarious outcomes

More from “Laughter Is Medicine”: “There are three kinds of death in this world. There’s heart death, there’s brain death, and there’s being off the network.” Morty’s What if you met your best friend at a funeral?

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Alarming Data on the Dangers of Blogging

XKCD's findings on the risks we take here at SevenPonds

More from Laughter is Medicine: What if you met your best friend at a funeral? Some People Just Don’t Get Death Grand Theft Auto: The Emily Dickinson Edition

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