Tag Archives: Laughter and Death

“The annoying thing about being an atheist is that you’ll never have the satisfaction of saying to believers: ‘I told you so’.”

- Mark Steel
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“Death is just nature’s way of telling you to slow down.”

- Dick Sharples
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“Life is a Terminal Disease. No One Gets Out Alive. Enough Already.”

- Paul Williams' mother's comment as her body fails
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“Everyone Needs to Eat.”

"I once heard of a man who baffled scientists with his reputed ability to forgo eating for years on end, and well, that man is dead." - Zach Golden
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When A Daughter Has Had More Than Enough of Her Father – Even in Death

We reprint a New York Times story from the Metropolitan Diary Column

Dear Diary: My sister and I were tending plants at her Manhattan community garden when a woman approached and asked whether the ashes of her recently deceased father might be spread in the garden. Before my sister had a chance … Continue reading

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