I would like to think I would have the composure to thank the person who blows my zombie-addled brains all over the wall… one can only hope. 😉
Jay-Em called it. Phil was asking to be put out of misery.
I guess Phil and Mike now realize, after the fact, that being a walking corpse is actually much worse than being dead.
Death has it’s use. Living forever would be detrimental for creativity. One would constantly think “Nah there’s time enough, why do things now..”
And “living” as a rotting heap of flesh? Ever more decaying? I find getting older and balder excruciating enough 😆
Well, that certainly fits the Lady’s history of releasing those who, explicitly or implicitly, are seeking release.
There’s room to ponder whether he meant thanks for release, or simply thanks for interrupting the impulse he couldn’t restrain… but I think the tear nails the interpretation.
I’m still wondering how much of this Eleanor and those who sent her simply didn’t care about, how much was expected, how much was wanted… and how much Eleanor and those who sent her might disagree…
No! Not my beautiful face! D:
that or NOOOOO that’s MY gun D: but yeah, if he tries to bring back his friends again after this…i say they should kill him right away 😛
I guess one of the morals here is “beware of what promises you commit to” — as a special case of “never invoke what thou canst not banish.”
Jay-Em: So lazyness and creativity are opposites to you?
I do think that transformations are good for creativity. Not for the reason you stated, but rather because it’s good to shake things up a bit now and again, get some new perspectives. The human lifespan seems way too short to me, though, but I guess that kinda depends on how much death actually changes. Gotta hate not knowing.
Hurrying and creativity don’t go all that well together, I think. One needs to take the time to just observe things. If I said “Nah there’s time enough, why do things now..”, then in truth I would probably be spending time on something that was more interesting to me anyway. I’d call that creative use of time.
Living ‘forever’ is overrated. Try eternal youth- ‘as in, the aging process is arrested’. Now THAT rocks. You can still get croaked, have a fatal accidnet, get killed by an enemy, and while a decently healthy body will have- and devlop- excellent immunity, you could still wander over something very different and get sick, maybe even die. This just takes a mild change to the genes, and a slightly better immune system- and replication error correction improvement in the way our cells handle gene maintenance. And best of all, it’s possible.
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