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Actually, I like it cold.

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There is, however, a limit to me affection. Happy

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(NT) (NT) Yes, Mine is limited to ice cubes for me G&T ;)

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Hi Mo; I often wonder what is the purpose or gain of this "Cryogenics" business anyway. The body is already dead when you freeze it, right? So if you unfreeze the body at a later date, its still going to be dead, right? So what does this poor guy gain by being frozen in the first place?

Now in regards to these other 3. They were alive when froze up. Would'nt it be something if they could unfreeze these people back to life. I mean say they were 42 yrs old when they froze up. Today, 23 yrs later they would still be 42 yrs old. but, in reality they would be 65 yrs old and probably qualify for Social Security. But, I suppose they would be full of arthritis anyway so maybe not a good idea.

Just a thought. Happy

George

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I bet they'd wake up to a new technological world...

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where every room had a full-wall, solar-powered TV.

Decisions, decisions: after having been frozen for 23 years, would they rather go and sit in the sun, or watch the 23-year-old re-runs on the TV?

From your post, many moons ago, I wonder if they will still have chefs "spinning" pizzas? Probably not, methinks, therefore probably best to freeze a couple of chefs and have them woken up at the same time... Well, if the Egyptians had the forethought to be mummified with the posessions they were likely to need in the after-life, I don't see why I can't "go" with a chef, wine-waiter, hairdresser - oh yes, and, darn it, a couple of tubes of arthritis cream. Each to his own Happy

Regards
Mo

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