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flowman
10th Apr 2005, 12:12
Here is a useful calculator to work out your date of death.
http://www.deathclock.com/
Mine was in the past so if you don't hear from me again, cheerio! It was a pleasure to know you all.

Ooh! I changed from "sadistic" to "normal" and got an extra 27 years!

airship
10th Apr 2005, 12:24
I shall die on Sat. October 16th 2027.
Unless I stop smoking, in which case I shall die on Sat. September 9th, 2034.
Unless I stop worrying about my pension, in which case I shall only depart on Weds. November 1st, 2056.
No flowers thanks. Donations to PPRuNe Old Mods Benevolent Fund.

Jerricho
10th Apr 2005, 13:50
Personal Death Day = Feb 9 2047.

Yeah, that shows that pesky meteor that's gonna hit in in 2037. Up yours rock.

Big Tudor
10th Apr 2005, 14:37
Oh great, I'm gonna pop me clogs 8 months after I retire. Oh well, suppose I can cancel the pension contributions then. :(

tart1
10th Apr 2005, 14:44
This is just an advert in disguise ......... if you go on to find out how to delay your death clock you are put onto a site selling supplements. :*

flowman
10th Apr 2005, 16:49
Shouldn't they be trying to sell funerals?
According to them I should be booking my bonfire for 2032. Still, at least I don't have to look before I cross the road anymore. Or read "best before" dates.

7006 fan
10th Apr 2005, 18:34
10th October 2035 for me, can't complain at that, will be in my 70's and given I might have been dead 5 years ago any time is welcome

:ok:

McAero
10th Apr 2005, 18:55
2nd January 2057. I'll make sure that's a good new year celebration. :E

Atlas Shrugged
11th Apr 2005, 00:31
Jerricho, me too!

Personal Day of Day = Feb 9 2047.

I'll be 84 by then!

CoodaShooda
11th Apr 2005, 00:45
I clicked the button three times without changing my details and got:

29 December 2052
16 December 2040
14 January 2045

That should take care of the schizophrenia :E

Jerricho
11th Apr 2005, 01:18
I'll be 84 by then!

No sh*t???? Me too.

Wanna go for beers on Feb 8? I'm buying.

Buster Hyman
11th Apr 2005, 02:48
2017!?!? Crikey!

According to my Palm reader I was going to live to 92!!! Oh well...its party time !!!:ok:

Atlas Shrugged
11th Apr 2005, 03:05
Absolutely......................if I can remember ;)

hercboy
11th Apr 2005, 05:27
hey we can even buy death clock mearchandice woo!!!
http://www.cafepress.com/deathclock

hey apparently britney spears is goin to die on the Sunday, February 13, 2061

and gourge bush is goin to die on the Wednesday, September 10, 2014.

it is just a advertising thing but if u look at it its pretty much saing we dont have long to live so get laid in the shade and have fun in the sun

Atlas Shrugged
11th Apr 2005, 05:50
hey apparently britney spears is goin to die on the Sunday, February 13, 2061 Jerricho, perhaps we should pencil in 13/2/61 too! :E :E

flowman
11th Apr 2005, 05:57
Would it be a good thing or a bad thing to know ones date with destiny. I can see a few advantages for life insurance, pensions and so on. A friend of mine who was given six months to live was able to sort out all his affairs (including teaching his wife to drive and sorting her out with a car) and say all his farewells before he fell off his twig.
I would be able to notify the mods at Pprune that I wouldn't be back (how DO we find out when one of our number has logged off for the final time?)
Don't think I would want to know though, especially if it was tomorrow. Surely the element of surprise is half the fun!

M_JosephA320
11th Apr 2005, 06:52
My personal death date was Feb 19 1993, I was wondering what that smell was!

Loose rivets
11th Apr 2005, 07:58
Yea....funny that. Mine's in 94.

How to extend...life extension lot? HA!!!!!

My Brother in law spends a fortune on the Mag pills gym etc etc and tells me all about it while he's having a fag:ooh:

Krystal n chips
11th Apr 2005, 10:01
Jerricho-----I admire your otimism here----as your days are already numbered :p --as for me--probably later today or early tomorrow if I don't get my ae of this PC and do some work--slowly, painfully and with a hint of refined sadism c/o Ms K n C :ok:

Evening Star
11th Apr 2005, 10:22
Apparently I am also one of those numbered amongst the dead, having died in 2000. For a small fee I am willing to pass messages on to your ancesters.

Alternatively, if I bring my bmi down a bit I will make it to 2013, turning up my clogs just before my 50th birthday. Am not amused. Seems my pessimistic outlook on life has a big effect on my outlook. Memo to self: 'Cheer up you miserable old bugger'.

Pinky the pilot
11th Apr 2005, 13:30
Hmmm interesting. July 28th 2040 which means that I'll be just shy of my 86th.
Sorry, but I intend to get to 98 and then be shot by someones jealous husband!!:E :E

You only live twice. Once when
you're born. Once when
you've looked death in the face.

Jerricho
11th Apr 2005, 17:02
Who wants to lend me a couple of million dollars??? :E I'll pay you back, promise.

corky83
11th Apr 2005, 20:25
30 December 2034. Hopefully the result of a tragic Christmas Cracker related accident. Oh, and I'll be 51. And I don't get to go the the New Years Party. Great.

Corky.

Southern Scottie
11th Apr 2005, 21:04
Given the state of my likely pension, I don't think I can afford to die at all.

fritzi
11th Apr 2005, 21:18
Goodie, im gonna die the day after I turn 100. :*

J.A.F.O.
11th Apr 2005, 22:02
31 - 3 - 2051

Given my lifestyle I think that's bloody good. I checked my BMI as well and should be 7'1". If I were the pessimistic type I'd only have 5 years left - so keep smiling. :}

Anyway, I've decided to have a heart attack and fall off my mount at the age of 103.

Flik Roll
12th Apr 2005, 00:53
Tuesday May 6 2064

Jeeze I will only be 84!

Good job there is no 'occupation' option...pilot would probably take another 20 yrs off!

Say again s l o w l y
12th Apr 2005, 01:16
2073 for me. Hmm, I must go out and have more fun and try to bring that down a bit.

hercboy
12th Apr 2005, 03:16
i found this on another web site but cant remember the fighter pilots toast

Here's to me in my sober mood
As I ponder, sit and think.
And here's to me in my drunken mood
As I gamble, sin and drink.
When my flying days are over
And from this world I pass
I hope they bury me upside down
So the world can kiss my ass.

but the part i like most is

When my flying days are over
And from this world I pass
I hope they bury me upside down
So the world can kiss my ass.

Atlas Shrugged
12th Apr 2005, 03:19
Look what I found...........

Dead People Server (http://dpsinfo.com/dps/anames.html#top)

:ugh:

watergate
12th Apr 2005, 14:35
I smoke and I am too fat but I will die at the age of 92 on 19. January 2042.
That came as a surprise to me. ;)

flowman
12th Apr 2005, 21:13
watergate, if you give up smoking and lose a bit of weight you could live to be 150!

Better to keep smoking I think.:uhoh:

Davaar
12th Apr 2005, 22:22
It has to come sometime, but meanwhile to Frau Davaar:

"Darling, I am growing old,
Silver threads among the gold
Shine upon my brow today,
Life is fading fast away.
But, my darling, you will be,
Always young and fair to me,
Yes, my darling, you will be,
Always young and fair to me."

tony draper
12th Apr 2005, 22:35
Better to go with a bang rather than a whimper.
:rolleyes:

tony draper
12th Apr 2005, 22:48
Many here are very chuffed Mr Davaar has returned, including me.
:rolleyes:

flowman
12th Apr 2005, 23:01
Perhaps the esteemed Mr Davaar has found out using the death clock that he is about to fall off his twig. It's at times like this that friends should rally together to support the poor chap in his hour of need.
Oh! We will need to buy in some beer for the wake.

airship
12th Apr 2005, 23:30
Very chuffed indeed :ok: But perhaps with a question mark concerning the subject matter...?

flowman
12th Apr 2005, 23:36
Having put my expertise of English literature to good use and studied Davaars poem it would seem he's enjoying the company of a young lady who gives her fair share to the old fella.
No wonder he stopped Ppruning!
No wonder he's close to death, but what a way to go!
Good on you Davaar.

I quite like those little slices of pork pies with my pint as well, and chipolatas with little sticks in them always seem to appear at these gatherings.

It'll be quite a send off:ok:

RiskyRossco
13th Apr 2005, 08:01
Agree with all in M. Davaar's favour. So there. :}

But, truth be told, why all this hooplah over 'when'?

Is it not a rum thing nobody but nobody seems to consider 'where'?

One is agreeably unequivocal in one's assurance that one's destination, after that brief step through the veil, is a happy place. Not a hot place. :ok:
All packed and have the ticket. Only thing left to do is keep a lookout for the relevant bus. . . :D

allan907
13th Apr 2005, 08:59
Got him before the rest of you! See "All on my own" thread.



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