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Flying Binghi
27th May 2008, 06:14
ABC Australia tells you when you should die :hmm:

This and other fun childrens games and storys at -


27th May 2008, 06:32
What a load of cobblers; apparently I should have died 36 years ago :} :rolleyes:



Dan D'air
27th May 2008, 06:57
apparently I should have died 36 years ago

Wasn't that when you moved to Norfolk Whirls?? Spot on then, IMHO!!:O

Howard Hughes
27th May 2008, 07:35
Bloody Greenies, they shoud all be taken out and shot! Except Mrs Hughes of course...;)

27th May 2008, 07:42
Wasn't that when you moved to Norfolk Whirls??
Nah, that was only three years ago!!! I'm alive; it's the rest of the county that's dead! :}



27th May 2008, 11:31
mine said 16.1 ... hehehe should've been meaner! :8

Solid Rust Twotter
27th May 2008, 12:26
Are they still banging on about the carbon thing? Thought that had been shot down a while ago...

27th May 2008, 12:33
One should have died at age 4,4 years. Hmm, about right, one started school at age 4,4 years.

27th May 2008, 18:39
I couldn't get the link to work, but if you try http://www.deathclock.com you'll get just as unreliable results.
According to that I'll live until I am 84 years 3 months and 3 days old, I know for a fact that Iam off below a lot sooner than that...:p:E

27th May 2008, 19:12
I couldn't get the link to work

Ha! It was nice to you. When I tried to access the link I got this reply.


27th May 2008, 19:43
Like con-pilot I was forbidden access to the site and, interestingly enough, when I checked my date of death on the deathclock - first with honest BMI and then with optimistic <25 BMI - I got the same date!!! Oh well.. 10 November 2033 it is then! :ok: Odd that, I would have thought a reduced BMI would have increased lifespan :hmm:

27th May 2008, 23:12
25th August 2050 for me! Should be nice weather in Derry for my funeral but I'll miss Newbury Show!!



28th May 2008, 00:49
Who to trust? :hmm:

Deathclock says 10 November 2030.

Dr Whatsisface says I can live forever. :ooh:

Think I'll go with Deathclock. Can't afford to live forever and how can you trust a greenie anyway?

Bit of a concern to see our National Broadcaster running such a strong line in propaganda though. :*

28th May 2008, 01:30
Per Deathclock I died in 2003. I guess that means I can start taking unnecessary risks.


28th May 2008, 07:00
Dangg...me before kindergarden :}

28th May 2008, 07:06
Don't worry about a death clock. It's bu11$#!t

More useful to find out where you are going to die.

Then just don't go there.

28th May 2008, 07:27
What makes you think the weather will be any good in Derry the year or the month, or is that a different Derry from the one I know in NI?

28th May 2008, 08:37
thrashing myself at the gym every day, watching what i eat, running every night, and weighing 88kg (193lbs), i die in october 2041.

drinking beer, eating meat, pizza, takeaways, and running for show once a week, weighing 225lbs (apparantley obese!), i die in january 2041.

hardly worth the worry.....

28th May 2008, 22:18
According to the check, I used all my gas allowance before I was 3.6 years old, and there was no mention of passing wind. So now I know i'm going to live for ever, they've allready booked me as dead....:ok: :} :yuk:

Life's a Beech
28th May 2008, 23:56
That is really, really silly. I should have died at 3.4 years, apparently, but then I wasn't using quite so much then, as I wasn't flying over 40,000 km/year, not having a licence until I was 19, and not even taking a holiday flight until 15. They wouldn't even let me drive a car, but then since my family couldn't afford to own a car until I was 19 (actually I was learning to fly when my parents bought it) that made little difference. This is just red nonsense wrapped in a green mantle. Typical of envirokooks.

29th May 2008, 05:27
My grandfather knew exactly what day and time he was going to die.

The judge told him.

29th May 2008, 10:05
Life's a Beech:

As one who, according to the table, should have died at age 4,4 years I agree. However, I think that the web site is trying for a pre-emptive strike, i.e. kill us off before we contribute to messing up the world.

Problem is they are a bit late, 54 years late in my case. Perhaps they have some sort of Timecop device and can go back in time to eliminate all of us non-green party polluters before we do any damage.

Old Hairy
29th May 2008, 15:22
Dont need no bloody programme.This morning,woke up,the sun was shining.Full of the joys of spring,leap out of bed,make the full english,brew fresh pot of coffee,sit down to enjoy whilst reading my mail.First letter I open from Age Concern,"Have you made preparations for your funeral" What do they know that I dont? Completely ruined my feeling of euphoria. Its now P***ing down with rain again!:\:\

29th May 2008, 15:30
I'm gone already, surely you must have noticed my "beyond the grave" knowledge.

30th May 2008, 03:58
B*gger,I should have died last year!