If you had the choice would you want to know when and how you were going to die?
why or why not?... what about a loved one?
No to both possibilities regardless of my own death or the death of my loved one. It is difficult enough to know that death is inevitable without having to know the exact date and method. What if the way you died was going to be murder? I don't want to know that.
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