Friday, April 17, 2009

Illustration Friday - impossibility

I used to think dying was an impossibility...

14 comments:

  1. Me too. Now I almost think that it's a probability.

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  2. Yeah me too. Which would explain all the LSD I took (which explains a lot) when I was a teen. But fear took over and I'm over all that now. Great expression.

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  3. there's nothing more certain. my dad passed away two weeks ago.

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  4. You never know! Maybe it's true.
    It might be impossible to die, if people remember you :-)
    Nice pondering!

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  5. Possible, probable, deniable, preferable, doable. Nice to revisit your type face again.

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  6. Well, I think it's better we are mortals... At least some of us ;)

    Take care and stay alive!

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  7. yes,...and then times changes.

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  8. Same here Willie.

    Then my little brother died 10 years ago, then my mom... and then some close friends

    Sooner or later it will be you and I.

    The closer I get the less I am afraid.

    Robert

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  9. me too, but in a way we live on so maybe you are right :)

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  10. I assume "dying" in in reference to that shanghaied fish?

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  11. Yup, now we know it's inevitable. Wonderful illustration, Willie!

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  12. oh no. sleeping with fishes. i don't wanna think about that, i mean, this is really wonderful, but, ack! now i'm thinking about it and, argghh...i like that you made that pat pink, tho...that cheers it up. ')

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  13. Having just came from a viewing yesterday...at the end where there were only about 25 people or so left...and in the dead center of the room my 45 year old cousin says rather loudly to a single non-relative in the middle of the room..."yes being single can be a bit rough...sometimes you just have the urge and have to get someone and just flat out have sex...no strings attached."...and then she agreed...it too made me think not only about death, but our society in general...and hopes that I really am adopted....

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Thanks for stopping by! :-)

Willie