- Joseph Middaugh
- Tacoma, WA
- United States
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Is it time to embrace the idea of personal exit strategies and not burdening society in the afterlife?
Sounds cold and calculative, yes, but in theory, is there a better way to address people exiting the world (whom are determined to go) and what usually remains a crime scene, and remains unresolved. Private citizens can be inconvenienced, not to mention the beauracratic agencies and manpower required to process most scenarios. After the investigation is complete the clean up teams involved require industrial cleansers to 'mop' or 'clean the scene' so to speak, thus requiring more manpower, hours and resources. This combined with the anguish the family suffers through in the case of an early teen exit, is emotionally,mentally and physically taxing. These scenarios destroy additional families and lives in the process. In the case of long term illnesses the additional financial burdens and manipulations,when the outcome is inevitable,are criminal. One should not feel burdened on the way out by the institutions involved. This generation will rewrite the course of history, and I m grateful to witness the transition. Gay marriage is generally accepted, marijuana is gaining ground, and our decision as to how and when we want to enter the ground should be solely left to the individual.