X-Message-Number: 10609
Date: Sun, 18 Oct 1998 19:31:41 -0700 (MST)
From:  (Dave & Trudy Pizer)
Subject: Re: CryoNet #10604

At 05:00 AM 10/18/98 -0400, CryoNet wrote:
>CryoNet - Sun 18 Oct 1998
>    #10604: For Thomas Nord [Peter Merel]
>Message #10604
>Date: Sat, 17 Oct 1998 09:38:42 -0700
>From: Peter Merel <>
>Subject: For Thomas Nord
>>[Thomas Nord's flamage of Keith Lynch deleted]
>Thomas, you have to remember that cryonet is over ten years old.f archiving
>entire assortment of rambles, flames, and occasional moments of pith


>To live for a long time means learning to accept and accomodate other people.
>No one without compassion and flexibility can endure, because lacking such
>qualities they will inevitably build a reaction against themselves in others
>that will overwhelm them. Though some here have occasionally seemed to feel
>that cryonic suspension can circumvent such a reaction, in fact, vulnerable 
>in one's dewar, about the only thing that will improve the chances of safe
>passage and timely revival is a history of pleasing words, memorable works and
>fast friends.

Another thing that may also help  A LOT is having a trust fund that gives a
rather generous bonus to the directors of any company that eventually
reanimates you.

I've seen this used by several wealthy cryoncists in their personal trusts.

Dave Pizer

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