X-Message-Number: 19117
Date: Sat, 18 May 2002 19:59:59 -0700 (PDT)
From: Driven FromThePack <>
Subject: Intrepid Expats ---->  Intrepid Cryonicists?

"The best market are people who seek adventure and are
willing to create who new lives for themselves
completely away from thier friends and families that
they grew up with, like reanimation from cryonics will
be like. These people are the American expats living
abroad, particularly in Asia. I have talked to many
people in Japan and Taiwan and many of them think that
cryonics is an interesting idea. "

I completely agree. This is one of the most perceptive
statements I have ever read on Cryonet with respect to
potential cryos. I myself am a former intrepid
wanderer of the East and Latin America. Back in the
day, I loved nothing better than to submerge myself
completely alone  in remote areas of 3rd world
countries, to find myself the only white face for
miles, living out my own Boy's Own Adventure from
those dusty books I holed up with in the library in
middle school. 

Now that I am older and married, from my observations
of the world at large, and also from the perspective
and experience of Cryonetters such as Charles Platt, I
can see how people are tied to their present life,
family and neighbors, and cannot imagine a life
without those surroundings.

If we can get to some of these expats before they set
up religious shields, we may get a few members.


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