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    #16
    I'm sure there is some direct correlation between the high-risk takers and their levels of injuries. No heavy guesstimations on this, unless those members argue me wrong here.
    I as a C4, albiet a husband and father, I would still prefer to have my loved ones remember me as someone unafraid to help himself. Yet, I'd be a liar if I claimed not to be afraid of death. As a high quad suffering chronic and severe neuro pain I have to believe that death hurts less. Ultimately, with all of the ills I must now face being in my new condition I must be dying a slow death anyway. I'd much rather have my loved ones remember as the strong, active, and attractive man that I was, as opposed to the mess I currently resemble.
    Just my view...

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      #17
      Life is a heavy as a moutain; death is as light as a feather.
      "No mother on either side could say that whatever was won was worth my son"--Steve Mason

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        #18
        50% in a minute.WR

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          #19
          give me a 5% chance of living...jay

          Please get us out of this mess!
          Today is one day closer to The Cure

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          • #20
            Interesting results thus far...

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