The right number would just be forever
Yeah, so I’d like to live forever. I realize that’s a big number, so big it doesn’t even exist. And I imagine that at some point in the future, maybe a billion or so years from now, or perhaps 10 billion, or maybe a trillion, or a quintillion, or a gajillion — you get the idea — I’ll probably be sitting alone in some distant galaxy wishing I answered this question, “Oh, I don’t know, maybe 100?”, but in the meantime, for now, it’s forever.
Why? Three main reasons.
One, by living forever, I get to see everything. medical science advance Men on Mars, the Mets to catch up with my Miracle winning another World Man status, as I don’t Series, things like that. want to live forever in a
Two, it would be cool bed. I’d like to live forever to hang out with my at age 27, which would obviously great-great-great-greatgreat-great-great-greatgreat-great-great-greatgreat-great-great-greatgreat-great-great-greatgreat-great-great-great-great-great-great-greatgreat-great-great-greatgreat-great-great-great mean we’d need some time travel tech or high end med tech or some laser gun rays or something. I’d read a lot of books. Listen to a lot of music. I’d love a lot of women, but I’d make sure to ask grandchild, first and I’d never do anything
Three, this would guarantee to get involved in a I wouldn’t have to sex scandal, because apparently face my greatest fear: those things Dying before the “Star stick nowadays. Wars” saga is complete. So yeah. Forever is a Not just the Skywalker nice round number. I’ll family stuff; I mean the be the guinea pig for this whole thing. I want to be one. around for the last gasp of this franchise. I’m invested, what can I say.
Ideally, I’d like to see Jeff Edelstein is a columnist for The Trentonian.