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    1. hillarious. I’m not sure if that cops would get confused about what to do with your lifeless body, but assuming your next of kin knew you well enough, hopefully they’d understand that it only refers to your PC.

      on a related note:

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    3. repost comment from the Gawker thread:

      “When I die, I want my blog comments sprinkled in the Pacific Ocean.”

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