From: jdnic...@panix.com (James Nicoll)
Date: 22 Feb 2003 17:18:37 -0500
Local: Sat, Feb 22 2003 5:18 pm
Subject: Re: Haunted by passage describing space shuttle crash from Niven's "Inferno"
In article <b38s93$1jej6...@ID-7529.news.dfncis.de>,
Karl M Syring <syr...@email.com> wrote:
>Robert Carnegie wrote on Sat, 22 Feb 2003 11:00:28 +0000:I find this varies considerably from near-death experience
>> In article <Xns932A215DE245AjaNOSPAMschrumpfy...@24.48.
>> 107.54>, Jamie Schrumpf <jaNOSPAMschru...@yahoo.com>
>>>Thanks for posting. I only hope that it might have been as painless and
>> Don't dwell on it. You could get trapped in a crashed burning
>The human brain takes care of the problem automatically. You
to near-death experience. For example, having a wandering loonie
break down the door of my game store to look for women was so funny
the entire concussion and pools of blood thing was a minor footnote.
Being sucked out into the Atlantic by an undertow was deeply irritating.
Having a snowback collapse on me was alarming because of the claustro-
phobia issue. The car wreck was over almost before I had time to realise
what was happening.
"Repress the urge to sprout wings or self-ignite!...This man's an
Episcopalian!...They have definite views."
Pibgorn Oct 31/02
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