Originally Posted by AcidFlashGordon
pay for the procedure and "upkeep" through a life insurance policy. I
pay the premiums (and it's paid in full) and no one else. Unless the insurance company goes belly-up, no one else is involved in the financial end of keeping my old a$$ frozen.
OK, but it is like buying property on Mars, isn't it? By the time we get there will it really be worth it?
I mean by the time they are able to cure whatever killed you, do you really want to be alive in that old worn out body you died in? I am thinking that eternal life would get really old after awhile.