Bad Timing

“What do you think happens to us when we die?”

“Are you kidding me?”

“No.”

“Well, if I’m really lucky, I won’t have to have these kinds of conversations when I’m dead.”

“Come on. Be serious.”

“I am. Why do you always bring up such morbid topics?”

“Aren’t you curious about what comes next?”

“Sure. I mean, I guess. But who knows? There’s only one way to find out, and I’m not very eager to do so today.”

“But what do you think?”

“Look, I get that you are stressed out; I’m stressed out, too. And I know that talking – a lot – is how you deal with stress. Right now, though, we have to defuse this bomb. So maybe we can put the topic of death on hold until we’re finished here, yeah?”

“Fine.”

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