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Plan For Death

Yesterday was a bit busy, which is why I didn't post yesterday. First thing in the morning I went to a seminar on setting up a will and other peripheral documents: living will, power of attorney for healthcare, power of attorney for finances. Whee.

I did learn it would be useful for any long-lost rich relatives to die and leave me everything in 2010, as there won't be any estate tax that year. I mentioned this to Lisa, and she thinks we ought to watch the news for sudden demises by various billionaires.

In the evening Lisa and I went on a tour of a local pediatrician practice. Nice place, seems well-organized, they promise same-day sick visits (a big practice, so lots of doctors on hand), and it's pretty close by the house, which would be useful. So I'm sure we'll go with them. One more thing off the list. 68 days to go.

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Behold the robotic wrestling skills of OmniZero.2! Why am I not surprised the Japanese are into this?