A friend of mine told me about a site he found on the web called “Death Clock,” or something like that. He said you answer a few questions, like date of birth, where you live, health status, if you drink alcohol or smoke cigarettes, and your overall outlook on life. Based upon your answers, the app will come back at you with the date you are projected to die.
Now I’m not obsessed with death or anything, but I thought it might be interesting to find out what these sites projected my death date to be. So I Googled “Death Clock.”
The first site I went to, dealthcock.com, told me I have a little over two years to live.
I didn’t particularly like that answer so I tried a different site, death-clock.org, and, surprise surprise, I got a different, and better, answer:
That gives me about 12 1/2 years. Woo hoo!
But then I tried a third site and the answer wasn’t so good:
I’m already dead, according to fatefulday.eu.
So either two years and two months, 12 years and six months, or I’m already dead and living on borrowed time.
And to think I didn’t believe in an afterlife. Apparently, I’m already there and it’s inside of the WordPress app!