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    (Original post by bobby147)
    Wow.I genuinely have nothing valid to counter that last sentence. I was thinking to argue maybe the process of death could be bad,but that would not answer your point,plus in some situations such as torture ,death would even be seen as a positive.

    I also realised from a religious point of view,your argument still seems to holds since a religious person would believe the afterlife would be necessarily be better than the one on Earth,so death would not be seen as a bad thing from their point of view as well.

    I guess the only thing i could say is the thought that death brings for most people and the impact it may have on the relatives and fear it may bring to the living,but that does not answer why it is bad for the person in question who died.

    I have no reply .And after 20 hours of no sleep,yet you are still over powered in debating :getmecoat:.King's taught you well .
    Not my argument btw- Epicurus
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    (Original post by queenofswords)
    Not my argument btw- Epicurus
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    That name sounds really familiar ,isn't there a TSR user named the good Epicurean ?
    I like the honesty though .
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    That name sounds really familiar ,isn't there a TSR user named the good Epicurean ?
    It's unlikely they are the actual Epicurus. But you never know...
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    If you are good at and enjoy the degree then that's the most employable degree for you
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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    It's unlikely they are the actual Epicurus. But you never know...
    He would have made Epicurus proud judging from his style of debating,he was pretty good.
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    Based on visiting job sites, I think programmers/web developers are always wanted.
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    (Original post by Oneiropólos)
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    Medicine, Nursing and Healthcare courses (audiology, cardiac physiology, radiography, physiotherapy etc.)
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    Anything NHS related, teacher training degrees e.g primary education, engineering, maths/ accountancing courses that have tonnes of work placements in them.
 
 
 
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