Spoiler Alert: You're Going to Die at the End - New York Times

I mean, when you put your mind to it — which I do a lot lately because I watch quite a bit of what I call Paranoia Television — how many ways to expire can you come up with? Hit by a bus, flattened by a meteor, crushed by the neighbor’s pet python, maybe a dozen others. Surely there can’t be more than 1,000 ways to die.

Writing those words now, I can’t believe that a mere 30 minutes ago I was so naïve. That was before I watched “Curious & Unusual Deaths,” a series that has its premiere Friday on Discovery Fit & Health . What exactly is fit and healthy about dying isn’t clear to me, but what is clear is that I’ll be lucky to finish writing this review before I am struck...

Tulsa, Oklahoma - Strange Light Caught on TV News and Meteor Webcam - March 23, 2011 - NASA ASGARD

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