Category Archives: That talk (series)

A pivot to novels

To my loyal followers of EOL2Die4 – I have not forgotten about you.  I’ve just taken up longer writing projects, and The Last Hypothesis is the result of one such project.  Check out my new website (www.lcpaoletti.com) for details, including … Continue reading

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Published!!

As I promised in my last post, I set out to create a book with the panels from this blog.  Well, after several delays, fits and starts, it is now available for purchase as an ebook or free if you … Continue reading

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No, I’m not dead yet.

Last week’s (12/20/2012) marked the 101st EOL2Die4 strip to be posted.  It was going to be the 100th post but then the tragedy in Newtown, CT happened and I was moved to create a Tribute.Today, there will be no new … Continue reading

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Obituary 101, 4 of 4

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Your thoughts?

OK, I’d like to hear from you.  What are your thoughts on this blog?  The last series of 10 panels was published over 10 weeks, so you must have some comments on this series as well as the entire blog.  … Continue reading

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Ashes to ?

Grandma’s Ashes Donated To Goodwill Goodwill is the perfect place to unload old furniture and your collection of Hawaiian shirts, but employees at one store were spooked by a recent donation. Now, police are looking for the person who dropped … Continue reading

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That Talk, 10 of 10

The three-way silence in the third panel speaks volumes as push comes to shove and the series ends with conclusion that this is just the beginning of talks on all topics relating to end of life: healthcare, proxies, estate planning, … Continue reading

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That Talk, 9 of 10

Real emotions from the father come to the surface as clueless responses from his wife only serve to raise the tone of the discussion. Attention, at least for the moment, has turned away from the son who cannot get a … Continue reading

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That Talk, 8 of 10

Broadening the discussion to include estate planning, long-term healthcare and real costs of funerals only serves to make these parents more agitated and snippy.

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That Talk, 7 of 10

The son realizes that he has to bring his sisters in on this discussion as it is not going well at all. Indeed, the family has a history is not being able to make decisions under pressure. Also, we learn … Continue reading

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