Dr. Ezekiel Emmanuel said he wanted to pack it in when he turned seventy-five, in an article in The Atlantic.
It's a free country. Who am I, to disagree? As Scrooge said, it would decrease the surplus population.
He's noble to want to get out of the way; moreover, he's not telling us what to do, nor does he advocate suicide; he just wouldn't accept life-extending medical procedures.
Isn't he considerate? Only telling us what he would do? Maybe the Swedish Academy should award him a Nobel Prize for selflessness.
I turned seventy-five the other day, and I haven't decided what to do!
I think I'll have another cup of coffee. I might get a haircut tomorrow. Or, maybe not?