50th Birthday and 50th Anniversary Gifts One of the biggest numbers that people celebrate is that of "50." 50th birthdays and 50th anniversaries are great times to celebrate because both are great milestones in one s life. When a couple has been married for 50 years, it means that they have been through a lot together, and they deserve to have a great anniversary gift. When a person has been alive for 50 years, they are celebrating a great milestone too the year that is generally considered to be the middle of their life. They've had a lot of life that they've lived, but they also have a lot of life to look forward to ahead of them. Is it for your mother or father, your brother or sister, your grandmother, grandfather or even great grandparents? Do they like to travel? If so, brand new luggage might be a great gift. You might also like to give them something sentimental, like a set of television or radio programs from their childhood, or a bottle of wine from the year that they were born. This is the traditional gift for someone who is celebrating a 5oth anniversary. Or you might also want to get the couple something that they can use if they are active, they might like travel equipment, or golfing supplies, or even a gift certificate for a vacation somewhere perhaps a resort or spa hotel. At this site, you can buy, as a gift, a piece of land in all 50 states of the United States of America. Imagine the surprise of someone who is celebrating their 50th something whether it is anniversary, year working somewhere, the anniversary of an event, a friendship anniversary or a 50th birthday and the gift that they get is a one inch piece of land in all FIFTY states. This is a great gift for any event but for someone's 50th, it is even better.
51 hours left to live One thing though. is crystal clear to me, you a magnificent man, as someone else already wrote, you chose to share you last moments with us, whom probably are all strangers to you. I convinced that your words have brightened some peoples days and lives, in the same way you touched my mind.The thoughts of you dieing is extremely hard for me, you touched me in a way I didn even thought was possible.To sit down and talk to a brilliant mind like you would mean the world to me, it seriously tears me apart that you have to go, I hate it! Why must this shit happen to good people, people like you?!I an atheist but I willing to give this a shoot, if I wrong and there is a heaven/afterlife, If you can find it in your heart I would love to meet you when I leave this planet.I wish you all the best and I sincerely hope that all your last wishes are granted! You be missed by me and by a lot of other people! I bookmarked this page and I return to read you words again, probably over and over and over again. I had planned on messaging this before you had passed. It seemed important to share it. But tonight I had to work late. I am truly sorry you have had to pass of cancer. But I proud to know that there is legislature allowing someone like you to be lucid in their passing and I can honestly say I think that your memory will live on as one that changed thousands if not millions of peoples minds about allowing such legilature in their state. I know it is not the same as if you had lived. If you had been cured of cancer and were still with us today. But if you had lived your loved ones would not greive you. And we would not have had the chance to meet such an amazingly lucod, ethical, intelligent, honest, and inspirational person. I mourn the fact that you had to die publicly to inspire the masses but I think what you did was courageous and selfless and loving. I will never think of this legislature in the same way. Laws are so cold and easy to judge when they are words on paper. I will always remember you and the ability you had to inspire the world in your last days, especially when I see the legislature up for vote in my town. And I know others will feel the same way. It is ironic and beautiful that in your last days on earth your attempts to reach out to humankind and "travel the world" ended in something that might very well change it. Let us help Lucidending memory change it; as it rightfully should. As there are so many bad things out there awaiting us in the world, to crush our spirits and to take our lives. Let us insist that this life that was taken by cancer not be in vain. We love you Lucidending perhaps for selfish reasons for none of us have truly met you but you have changed all of our lives for the better, and even perhaps the world. Let it not be in vain. Aloha (which is not just hello goodbye and love but also the action of meeting one spirit) from Hawaii. Here on the 52nd hour. Once Lucid stopped posting, a few skeptics came about, and once the MEDIA got involved, it all blew up. I don know what the truth is, but I know what I believe. People are amazing. That what I believe. Whether this is a "troll" or a "hoax" or a "human dying with dignity" this certainly became a social experiment and I been held captive to read over and over for the last 51hrs. I had tears in my eyes reading what others posted about their lives and how cancer/death/life affected them. I hope they always feel good about sharing what they did, because whether there is validity in this "OP", those readers found momentary solace. To those who decided to change their lives in order to live LIFE to the fullest because of this post, I applaud you. There is always a trigger to enact change, and if it was this. you deserve it. To those who choose to brow beat the others who believe in Lucid, karma sucks. (Or those who berate against other belief in God. for shame. We are all entitled to an opinion or belief. I saw more angst against the religious than against a possible hoax. Just ignore if you disagree. IGNORE! Gloss over. Do not acknowledge. So easy. People who are religious are taught from a very young age to share their passion. I do the same about music and books. People ignore me all the time. s No need to spread hate, we have enough in this world.) It not nice to feel duped. I get it, I understand it, I been through it and I don like it either. But out of however many posts now (almost 10k) the majority rules as still feeling compassion for Lucid (someone who shared a post, did not over promote it or ask for money). Should anyone take that feeling of compassion away? I think not, compassion is also hard to come by in this day and age. Dear Lucidending. If you are in fact a man at age 39 dying (now passed) from brain cancer and choose/chose to die by your choice through the law and compassion of doctors in your state I wish you a safe travel and thank you for sharing. If you are a "troll", I hope you found what you were looking for in these posts. Good people exist, love is out there and if you are lonely, you always find a friend. If you depressed and seeking compassion, please speak to a trusted friend and just ask. I certain there would be someone to guide you. Even own up in this post. There are far more compassionate readers than haters here. Many offered to hold a dying stranger hand. To those conspiracy theorists, data junkies and truth seekers who like to point out the law, and the IV comment. has it ever occurred to you that a man dying from cancer may have mixed up the words IV and Feeding Tube? Or maybe "dumbed" down medical terminology so the "common joe" could relate? Many of us will never need a feeding tube (which, under the law is an acceptable method of drug administration) but most of us will need an IV. Not the same, but they deliver the same idea and results to those who don need to understand semantics. A very good friend of mine (age 41) who is dying of brain cancer asked me the other day to sync his walkman to his computer as he added some new podcasts. Instead of going through the technicalities, I just plugged in the ipod, and said "Done Sir, what shall I dial up for you?". I 30 and still believe in Santa Claus. Why? Because it more pleasant than not. I believe in Lucid because he made me think. If he fake, I hope my post has made him think.You seem to be relying on a red herring that IV ingestion is not allowed under the DWDA. There is no language in the act that says anything about self administered injections. The only language in the act that comes close is the part about injection is section "127.880 s.3.14. If we are to accept Lucidending claim that he will indeed receive medication which would be injected into his IV, we can infer that he will receive a vial of phenobarbitol, which he must, himself, draw into a syringe and inject into his IV picc line, a process which he would be very familiar with after his treatment for lymphoma.".