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A Son’s Race to Give His Dying Father Artificial Immortality

Submitted by on July 22, 2017 – 8:29 pm No Comment

The first voice you hear on the recording is mine. “Here we are,” I say. My tone is cheerful, but a catch in my throat betrays how nervous I am. Then, a little grandly, I pronounce my father’s name: “John James Vlahos.”

Source: A Son’s Race to Give His Dying Father Artificial Immortality 

My Comments:
Pretty interesting piece.  I might look into doing this for my kids and hopefully grandkids.

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