Isn't that a logical fallacy though? If death is the end of life, and we're all equal in death, then doesn't that mean all our lives are equally valuable?
That's two things, not just one thing we're equal in. That and we're all stupid faggots, we're up to three now.
I rest my case.
If we are talking about the act of death: Some deaths are long, drawn-out, painful, and/or humiliating. Some are comfortable, quick and peaceful.
If we are talking the state of the human after death: Some are left where they died to decompose, some are cremated, some are buried in a casket, some are later exhumed, some are remembered fondly, some are forgotten, some are so hated in life that their bodies have to be buried below a layer of concrete (George Pullman), and others who lived life under-appreciated and impoverished are given second life as their accomplishments or creations are discovered.
So no. Johan is just spouting off edgy nonsense.
We all die. That is fact. And when we are dead, then we are equal. Don't spout pretentious nitpicking, fags.
>And when we are dead, then we are equal.
Unless hell and heaven exist
Easy refutation: People also get born, thus all humans share at the very least two things and I don't think I would have a hard time coming up with more.
Afterlife, heaven and hell, are things that we cannot confirm while we are alive.
>implying kings are equal in death to beggars
I don't think I'll have a TV spot reserved for my funeral.
You would be dead, it's not like you'd care.