Throw Up
"In the last weeks of his life,
Ted, a high school senior,
drew fantasy cartoons
and recorded his thoughts
in a secret code that only a
close friend could decipher.
Part of Ted's decoded obituary,
written shortly before he
killed himself read:

'My I.Q. is one-hundred and fourty-two.
My mind is diseased, that I know.
I am going to kill myself.
What a relief it was.
I am so much better now.
You cannot do wrong when you are dead.
Time is infinite and we are at the beginning.'"


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