Hours to live

Question: Assume you were told you have 24 hours to live. Also assume you had an injury that left you paralyzed, you can't look back. You are told you can do 10 things within the 24 hours. You first choose to tell your family, then tell your friends, and then your acquaintances. You then choose to eat at your favorite restaurant, and so on. What should you choose to do last?

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By: jsmith123 on 10/11/17

this is really ratchet and annoying

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