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Friends come in boxes.

The problem of immortality was solved in the 21st century; it was a matter of successful brain transference. When you reached forty, your brain was removed and transferred into the head of a six-month-old infant. In that way you could get another forty years of life, then do it all over again. All you had to do was obey the laws and make no trouble. It also solved the population problem, for who would want to have a baby that would soon become a total adult stranger mentally? So there was a growing waiting period between transfers, and in the interim the disembodied brains were conscious in special boxes known as (chuckle) friendship boxes.

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  • "The problem of immortality was solved in the 21st century; it was a matter of successful brain transference. When you reached forty, your brain was removed and transferred into the head of a six-month-old infant. In that way you could get another forty years of life, then do it all over again. All you had to do was obey the laws and make no trouble. It also solved the population problem, for who would want to have a baby that would soon become a total adult stranger mentally? So there was a growing waiting period between transfers, and in the interim the disembodied brains were conscious in special boxes known as (chuckle) friendship boxes."@en

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