Back in December former CNN host Larry King said he wants to be frozen after he dies. This way when scientists figure out how to revive the dead, King can come back to life. (As you know, he would get priority.)
It turns out King, 78 and counting, still obsesses over dying.
"Yeah, I'm afraid of death," King said in a new interview with the Los Angeles Times. "My father died at 47. I had a heart attack 25 years ago, I've had heart surgery. I think about dying almost every day."
Other sunny things King thinks about: homeless people without feet, uneaten cafeteria pastries and diapers that don't absorb.