Yeah, then you'll probably go like a drooling fool after a stroke or heart attack.
You have no idea how anyone will "probably" go.
Going of cancer would definately not be my preference.
As far as being a "drooling fool" after a stroke or heart attack, wow, you really don't understand these things at all, do you?
Very few people end up that incapacitated by strokes, especially if you do the steps that are necessary immediately when you suspect you or a loved one is having one.
As far as a heart attack, my husband had a massive heart attack back in 2000, and he's not drooling, and certainly no fool. Because he got immediate help, and is taking care of himself, including regular doctors visits, he's had 15 good years, and will most likely have many more before he sells the farm. If he hadn't yeah, he would have been dead a long time ago. Seems to me he's happy he's not.
One good thing coming out of your comments leadfoot, is that people are seeing how foolish you're being, and will be more likely choose a different way than yours.
Yes, we all indeed must die of something. I'd rather not do so of something I could have prevented, and not just leave it in the hands of Fate, and go in a painful, extended way.