From Time Magazine:
Brain death is death. It has nothing to do with being a coma. It does not refer to a permanent vegetative state. It does not refer to being severely brain damaged. Comatose (unconscious) patients recover all the time. In fact, physicians often use medications to temporarily place a patient into a coma to aid in recovery. Vegetative patients have lost (temporarily or permanently) most of their higher brain functions. Recovery is more rare in these cases, but a lot depends upon the amount and type of injury that has been done to the brain. These patients, such as Terri Schiavo, are still alive, whether they recover from their brain injuries or not.
Essentially this is a Coke Slurpee. Way too good on a hot day.
Relax Malaysia will be fine. You will be fine. We all will be fine. It is fine if you want to discuss policies and ideas, but lets stop with the fear mongering shall we?
Doing it to yourself is one thing, but harming others is far worse. Kids are an especially vulnerable group and are easily affected by poor decision making by adults. Your actions speak louder than words. Be considerate.
Sorry about the GIF. It's getting late, I'm too tired and this was too funny. :)