Thousands of years from right ******* now they'll find us decorated in the 21st century version of hundreds of fox teeth strung together on lines of hair and they'll speculate our importance to the tribe. They won't know our sharing of posts about out of state listings for our jobs making more money with more paid time off. They won't care that we often got home the afternoon of the day following the morning we left for work and in this way they'll resemble best from our point of view the folks who employ us. Will crypts be discovered hewn deep into the living rock of our dying Earth or will we have to find our dead through the thousands of lines of scrolling text that we leave behind us when we go? And if so... What is the value of human life? The price point, as econ 101 would have asked me to specify, to be immaculate in my words. Allow for this question to haunt us all: How much? How many crumpled peices of cloth infused paper with numbers printed on them for the sanctity missing? In dollars, what is the cost of a human soul? Sure, once in the past, it was invaluable but late stage capitalism has taught us some new lessons and I'll bet it's got a value now. I'll bet its dropped already. Appreciably.