"I don't know how it rates in terms of laughs-per-minute."
This weekend, at least 12,000 asylum seekers crossed into Austria and Germany after Austria opened its border with Hungary.
Terms like "aid in dying" paint a better picture of end-of-life decisions, and could give people with terminal illnesses a way to work around laws.
The sticking point, of course, is what constitutes a justifiable reason to kill yourself – or have a doctor do so for you.
It's not all snuffling in the necks of golden Labrador puppies – a graduate vet faces low pay, nights on call spent un-twisting dogs' stomachs and helping cats come down off their owners' heroin.
The stories of four people who directly caused someone else's death in one way or another.
According to Australian law, suicide is legal, but assisting suicide is murder. So how does euthanasia advocate Philip Nitschke sell his suicide equipment? According to him, it's for home brewing.
That means acknowledging that the medical establishment does a pretty lousy job at preparing people to die.
According to Nitschke, every adult should know how to end their life.
More humane than human.