"I know all about it," said the voice of Margie. "They scan your brain, take your memories of your spouse, and make a program you can talk to—just once, one year later—to say goodbye. For closure." But when Terry finally talks to Margie's ghost, is closure what he really feels? And if not, what does it mean to hang up?
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