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Subject: RE: RE: RE: RE: Thimgs i hate about getting olfer
Date: Monday, October 08, 2018
Time: 12:17:31 PM
Remote Address: 126.96.36.199
Message ID: 318067
Parent ID: 318056
Thread ID: 318047
I have no idea how long I have but I hope its a while.
I recall reading many moons ago that as long as your parents didn't die at any age in an accident or from drugs, etc, to figure out how long you might live was to take both of their ages they were when they died, and divide that by 2, and that's around how long you should live. If that's the case, I should make it to 90! Yet I don't expect to live anywhere as long as that, as my mom lived to 92 and lived a very clean life, she did no drugs, never smoked anything, and only drank one glass of wine a day (I never once saw her drunk) and once in a while she had a beer. But she did have to put up with second hand smoke from both her dad when she was a kid, and from my dad too, for many years until he finally quit smoking, that, and she was totally addicted to coffee - for years she drank 17 cups a day, but was down to 2 or 3 cups a day when she passed away.
I on the other hand did a lot of drugs in my youth, as so many of my fellow baby boomers friends did. Yet unlike my dad, I never smoked tobacco, and I think the fact he did and stopped when I was about 11 or 12, was one reason why I never smoked, since I hated the second hand smoke as a kid and as an adult. Both of my 2 spouses smoked cigs big time, but I never allowed them to smoke in our house (other than weed I allowed - but even that was to be done in only one room of the house). My first and last wife (same gal, we did a lot of breaking up and getting back together throughout the years, and I married my second wife during one of those breakups) finally stopped smoking once they found a spot on her lungs. She didn't smoke for the last 10 years of her life and had she not stopped, she more than likely won't have had those last 10 years. But lung cancer got her and killed her in 2011.
I'm curious about the future of humanity. If I have a time machine it would be awfully tempting to go forward and see what happens.
Yeah, I think most wish that along with never dying. But I don't, I just imagine what I think things will be like 50 to 100 years from now, but I don't worry about it either, other than I would like to know things will be safe in 50 years time for my kids, grandkids, and great grandkids.
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