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DrunkenBoat Donating Member (584 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Sep-29-11 02:03 AM
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62. he "should" have? if you think most smokers die at 57, you must have led
Edited on Thu Sep-29-11 02:04 AM by DrunkenBoat
a sheltered life.

I know more non-smokers that died young than smokers. Two in my immediate family, one from a one-in-a-million disease, one from a heart attack at 45 (my non-smoking, non-drinking, straight arrow grandfather). also one that nearly died at 30 from hanta virus.

Most of my family is very clean-living, but all the smokers save one are either still alive or died in their 70s-80s. And the one smoker that died at 67 had a hereditary disease.

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