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Subject: Re: Islamic Protests Date: 9/16/2012 3:55 PM
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"I think you'll live a long life, Art. Low stress. (My father was obese, a heavy smoker, a big eater, not an exerciser, and had T2 diabetes, but lived to nearly 88. He was pretty easy going.)" - alstromeria

Oh God! Don't tell me that! I was counting on leaving this Earth in my early to mid 70's. At least that is my plan. I'm hoping to only have to make my retirement account last till like 76 or so. That's only 16 years away. I just don't see any reason to live much longer than that. By then I will have accomplished my bucket list.

I had lobster with melted butter when Linda came to visit on Thursday and today for lunch we made BLTs.

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