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Yup, those years.
Yeah, but it`s the 10 years at the end, right? The drooling, strapped in a wheelchair, adult diaper years. The, "Why`s it so cold in here," years. The "Grandma/pa smells funny," years. The shovel full of pills years. The "I can`t remember my own name, let alone your`s," years. The prostate the size of a cantaloupe years. The "Get off my lawn, you damn kids!" years. The driving aimlessly at 5 miles an hour, years.
Screw that. Live fast, die young, leave a pretty corpse.
Oh god, that made my day!
Happens all the time! Walking along, accidentally trip on your high heels, whoops, I accidentally landed spread-eagled on this man lying there with his engorged member exposed just as he...
I see it 20 times a day in my Office. Damn high heels.
You`re using fairly old and/or unreliable stats there. 20 years ago, you had a much higher chance at any age, but most doctors considered the risk too high at 40. These days, its `relatively` safe to have children to 50 at least.
At 45, you have a 1 in 25 chance.Site explaining all the factors.
"Hope I die before I get old. Talkin` `bout my Generation!"
Easy to say you wouldn`t want to live to 100 when you are 13-17 .I wonder if you would feel the same at the age of 50? I`m 37 and would hate to think that my life is half over alreay .
So, does that mean that if you have a baby after the age of 40 that you are never going to die?
Those who still have quality of life at that age
isn`t that what the infograph said? it`s proven if you have a baby after 40 you exhibit genes of longevity.
I wouldn`t want a kid after 40, let along closer to 50 like I know a couple of mom`s that have. think about it, at your kids HS graduation you`ll be 60 or 70 respectively.
They were interesting at first but if they keep going on they will have nothing interesting to provide information for
i believe the laughing thing, and they forgot hugs.Hugs apparently keep your risk of heart attack down.
Eat well.Be happy.Relax.Keep an active mind.
did anyone else say "wtf?" how long did this study take, what were the ages and health of these people who were dying?
@TheNineXXX True. They have an odd way of quantifying qualitative data... Damn them... *Shakes fist.*