10 packs a day

Stephen A. Frye s.frye at VERIZON.NET
Mon May 4 05:24:33 MDT 2009


Absolutely.  There is no doubt.  Unfortunately, we don't know usually 
know why that is, or better, how to take advantage of it.  So we do 
the best we can.  I guess that, for each of us, it boils down 
to:  what risks am I willing, or not willing, to take?

At 09:56 PM 5/3/2009, you wrote:
>What amazing about various habits that can shorten a lifespan, is that
>one's bad habit doesn't necessarilly affect another person with
>identical results. Two individuals can smoke the same amount of
>cigarettes and end up with different results. One of the oldest
>Russians drank 2 bottles of Vodka per day and lived to be about 120
>years.
>
>--
>Regards,
>Richard Whitenight
>Arlington, Texas
>"God Bless America and our Men & Women in Uniform"
>
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Stephen A. Frye
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