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    Quote Originally Posted by Knifegill View Post
    I have seen that relaxed, lazy, passive useless people tend to live longer. But fusk those lazy assholes. I'd rather die awesome.
    What exactly is it that you do that is awesome and useful?

    I am unable to guess from the act of reaching out to tools in an industrial chemical.
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    Heavy metal poisoning via too many whale snacks.

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    It's too late for me to die really early, but I hope to die someday from what could have killed me early on - an accident while indulging in my love for mountain adventure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisepassion View Post
    I wear heels. Not an option.

    I stress and worry about myself and everyone else I care about.

    I love taking the riskier option in pretty much every situation because it is more fun.

    I don't watch where I am going because I am thinking about something else.
    Wow, you pretty much described me exactly, lol!

    Also adding that I don't get enough sleep due to various reasons (including playing too many games and the stress and possibly too much caffeine)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    Wow, you pretty much described me exactly, lol!

    Also adding that I don't get enough sleep due to various reasons (including playing too many games and the stress and possibly too much caffeine)
    Haha! I definitely do not get enough sleep either. Law school...
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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisepassion View Post
    Wait. I thought UVA = rays responsible for aging & skin cancer, and UVB = rays for burns... And so not burning doesn't mean much about aging/cancer. Am I wrong?
    Sunlight alone does not cause skin cancer: The truth you've never been told
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    Higher melanin = lower burn risk = lower cancer rates. Get sunburned a lot and you'll probably get skin-cancer. Noone has yet managed to conclusively link non-burn sun exposure to cancer. Of course, ANYONE can get cancer. If you're going to get it, you're going to get it. There's always an element of lifestyle, genetics and chance. Someone with a history of cancer who eats a crap diet, is pale, deficient in vits A or E, who gets brief, intense sun exposure will likely get cancer. But it's hardly the sun that did it. Sun exposure won't give you cancer when all else is in check.
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    I plan on being shot in the back by a jealous husband in my late 90's, preferably climbing out her window at the time.

    I smoked young, I was wickedly obese for many years, I had high BP for most of them and nothing helped it. I have bad arthritis in my knees and lower back.

    I also would not mind death by overcoming myself with a young woman in the aforementioned late 90's.
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    My mother smoked during her pregnancies. I'm sure she had a couple of cocktails, though since my and my brother's IQs were both at the least well above average, I'm not sure of the effect on overall health of her occasional drink.

    I wasn't breast fed.

    As an adult, my weight has varied by over 100 pounds more than once.

    I smoked from the age of 15 to 40.

    When I drink (though it's down to about three times a month), I drink to total fuckedness.

    I did the drug du jour from the early 70s to the late 80s. I enjoyed them and indulged frequently.

    I indulge in a specific dangerous behavior once a year on my birthday.

    Like Warmbear, I also imagine I'll be shot by a jealous husband. Maybe not in my 90s and not climbing out of a window though, since heights are an issue.
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    What exactly is it that you do that is awesome and useful?

    I am unable to guess from the act of reaching out to tools in an industrial chemical.
    I'm a phlebotomist now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gorbag View Post
    Let me see... too much sex with woman less than half my age, too much diet coke, too much exercise, too much booze and beer, too much sleep... The list goes on forever, so I'll probably die tomorrow or maybe even today...
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