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Old 02-13-2013, 11:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Russian Crushin View Post
I wouldnt wanna live to 200 either, not even 100. The thought of just laying in bed all day seems like a nightmare

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Originally Posted by jose830 View Post
I wouldn't want to be 200 years old...then I'll have to walk around with my saggy nuts inside a Radio Flyer to avoid them from dragging on the sidewalk

The idea behind living that long is that your physical prime would last longer, and that your 20's and 30's would last for decades. Theoretically, you would be a 25 year old, young man and be (what?) 75 years old?

Not that you would be an old man at age 75 and be walking with a cane for the next 100 years.
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