Love this missive of misinformation: "Our grandparents used to do it – it’s just one of the reasons they lived into their 90s.
No one lives that long anymore, mainly because we’ve forgotten how to eat and exercise."
What an incredible load of misinformation. Here is one of any number of cites that show what a load of shit you are shoveling.
As always, thanks for the laughs.
Nice tables in that link, though I'm not sure what point you're trying to make.
What is the misinformation you're referring to exactly, and what is the load of shit that I'm shoveling?
See, when you put up that tables link I got confused. Are you trying to refute me on something, and if so...what - average ages or something?
Hell, my great aunt is 98 and living in Helena and my grandma died in 2013 at the age of 93 or so.
Anyways, thanks for stopping by and giving me another hit on the site and the article. Personally, if I don't like something I usually just stop reading it or commenting on it, but that's just me. I dropped all my marketing and business and SEO sites a few months back and haven't thought about it twice since.
Maybe this site isn't for you, Rick. Didn't you say you were some kind of county commissioner up there in central or northern Montana?
Yeah, this isn't really the site for you as I'm sure you're not in my demographic audience. I could be wrong, but since I know nothing about you I'm just speculating.
We know that speculation bothers you, Rick, so again, just surprised to see you here.
Have a good one.
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