Re: No Loo Rolls.
Originally Posted by Solasch
My father used such arguments to not quit smoking. He didn't quit and died at 61 of lung cancer.
But the ages you state are in agreement with todays life expectancy. I stated that this expectancy had inclined over the years, as you can see in the graph below.
The article in this link is only for women, because men won't like to read this. https://theconversation.com/life-exp...2058-why-88063
Thanks for that Solasch. Yes I believe smokers who lived into their 80's and 90's were
the exception rather than the rule....
I don't think the decrease in life expectation will bother me...I will be 90 in 2040. But having already having had two heart attacks, living until then would be an optimistic prognosis....
Originally Posted by Besoeker
Don't know where you got your figures from.
In UK it was about 71 in 1960. It is now 81.
But what has that got to do with loo rolls?
The figures were compiled by the Office of National Statistics Besoeker...
Sorry for going off topic.....