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    Your predicted future healthy years is 33.6 Years
    Your Relative Healthy Life Expectancy is about 9.0% below Average
    Your predicted future unhealthy years is 6.5 Years
    Your predicted future total years of living is 40.0 Years i.e. Your predicted age at death is 43 + 40.0 (Current Age + Life Expectancy) = 83 Years
    Your predicted future unhealthy years, if disabled by a cognitive disease, is 6.9 Years


    You are doing a great job exercising, keep up the great work

    At the moment your BMI is looking good, but make sure you keep an eye on it
    By sleeping more each night you can increase your healthy life expectancy by 5.60% which is about 22.6 months
    By reducing your alcohol consumption each week you can increase your healthy life expectancy by 7.52% which is about 30.3 months
    By quitting smoking you can increase your healthy life expectancy by 7.56% which is about 30.4 months

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    Over for me at 101.6. Same as grandma.

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    I'm going to hit 98 !

    Which is pretty spot-on, as my grandfather hit 95 (with all his marbles) and his grandfather hit 100.

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    Can someone do my hamster?

    He exercises on his wheel about 5 hours each day, always chooses cocaine over sex, food and water, is 48 (in rodent years) and enjoys dark, tight-fitting holes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hick View Post
    Can someone do my hamster?
    Is she cute?



    btw according to this calculator I've got 18.5 years left which would put me at 76.
    Last edited by SKkin; 28-11-2017 at 06:26 PM.

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    Not one thing is ever the same twice.

    Chaos theories at work.

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    Your predicted future healthy years is 32.7 Years
    Your Relative Healthy Life Expectancy is about 20.3% above Average
    Your predicted future unhealthy years is 4.3 Years
    Your predicted future total years of living is 37.0 Years i.e. Your predicted age at death = 94 Years
    Your predicted future unhealthy years, if disabled by a cognitive disease, is 5.9 Years
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    It's interestng to play around with the parameters.

    I adjusted the salary to the top of the scale. It added more time to my life expectancy.
    I added one more day of exercise per week and I got another 3 years.
    I improved my diet by eating at Luigi's instead of Chez Nev and got another 2.9 years added.
    I'm now going to live until I'm 102.4 years old.
    If I log off of TD now, go to bed and get more than 8 hours sleep a night, I'll won't die until I'm 103.5 years old. Tough choice.

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    Fucked if im gonna look at that

    Ive always believed those who found out there was something wrong die pretty quick from stress and worry.

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    Your predicted future healthy years is 17.4 Years
    Your Relative Healthy Life Expectancy is about 20.5% above Average
    Your predicted future unhealthy years is 2.9 Years
    Your predicted future total years of living is 20.3 Years i.e. Your predicted age at death is 70 + 20.3 (Current Age + Life Expectancy) = 90.3 Years
    Your predicted future unhealthy years, if disabled by a cognitive disease, is 6.9 Years

    DON'T THINK SO...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    I did one for Smeg:

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    Your predicted future healthy years is Not fucking good!
    Your Relative Healthy Life Expectancy is about -89.4% below Average, you're already brain-dead
    Your predicted future total years of living is -53.4 Years i.e. Your predicted age at death is 50 + 3.4 (Current Age + Life Expectancy) = 53.4 Years
    Your predicted future unhealthy years, because you're disabled by a cognitive disease, is fuck all you complete fucking nutter


    Hi Dom you fat little bish!

    You always claimed he was the one obsessed with you.

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    He claims many things...

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    Maybe deep down he admires Smeg, those aren't really insulting remarks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Which is pretty spot-on, as my grandfather hit 95 (with all his marbles) and his grandfather hit 100.
    Looks like it's reducing each generation, which puts your punch-out age at 85.
    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Is she cute?
    I would.

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    So many potential nonagenerians here.

    I'm in the hedonist club; Eat drink and be merry for tomorrow we may die. Enjoy and make the most of what you have, not stress and work for some future that may never come (hedging sensibly, of course).

    I didn't do the calculator....did it factor in happiness or one's own perceived happiness? I believe that could be a factor in longevity too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Ive always believed those who found out there was something wrong die pretty quick from stress and worry.
    Only if you believe. There's an Ozzy saying about pointing the bone, based on an Aboriginal shaman ceremonial act where he points a bone at someone and they soon die afterwards. Science believes it's the pointee's belief that he will die that leads to his death. Psychosomatic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller
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    He claims many things...
    Quite obsessed with me aren't you.

    So anyways did you do this calculator thing?

    Can't imagine that a smack-head alcoholic would have much longer left?

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    ^Many members are in the autumn of their lives here

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    No shit.

    But how many of them are also smack-heads and alcoholics.

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    ^Maybe you could start a thread and find out

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    Oh dear.
    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post

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    Thinking much too much could be considered quite detrimental to one's longevity.

    Certainly applies if one's existence is calculated, manipulated, and purchased through the dominate paradigm of the day.

    The invented illusions become the quintessential comfort place, yet harbour little recognition ability per danger.

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