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[–] NeedleStack 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

They looked and sounded fantastic for such advanced ages. Clean, unadulterated food probably helped.

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[–] bourbonexpert [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

yeah up until the mid 60s...most people went to their butcher or bought vegtables from farmers or grew their own. at least in non cities. my great grandfather ran a butcher shop on his property. its still there. its not what youd think with a counter and shit. there was a killing room with a few hooks on the ceiling and indententations in the floor going to drains so the bigs blood would have a place to go. then hed chop them up in different pound sizes and sell them like that. after the 50s rolled around, he got a job in his later years as a meat manager at the local grocer, but he was to used to being his own boss and quit.

i also think the media pushes the narrative that back 80 years and previous people all died at 60 because of lack of medice or poor food. but in reality, throughout history, some people live to be in their late 90s or 100s. my great grandfather died at 94. im sure if records existed, you could find people that were 100 yeas old in the 1700s.

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[–] derram 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

https://www.hooktube.com/watch?v=0FE30a4J38Q :

1929 - Interviews With Elderly People Throughout The US - YouTube


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