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December 26, 2014


A New Study Suggests That People Who Don't Drink Alcohol Are More Likely To Die Young

(Thanks to John Gregg, who says "I'm safe.")


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For reformed non-drinkers the 13th and final step to recovery is to make an inventory of your empty shot glasses before you go out with a whimper by dying a quick needless, prematurely death.

That means I'll live forever. I'm not sure that's good news.

Not drinking does make life feel like an eternity, but those who fall off their bar stools and receive a fatal whack on the head, get the last laugh.

Best news all year was confirmation that red wine and dark chocolate are good for you. The trick is not to overdo with either. Cheers!

50 Ways to Leave your Liver.

the trick is to find balance, for each of us that is different, eh?

I used to know someone who didn't drink.

Yep, clean bill of health over here.

Alcoholics are killing them.

I think I'm up to 36 Steps now.

My instructions to my son include getting three bids for my cremation. I don't want to get burned paying retail.

Science could be wrong about this, but I'm not going to risk it.

Of course, some people who've drank alcohol have wished they would die right then. Or so I've heard.

Man asks his doctor "If give up wine,women and song will I live longer?"
The doctor answers "No, but it will sure seem longer!"

(Oldie but goodie)

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