Fitness fanatic and bodybuilder Jack lalanne has died at the ripe old age of 96...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8gyUsOT … r_embedded
I live in a rural area where folks are still driving,cutting grass and living on their own way past 90...must be that generation...
Lack of stress is the key - I am convinced! I try very hard not to give a damn about anything in the hopes of seeing my as yet unorn child graduate
I met Jack years ago in his Oakland gym.
He was a little guy.
He started European Health spas which I think became Ballys health spas.
I also met him on Catalina Island. He'd been drinking beer.
He jumped in that frigid water and swam from the pavilion to the pier.
He was a great spokesman for what I've done all my life: weightlifting.
There's a time for us all to say "it was a helluva ride....g'bye!"
by ryankett 9 years ago
He was 17 years old, and my best friend He didn't even die in a nice way... I feel so upset.... he got hit by a car and had to be put down an hour or so ago...
by WriteAngled 8 years ago
because he would not stop drinking. I mourned a long time ago for the death of the man I loved, cried out all my tears then. No tears left for today.
by Nell Rose 8 years ago
I lost my best friend today, and it's breaking my heart, her son was given something like drugs last year and he is now in a complete vegetative state, and my friend who always drank, has died today because of the stress and drink, I feel like I should have done something, I don't know what, but it...
by sid_candid 7 years ago
My pet dog died today. I am devastated and it seems will never recover from this tragedy. It almost seems the end of the world for me.
by accofranco 9 years ago
My maternal Grandma just passed on today! She died at the age of 103 years,no sickness until her death,she is a centurian, glory be to God!
by dafla 10 years ago
She was 90 and in poor health. I won't be going to her funeral, and she knew and understood this, and why. We made our peace and said our goodbyes last year when I went to see her after she had broken her leg. I'm so alone now. I have no one left in the world who loves me...
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