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Rubes Cartoons - Tales from a Twisted Mind

RSS By: Leigh Rubin,

A cartoonish look at life...

The funny gene

Aug 05, 2009

We’ve all heard that a good exercise regimen and a proper diet are two major factors in living a long and healthy life. The third component in achieving longevity is genetics. You either have good genes or you don’t. I like that, nice, simple and good genes require no effort whatsoever. My parents are now in their eighties and both in good health and I couldn’t be happier. Speaking of happiness, what about the humor gene? Laughter must play an important role in longevity, right? After all, just look at Milton Berle. He lived to be 94. Oh, and what about Bob Hope and George Burns? They each lived to be 100. So it seems to me that humor just might be the most important factor of all....and that's nothing to laugh at.

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Not in Oregon
Well a sit-down comedian such as yourself should expect to live a long happy life!
10:53 PM Aug 10th
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