I'm pretty sure he's vegetarian. I wonder if he has had food intake problems since that cancer. Then again, I'm sure he knows that very thin people live longer lives. It's easier on your heart to carry low weight. <br><br>
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#366336 - 06/09/0807:49 PMRe: Keynote is up...but look at Steve
Oh my God, Steve doesn't look very healthy at all. I mean, like, I'm his age and I'm having a heck of a time keeping my weight to a reasonable proportion, even with dieting and all that. Even my husband, who has never had a weight problem, has a bit of a tummy, despite the healthy foods we eat. <br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> Then again, I'm sure he knows that very thin people live longer lives. It's easier on your heart to carry low weight. <p><hr></blockquote><p> Got that right. He looks fine. He's in complete remission he got the lucky pancreatic cancer, never had chemo or radiation. (He was a nut in the beginning trying to cure it by eating right but opted for surgery once someone knocked some sense into him.)<br><br>He looks like your typical gaunt vegan who will outlive us all.<br><br>
I agree he looks sorta like the last Keynote,, just a bit older<br><br>IMO<br><br>I myself went under the 'knife" for an ruptured enpendex <-- not sure about spelling. Spent 10 days eating clear soup and jello and lost a pant load of weight,, that ended my career in the NFL anyway I played football as a halfback at about 165, but after the knife I was down too about 125 <-- stayed at that weight for decades and now hovering around 140, I guess beer gut??<br><br>Bottom line;<br>Going under the knife fuucks you up. On one hand surgery can save your life and on the other your body can go through changes in the aftermath like in metabolism gets thrown off.<br><br>
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