World's oldest man and oldest surviving WWI veteran passes away at 113...credits his longevity to "cigarettes, whisky and wild, wild women."We know however, that he must have been a liar, because from everything the smoking ban activists tell us, smoking causes instant death.
Sat Jul 18, 8:19 AM
LONDON (AFP) - Henry Allingham, the world's oldest man and oldest World War I veteran, died Saturday at the age of 113, the nursing home where he spent his last years said.
Allingham, who in 2008 led the country in marking the 90th anniversary of the World War I armistice, put his longevity down to "cigarettes, whisky and wild, wild women."I look for the tobacco control activists to either attack the credibility, military duty, and/or age of Henry Allingham.....or try to ignore the press released story altogether. Perhaps they'll get the Agence France Presse to change Mr. Allingham's quote to put his longevity down to "Nicoderm, whisky and wild, wild women."