Re: [gardeners] gyros

Shirley,George (
Fri, 26 Jan 2001 13:16:37 -0600

I should be so lucky. I'm 18 years younger than he is and my resting BP is
closer to 200/100 than otherwise. You don't even want to know what it is after
exercising. He must be blessed with very good genes. More power to him as long
as he enjoys it.


penny x stamm wrote:
> Dear George, right to the point, aren't we...?  <lol>
> No, nothing got frostbitten. AMOF, Jim gets so overheated while
> he shovels that he has to strip in the kitchen and make a b-line for
> the shower, after each glorious episode.  He does say that snow
> requiring removal is the finest gift Heaven can send to him ...
> A few years back, we were visiting a computer friend in Philadelphia
> just as a massive snow storm arrived. Having to park in the streets
> at night, Jimmie wanted to shovel around the car, so he could
> wrestle it free the following morning. Our hostess was adament --
> NO.! He was not allowed to shovel.  Would be bad for his heart.
> She should see what he's doing right now -- the neighbors stop,
> strangers even stop, and certainly this week even roving snow
> jeeps stop to recommend that he stop.  No way, Jose' --
> Of course, just as soon as he gets inside the door, he sits down
> at the kitchen table and takes his blood pressure. The man is
> blessed, of course -- his normal is 120/60, with a pulse of 60.
> Right after shovelling, it reads 120/60 with a pulse of 79. Perfect
> cholesterol.  He may live to be 100, if we don't run out of food.
> Penny, NY
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