My dad died of emphysema so I don't wish that on anyone.
07/03/2004 Johnny Carson, The Man Who Retired From the 2002 Esquire article : "I think I left at the right time," he says now. "You've got to know when to get the hell off the stage, and the timing was right for me. The reason I really don't go back or do interviews is because I just let the work speak for itself." Inasmuch, I have come to know that he is far better than simply fine; he is supremely self-assured of his place in the firmament, secure about the lasting worth of that which he quit doing for television cameras and for his country. He is contented in a way wise humans can only aspire to be but rarely are. Always with a shrug and a whiff of final punctuation, he regularly repeats to friends and family three short words: "I did it." Nobody argues.
When I was 16, I watched my moms mom die a slow, agonizing death due to emphysema.....Damn sad part is.....I just watched my mom die the same sad death.......
Something is gonna kill ya....if you smoke....for you and your familys' sake.......I hope a bus hits you.....
defend your right to smoke all you want......it's a bitch when you want to breathe
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