Sunday, June 28, 2009

The Longevity Game

I thought I would end the first half of 2009 with a fun, little post.

I came across this game the other day and decided to put it up so everyone can try it. It's done by an insurance company, so take it for what it's worth. You know what they say about getting what you pay for. Some of you may like the results, and, obviously, some of you may not.

Personally, I liked the results. But, I know my results are going to be a bit skewed since I don't think they have made any allowance for spinal cord injuries and all of the health issues I've had to deal with. However, they do have a disclaimer on pre-existing conditions before you play the game.


You can take The Longevity Game by clicking here.

Remember, if you don't like the results, don't get mad at me. I didn't live your life and answer the test for you. I'm just the messenger!

As always, I welcome your comments.

Later,

Mike

5 comments:

Earl Hipp said...

Well, I'll live till 91 according to them, but I did note the guy in the picture on the test page wasn't wearing any pants. Is this what I have to look forward to at that age?

Jenni said...

I got a perfect score. I'm going to live to be 96 years old. What did you put for how much physical activity you do? I put somewhat active (my muscle spasms are like running a mile).

I'm Not Done Yet said...

Earl, I thought there were days now when you didn't wear pants!

Jenni, good for you, but remember, I think a SCI takes a few years off they didn't account for. I think you should redo it and put your physical activity as not active and see what you get. That's what I put. Then again, with the medical advancements they are making with the treatment and care of living with SCI, who knows what the next five to ten years will bring?

I'm glad you both played the game and enjoyed it.

Later,

Mike

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