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‘Rolling Stone’ Wants to Keep Life Rolling Till 150!

by VR Sreeraman on August 3, 2007 at 11:14 AM
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‘Rolling Stone’ Wants to Keep Life Rolling Till 150!

Rock star Keith Richards says that he wants to live till he reaches the age of 150, even though he agrees that he has yet not quit his legendary rock 'n' roll lifestyle.

The 63-year-old member of 'The Rolling Stones', who had a surgery done on his brain after falling from a tree last year, says that he is in good shape.

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"The doctors came back with this sort of amazed look on their faces, like heart, liver, kidneys, all perfect," the Mirror quoted him as saying.

"I still smoke like a f***ing chimney. Get me some good weed," he added.

Richards also revealed that he snorted his father's ashes and serenaded his mother as she died of cancer.

"Seen me mum off. Snorted my dad. I'm an orphan," he told Mojo magazine.

"Mind you, I'm looking to be a good 150 before I think about croaking," he added.

Source: ANI
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