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TOPIC: RIP Sheila - Elton John's Mum
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RIP Sheila - Elton John's Mum 1 Week, 2 Days ago Karma: 50
Once spent an evening with them both in Los Angeles - just the three of us and some roast lamb (must have been 1990).
 
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Re:RIP Sheila - Elton John's Mum 1 Week, 2 Days ago Karma: 3
I am so glad they made up before she died. It is hard enough anyway.
 
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Re:RIP Sheila - Elton John's Mum 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
Not sure where she died, but she used to live quite close to our family villa in Menorca
 
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Re:RIP Sheila - Elton John's Mum 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
92 is a good age, I don't think Generation x will live as long, mainly because they were brought up on processed food, and bigger portions. Most of the third world die of malnutrition, whilst the first world die of conditions related to over-eating. Also the decline in the effectiveness of anti-biotics is also going to have an effect.
 
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Re:RIP Sheila - Elton John's Mum 1 Week, 1 Day ago Karma: 3
robbiex wrote:
92 is a good age, I don't think Generation x will live as long, mainly because they were brought up on processed food, and bigger portions. Most of the third world die of malnutrition, whilst the first world die of conditions related to over-eating. Also the decline in the effectiveness of anti-biotics is also going to have an effect.

I think the idea of portions being smaller is tosh.
Yes, if you look at dinners from the 1940s they look smaller than ours, but that was because there was rationing, and a stodgy pudding to follow.
Have you looked at Mrs Beeton's books? She certainly didnt skimp.
 
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