Richard Overton fought in the South Pacific in World War II, is 109 years old, still drives, sometimes drinks whiskey with breakfast, smokes 12 cigars a day (but doesn’t inhale), and still lives in the house he built himself in 1945. In this video from National Geographic, Overton talks about his military service, his faith, his long life, and soup. Overton’s short summary of World War II:
"It wasn’t good, but we had to go."
I don’t really care to live to 100, but if I had Overton’s spirit and attitude, perhaps I’d consider it.