And you know in that settlement, used to be ten years, five years before somebody dies. Yeah, 'cause we - we - we eating - we ain't know - know nothing about no high blood and no - no - uh - diabetes and - and cancer and things like that, 'cause we were eating straight from the farm, you know. So those people was strong, they used to live 80, 90, a hundred years. Old people, on the Island. And now - every week, so much of young. Yeah, when I [...] open the papers on Thursday, I see the o- I say, You live good. Live a ripe old age. 27, 26, people dying from AIDS and this and that.
[...] in that settlement, it used to take ten years, [five years,] before somebody would die [again] [...] because we were eating [...] we were eating straight from the farm [...] So those people were strong, they used to live 80, [90, a hundred] years [...].