"Richard Overton, an Army veteran of World War II now living in Austin, Texas, still enjoys cigars and whiskey every day. From The Houston Chronicle: He drives and walks without a cane. During a television interview in March, he told a reporter that he doesn’t take medicine, smokes cigars every day and takes whiskey in his morning coffee. The key to living to his age, he said, is simply “staying out of trouble.” “I may drink a little in the evening too with some soda water, but that’s it,” Overton told Fox News. “Whiskey’s a good medicine. It keeps your muscles tender.”"
"The Pirates’ offices at Three Rivers were cool and windowless and smelled like cigars. I’ve never smoked, but to this day I love second-hand cigar smoke, which I associate with summer and baseball the way the old song does peanuts and Cracker Jack."
"After a few hours of great fishing I quit while I was ahead, I smoked my cheap cigar, drank a little bourbon, and headed for home."