A younger man is caught waking up 30 years ago. He hasn't had his first cup of coffee or finished his first cigarette. A younger man awakes three decades ago with none of the burdens, the weights that will drag him down in the years to come.
Thirty years later an older man, slightly worn, slightly shorter, stands on legs that have pulled their weight. An older man considers where he's been, not where he is going. It often crosses his mind the luck it took to make it this far. He says he has no regrets. He lies.