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Rolling Stones '50 and Counting': Should they retire? (poll/quiz)

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Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards performs at the Dodgers' Stadium in Los Angeles, 22 November 2006. Richards admitted to snorting his own father's ashes in an interview publicised Tuesday 03 April 2007. "The strangest thing I've tried to snort? My father, I snorted my father," he told the New Musical Express (NME). Richards, whose father Bert died in 2002 at the age of 84, has been notorious for his drug use since the Stones became worldwide stars in the 1960s.

For the Rolling Stones, time is increasingly less on their side. Undeterred by such mortal pettiness, the beloved band's "50 and Counting" anniversary tour kicks off Friday in Los Angeles. 

With musical contributions immeasurable, endurance unprecedented and a combined age of at least 275-years-old, one question remains:

 

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