Our Aging Population

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12 Responses to Our Aging Population

  1. george rebane says:

    You sure know how to rub it in Bob.

  2. Brad says:

    Don’t settle for a Rascal scooter – get one of these,


  3. Thanks for publishing this four days before my 71st birthday.

    I have said for many years that I’ve I had too many birthdays to get excited and not enough to get depressed, and I still feel that way. I experience something interesting every day, my health is good, I have no chronic aches or pains, and I have the strength and energy to do what I want to do.

    Heck, I was on our roof this morning, leaf blower and tools in hand, to get it ready for winter. (Don’t tell my daughter; she’d be mad at me if she knew I did it again this year.)

    I have a positive outlook about my age. My family will soon mark the 21st anniversary of the death of my younger sister from ALS, a disease I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. She would have given everything she had to live as long as I have, so you won’t hear any complaints from me.

    • Chris Peterson says:

      Happy 71st orbit, George, but be careful on that roof, because at some point that leaf blower becomes a jet pack.

  4. Don Baumgart says:

    “My body may be 50, but I’m 28.” – Frank Sinatra

    • Chris Peterson says:

      From Benny Hill:

      Wife: I’ve got the body of an 18 year old.
      Husband: Well, you better give it back; you’re stretching the hell out of it.

  5. Barry Pruett says:

    Pet peeve. Driving around town behind elderly person driving 10 miles below speed limit

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