At a loss to figure out the reason young people today are so keen on disfiguring themselves?
My daughter was a lifeguard at Hampton Beach, NH and witnessed the lifeguard at the next station up the beach, get killed by a lightning bolt. She’s in her 50’s now and quite respectful of the danger when thunderstorms are in the area.
Your comment is appropriate in Turkish as well. I was stationed in Turkey in the 1950’s and had to live on the economy as opposed to living on a base. I learned a fair amount of spoken Turkish and as I recall, peach in Turkish means something like bastard of son of a b.
Your comment that “NOT EVERY senior who gets it even gets symptoms” might apply to me. I’m in my 80’s and physically fit. It’s rare for me to have any temperature. When I have one, I know that I’m sick. However a couple of weeks ago I started running a 99.8 fever throughout the evening, but felt fine. Next morning the fever was gone and I’ve felt fine since. Perhaps someday I might get an antibody test to see if I had it then.
I’ve often said that if you want to find someone without a friend in the world, look for someone buying zucchini in the super market.
Miracle Whip for me also. I don’t dislike mayo but greatly prefer MW. A ripe brandywine tomato, Miracle Whip, salt and pepper on wheat bread makes a tasty sandwich to my liking.
30 I hardly noticed. 40 made me conscious of my age. 50 bothered me because a half century seemed old. 60 came and went and I barely gave it a thought. 70 was a tougher one for me because it seemed I really was getting old. 80 arrived and I finally began to feel my age. Onward and upward!
I agree. Too deep for me.
I watched and enjoyed the bit by Frank Kelly. Thanks for that.
I stopped being interested in basketball after Larry Bird retired.