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Economic and Political Considerations Against Gerontocracy

Old age is the stage of life closest to the end of the human life cycle; one likened to a second infancy as often as it is considered a prerequisite for wisdom. 1,167 more words

Every 10 minutes a senior is hospitalized because of a fall

Truth is not a fact sheet.

Yes, head injury and hip fracture is a possibility.


People do loose their independence due to an accident. 71 more words

Miscellany 04/19/2018

Propaganda Points

To persuade normal men, you should de-emphasize boylove and de-emphasize girls younger than 10. To de-emphasize does not mean to avoid altogether; it… 1,549 more words


What side of the fence are you on?

Friday, April 13th was the first occasion that I had ever been in the Space Theatre at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, and the introduction to this theatre-in-the-round couldn’t have been better. 489 more words



I haven’t written – anything – in ages. Which is terrible, not just for the practice, but for my mental health. So much has been happening lately: vacation, career change, working on relationships with friends and family. 277 more words

Personal Growth

Anecdotage: Disrespect for all

Sharon Butala, one of Canada’s better-known authors, recently published an article in The Walrus in which she laments widespread ageism and demands better treatment for her sixty-something┬áperson and well, RESPECT. 838 more words

Young-Old Living

The Pensioner On The Train

Dear You,

You were on the 17:49 train from Birmingham to Nottingham on Thursday 12th April. The train was full, it was rush hour and on an intercity train it was to be expected. 450 more words