From: Theodore H Mann (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 23 2000 - 15:43:09 EST
Carl Conrad wrote:
>You've probably heard the witticism that goes, "There are two sure
signs of senility: one of them is that one forgets >things easily, and
the second one is ... I can't remember what the second one is."
I can't (won't?) say that I'm experiencing senility yet, but I am
beginning to feel the years creeping up on me.
I especially notice two things about becoming older: (1) people keep
calling me "young man," as in "How ya' doin' young man?" (2) I no longer
stoop over to pick up anything less than a quarter, and if I do stoop
down, I check to see if there is anything else I need to do while I'm
Actually, I don't feel as though I'm getting old. I feel like I'm
25-- with something wrong with me.
Ol' Timer Ted
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