Saturday, November 05, 2005

Geezer wisdom

From the October 2005 AARP Bulletin, in the Letters to the Editor:

There is nothing worse than a "new geezer." They totter about trying to accomplish thousands of things within the first year of their geezerhood and soon run out of energy.
Smart geezers pace themselfes and take on just a few things at once. It takes years to learn how to drive with your turn signal on for 29 miles. The same can be said for driving 40 mph in the fast lane.

The letter is signed by Rita S. Krason, of Pulaksi, IL, but she's obviously referring to Delaware drivers.

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