Month: <span>January 2009</span>

Here’s the thing about being a Baby Boomer. Well, a number of things, actually. We were born after our fathers came home from World War II. But we’re all old guys now. There is nothing babyish about us, unless you regard the aging process as a reversion to infancy—no teeth, no hair and a tendency […]

Society, aided and abetted by the federal government, decided at some unspecified time that it wasn’t nice to say somebody was old. That’s when they came up with the terms “aging” and “aged.” They didn’t last long as synonyms for being old, because everyone is aging or aged. Cheese is best when aged, but it […]