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Monthly Archives: April 2012
TSA Targets The Weak, Adding Insult to Injury
Tweet In the news lately we see more and more stories about the TSA overstepping its bounds. It seems that this agency and its “officers” (which, by the way, are not commissioned law enforcement officers) target the weakest members of … Continue reading
Posted in Introduction, Retirement, Travel Tagged boundaries, citizens, degradation, dignity, elderly, knee & hip replacements, law enforcement, lies, news, senile, taking advantage, targeting, terrorism, TSA, vanity, very old, weakest members, wheelchair, young Leave a comment
Boomer Divorce Rate Soars – Don’t Let it Happen to You!
Tweet Are you still married? Really? That’s great! It’s apparently also unusual! According to this article in the Kansas City Star, couples our age are engaging in divorce at an accelerating rate. While in 1990, fewer than 10 percent of … Continue reading
Posted in Divorce, Finances, Introduction, Marriage, Relationships Tagged children, death, dependent, divorce, divorce rates, illness, lifespan, married, stepping out Leave a comment
Zumba Craze for Seniors?
Tweet Have you heard of Zumba? You know, that exercise/dance system (some would call it a “craze”) where you move in choreographed steps to loud, fast exotic-style music with a fascinating beat. I actually took a Zumba class once, but … Continue reading