Monthly Archives: November 2010

Turkey Soup: The Remains of the Day

What differentiates us from the younger generation—besides not smoking our house plants? I say it’s turkey soup—knowing how to make it, eat it and value it enough to rescue the carcass from a hostess’ intent to throw it in the … Continue reading

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A Geezer’s Turkey Day- A Little Salt, Lots of Sweet

Let us give thanks for… …The fact that the CD rates in our retirement funds have not yet gone below zero. When interest rates go to zero, we may owe the bank money for the honor of their holding it. … Continue reading

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Reading your medical future: The spinal tap/Alzheimer’s news

It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that a senior in possession of a brain, must be in want of a diagnosis.   If you missed the specifics, researchers reported that doing a spinal tap—a lumbar puncture with a needle— and … Continue reading

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