A great idea, but certainly not the first co-housing project here:
Or like an obese person making a joke about his weight and a thin person doing the same.
Well, I thought I had a fairly good sense of humor and I could be very wrong about that. It does seem, though, that there is a difference between old folks in a comedy making jokes about old folks and others who are not that age doing the same. Sort of like the difference between Black folks using the n word and others using it. But I am happy to be wrong.
Haven't seen it and likely will wait till it hits cable. Adam, some day you will be in the target demographic and might find comments such as, " so as not to startle any audience member who might have heart conditions," a bit offensive.
Oh, what a sweet man. We'll miss him.
Luxembourg: Single women with children need good jobs. That will make a dent in poverty.
Louis Zamperini was in Rochester a few years before he died, a guest of UR's Simon School. I was proud to meet him -- he was by then a sweet elder.
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