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Why old men don't get hired by maryjane
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Watching my dad, I've noticed over the past 10 years, he has begun caring less and less about what people think. We were in DC a year ago, and he was walking between the trains going through the emergency doors. I was like... dad, you can't do that! And he just said... "Who cares! Goverdomma (means something bad in Dutch)"

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I had to look that up... "godverdomme" apparently means "gosh darnit".

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I had to look that up... "godverdomme" apparently means "gosh darnit".



German would be "gottverdammt" (god damn it).

I think caring less what other people think of what one does, what one possesses and how one looks is one of the biggest advantages of getting older!

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Originally posted by yellowstone:

I think caring less what other people think of what one does, what one possesses and how one looks is one of the biggest advantages of getting older!


I am finding it kind of empty.
My whole life I've been trying to be "human".
I'm not sure I can do it...it's waaaaay too complicated.

No real steadfast rules to speak of, more an arrangement of perceptions.

Did I mention I have found NO benefit to getting old?
None.
No wisdom, no security, no peace of mind.

Hell, I'm more scared now then i've ever been...

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Hmmmm, guess I should scratch that response from my notes for my interview on Wednesday.
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"I don't give a fk"

Why should I ?

I have lived this long and survived and planted some people who were always so vain about what people thought of them that I don't think its really worth it. Care about what matters to You not what other people think of you.

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Originally posted by Boondawg:

I am finding it kind of empty.
My whole life I've been trying to be "human".
I'm not sure I can do it...it's waaaaay too complicated.

No real steadfast rules to speak of, more an arrangement of perceptions.

Did I mention I have found NO benefit to getting old?
None.
No wisdom, no security, no peace of mind.

Hell, I'm more scared now then i've ever been...


None--Really?

I have to fight off women half my age and men half my age hold open doors for me.
Senior discounts everywhere.


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Originally posted by Boondawg:
Did I mention I have found NO benefit to getting old?
None.
No wisdom, no security, no peace of mind.

Hell, I'm more scared now then i've ever been...



I don't know what to say here that wouldn't make you feel bad, but Just what you said is so abnormal I felt like quoting it.

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Originally posted by pokeyfiero:
but Just what you said is so abnormal I felt like quoting it.


Either that, or I been lied to about how cool getting old is...

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Either that, or I been lied to about how cool getting old is...



Maybe getting older isn't so bad - in light of the alternative.
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Either that, or I been lied to about how cool getting old is...



Now someone saying how cool it is would be abnormal.

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I think being old beats the crap out my life as a youngun.
Get up when I want, do what I want, go where I want to, spend money like there's no tomorrow, (might not be) no kids to raise, no boss to contend with.
Yeah--it's cool.
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Originally posted by maryjane:

I think being old beats the crap out my life as a youngun.
Get up when I want, do what I want, go where I want to, spend money like there's no tomorrow, (might not be) no kids to raise, no boss to contend with.
Yeah--it's cool.


Other than health I agree. But that is abnormal.

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The bad thing about getting old is the cruel twist of nature, that as your knowledge to do things increases your ability to do them decreases.
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Originally posted by maryjane:

None--Really?

I have to fight off women half my age


" I am not having a heart attack! Put the defibrillator down! "


 
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Either that, or I been lied to about how cool getting old is...



You have been lied to about a lot of things. Just like the rest of us.

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I can't for the life of me figure out why my daughter was pointing at me and laughing when she read that.
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Originally posted by maryjane:

None--Really?

I have to fight off women half my age and men half my age hold open doors for me.
Senior discounts everywhere.



The people at Home Depot/Lowes/ Publix offer to help me load my vehicle. It's kind of funny to me. I bought gift cards at Publix and when they didn't offer to carry them to my car, I so badly wanted to give them a hard time. It was difficult biting my tongue.
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Originally posted by maryjane:

I think being old beats the crap out my life as a youngun.
Get up when I want, do what I want, go where I want to, spend money like there's no tomorrow, (might not be) no kids to raise, no boss to contend with.
Yeah--it's cool.


Only 201 more days at work and I'll be joining you-except for the no boss as I'm married. Maybe I better keep working?
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Funny how things work out. There are times I wish I was twenty or thirty years younger so I could do ......................................... whatever. Then I remember that doing such things is what and why I'm in the shape I am now. As some one else once said, if I had known I was gonna live this long, I'd have taken better care of myself.

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What really pisses me off is the one thing that is valued the most and means the least is that I can still get it up easy.
I'd rather be smart...
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I was in line at the local parts store and the lady in front of me was giving the young man at the counter a hard time. She kept getting louder and more rude until finally, she yelled out, "I want to see a manager!"
From behind the young man, the older store manager said, "You're looking at one. What can I help you with?"
She says, "I don't appreciate your attitude."
He replies, "I don't appreciate you being disrespectful to my employees, so we are even. You asked to see a manager, here I am. What is your problem?"
The woman explains that the clerk refused to make change for her $100 bill.
The manager just stared blankly at her for a moment and said, "Oh, I see. Here is what you can do- Walk over to any shelf in this store, pick up an item, bring it over here and pay for it with your $100 bill. We will gladly give you the correct amount of change for your purchase. If you are just looking for someone to break your hundred, you need to drive to a bank and they can do it for you. Since we are not a bank and you are not a customer, there is the door. You can show yourself out."
Everyone started laughing, she got even more angry and left. Afterward, I complimented him for standing up for his employees and he said, "I'm too old to put up with that kind of crap."
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What really pisses me off is the one thing that is valued the most and means the least is that I can still get it up easy.
I'd rather be smart...

The real test is whether or not you can get in and out of a Fiero easily.
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Originally posted by maryjane:
Senior discounts everywhere.



Which is fine with me. No senior discount and I would have to spend $10-12 on romantic dinners.

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Originally posted by Boondawg:

I am finding it kind of empty.
My whole life I've been trying to be "human".
I'm not sure I can do it...it's waaaaay too complicated.

No real steadfast rules to speak of, more an arrangement of perceptions.

Did I mention I have found NO benefit to getting old?
None.
No wisdom, no security, no peace of mind.

Hell, I'm more scared now then i've ever been...



Its probly there, you are just percieving it wrong
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Its probly there, you are just percieving it wrong


It is possible.
Maybe even probable.

Validating perception is like trying to pinch Quicksilver between your fingers...
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Originally posted by Boondawg:
It is possible.
Maybe even probable.

Validating perception is like trying to pinch Quicksilver between your fingers...


For sure. I guess it may come down to application. You could also just be a nervous fella, could even be your diet or lack of sleep. Try not to think to much about it and just live, a day at a time, yet looking forward to the future, thats kind of the trick.
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Then you have folks like me who many times get nervous around people. I sort of just pretend I am not, I imagine them nervous...and it goes from there, many times, even well. I think I am still true to myself, just perhaps trying to experience and participate more.
Anyway could be unrelated but popped into my head.
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What really pisses me off is the one thing that is valued the most and means the least is that I can still get it up easy.
I'd rather be smart...





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You said hired. I read it as hard. . Dyslexia adn all.
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Originally posted by Boondawg:


It is possible.
Maybe even probable.

Validating perception is like trying to pinch Quicksilver between your fingers...


for someone who says they would rather be smart you have some of the most intelligent, thought provoking posts on here. This is just one more example.
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Originally posted by Boondawg:
Did I mention I have found NO benefit to getting old?
None.
No wisdom, no security, no peace of mind.

What are you trying to say ? That you are dumber than you ever have been ? We know better than that.
You don't find security in your gained abilities ?
Peace of mind ? Are you trying to say you are not confident ?
Perhaps you are not seeing what you should see, and seeing what you perceive.

To the topic ...
I have had that opinion, not giving a flying flip, since I was a young 'un. It works for me if I am honest with myself.
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Originally posted by maryjane:

I think being old beats the crap out my life as a youngun.
Get up when I want, do what I want, go where I want to, spend money like there's no tomorrow, (might not be) no kids to raise, no boss to contend with.
Yeah--it's cool.


I'm enjoying a second childhood without adult supervivion"
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for someone who says they would rather be smart you have some of the most intelligent, thought provoking posts on here. This is just one more example.


Maybe, but I REALLY have to work at it.
It sure don't come natural!
Not to mention I believe you would be hard-pressed to find another person around these parts that agreed with you on my......level of intelligence.....and there are a few really smart people here!

The world and all it's doings is really really big.
I pretty-much stay lost most of the time.

I suspect i'm just your kind of lost...

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for someone who says they would rather be smart you have some of the most intelligent, thought provoking posts on here. This is just one more example.


I always like to read what Boonie writes. He never sounds like a rehash of what somebody just heard from one of the talking heads on TV or the radio.
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1. That you are dumber than you ever have been ?
2. You don't find security in your gained abilities ?
3. Are you trying to say you are not confident ?


1. In many ways, yes....Knowing more don't always make you smarter.
2. My memory is shot. Everyday I just go to work & figure it out.
3. I never have been. What I've been is brave....not quite the same thing, though.
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