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RE: Lane stadium questions
(10-11-2021 04:16 PM)Hokie Mark Wrote:  
(10-11-2021 02:13 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(10-11-2021 01:34 PM)cuseroc Wrote:  
(10-11-2021 11:27 AM)JRsec Wrote:  
(10-11-2021 09:30 AM)TerryD Wrote:  I had a subdural hematoma and a craniotomy on Thursday.

I didn't watch the game live for fear of raising my blood pressure.

Good call on my part. Even the replay was stressful, lol.

Prayers for you Terry D.! [b] I haven't found the answer to old age yet. Like a vintage pickup truck our steering gets less precise, our vision gets stuck looking at high beams, and we tend to bump into things we easily avoided in the past. And to make matters worse we sometimes suffer leaky hydraulics. The cheaper antique tag just isn't salve enough for the greatly increased maintenance. [/b]

Sometimes it's seems staying washed and waxed just isn't enough.

You just mind your mechanic and keep it between the lines! I've grown fond of your obstinate and irascible self!

Is this what I have to look forward to? Its gonna be rough.

It is! The bad part is it is the reward for surviving all of the other stuff between birth and old age. The cruelest part of it is that being aware, intentionally avoiding stupid people, and a healthy immune system leave you if you make it that far. You lose the acuteness of sensory perception making it harder to remain aware, stupid people start taking care of you because smarter ones are doing something more rewarding, and your immune system says bye around 72 - 75 if you are lucky and around 62 if you aren't.

I suppose if the Old Testament Psalms were written today, the one saying "the span of our lives was 3 score and ten and if by reason or strength 4 score" would be amended to say, "and if you are lucky enough, smart enough, or strong enough to make it to 70 or 80 the rules change and the game is rigged".

So it's like "The Running Man", "Hunger Games", or "Squid Game" rolled into one. Enjoy the game 'cause you ain't getting out of it alive!

Aging is not pleasant, but it's better than the alternative! Better to grow old than cold... 03-old

Dude, I am counting on my faith based expirement plan more than my retirement plan. The gubment can't tax and renege on the former but they sure can on the latter, and are currently scheming as how to do it!
10-11-2021 06:00 PM
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RE: Lane stadium questions
Getting old is not for the faint of heart.
10-11-2021 09:08 PM
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RE: Lane stadium questions
Can you tailgate from lot 18? How long should i give myself to walk to the stadium and get seated from 18? thanks.
10-12-2021 05:04 AM
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