"Nothing short of an aroused public can change things, nothing less than democracy is at stake. -- Bill Moyers
LOLI'm not there yet, but I can see it from here. :)
hey PoP--me, too.at least I hope I'm not there yet---uh, what was I sayin?
I don't forget so much where things are, I forget I even have them sometimes. But that's not so much age since I've done that all my life.
hee hee, PoP--done that, too.tho' I'm more likely to lose my keys or phone and go raging around the house shrieking.oh, well, I did that for years, too -- so I probably can't blame aging too much -- yet.
I love it! It's amazing how it all sounds so funny when he sings it, but my son doesn't see the humor when I forget to pick him up for school.
hey, M E--yeah, kids don't seem to appreciate the lapses, do they?not having kids, at least that's one set of 'oopses' I've not had to contend with.
Hey, visiting here from Mary Ellen's. I loved the video! Not that I, personally, could um, relate to it, you understand, but it was really has anyone seen my glasses?
hee hee, Candace--is that them on top of your head?:)
Heh heh, I think I have a theory that could fit nicely into this particular sort of forgetfulness. In order for a person to forget, he/she must have an original thought, what ever it might be, to become forgotten. Yours truly has non of those, ergo, nothing to forget. No wonder, Homer is my hero.
hey, Pekka and welcome to scattershot -- my antidote for BushCo. when I can't stand researching material for PP&D any longer, I take a break by hunting for stuff to put here.and, I love your solution for creeping senility -- just don't have any thoughts to BE forgotten! why didn't I think of that? oh, that would require thinking, wouldn't it? that explains it--:)
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