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Eat a Sandwich

I’m going to date myself horribly in this piece, so let me admit the disgusting truth up front:  I’m old.  I have worked hard to reach this age, and the exertion required to continue climbing the ladder of years gets more and more difficult as time goes by but, I suspect, it is not nearly as taxing as the effort in which so many engage to remain young, or the self-abuse and struggle required to remain beautiful.  Because I don’t give a rodent’s rectum about appearing to be half my age, and because I feel that those that prize form above function range from the sadly misguided to the laughably ludicrous, I am able to quash any shred of empathy for these poor souls and pass judgment on them without the slightest twinge of guilt.  What fun.

While surfing television the other day, I encountered a short report on some terribly vital and celebrated fashion show.  I watched a minute or two of the exhibition – stick figured women of indecipherable age slinking up and down an elevated walkway as onlookers photographed them and a commentator spoke of what the “right” people were wearing this season, as they implied that only the alarmingly unaware among us could even consider appearing in public without being draped in one of the magnificent creations on display.

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