NOBODY ASKED ME BUT

We offer observations on the human condition from a twenty year old mind trapped in an 80 year old body.

NOBODY ASKED ME BUT

These days, walking up stairs in a college I look down to avoid being charged with looking up a short skirt.

Today was once yesterday. Too bad I didn’t know yesterday, yesterday.

I have never understood why I must wear something on my head to show respect for God. If God wanted us to wear something on our head, why didn’t he have us born with something?

I assume Tea Party parents read stories at night to their children about liberal beasts who lurk on street corners waiting to lure away little children.

Little girls love giving instructions to grand pa.

It is one thing for a nation to lose its innocence, it is another to lose your common sense.

A family chomping french fries together is a family chomping to become obese.

Among elderly folk, I am tall. Among young people, I am short. A tale of two generations.