Living/Not Living

"Science for Work & Play"
“Science for Work & Play”

Living things: 99-year-old author Beverly Cleary

Things not living (even though he was last month): Abe Vigoda on Late Night With Conan O’Brien.

Who is the oldest person you know? A WWII veteran? A great-aunt? How old do you want to live to be?

11 thoughts on “Living/Not Living”

  1. “It’s’s alive” Dr. F Frankenstein circa 1930. Confuses things don’t it. I would live to live to be 90,assuming I am able to get around on my own. I am afraid the oldest people I know are my older sisters,and they aren’t THAT old.

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    1. I can’t even process 114. She must have been bewildered turning 100 and then she just kept going on and on. If it’s getting harder for me to hear and see now in my 40s, what will it be like then?


      1. Great question. The things both women have/had in common is they never took anything stronger than an occasional aspirin and always led active life styles. I’m pretty sure my parts will wear out long before then.

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