Monthly Archives: September 2013

Gero-Punk Contemplation: Life is the only way

Happy-the-dog and I got caught in a huge downpour on our walk this morning. I thought I had perfectly timed our walk for in between downpours, but shortly after we commenced, so did the rain.   Happy and I had … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Provocation: Our research is living, our data is life

Happy Autumn Equinox to you! I hope this message finds you all doing just swell on this liminal day that marks the transition from summer to fall. I don’t know what the weather’s like where you are, but those of … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Reflections: Someone Is Watching Over Me

An essay from guest Gero-Punk Larry Cross “All the good wasn’t good and all the bad wasn’t bad, and it wasn’t happenstance.” Kerrigan Black, my partner of 16 years, wrote those lyrics to his song, “Someone is Watching Over Me.” … Continue reading

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