Monthly Archives: May 2019

Gero-Punk Ponderings: Life is the Only Way

Often lately I find myself dwelling with one of my most favorite poems: A Note, by Wislawa Szymborska. As I’m walking with Happy-dog, more slowly than I’d ever imagined it was possible to walk without toppling over (though, in actual … Continue reading

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You’re Invited: Gero-Punk Salon

Greetings to you!  Those of you who are local or close to the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area, please accept this invitation to participate in a Gero-Punk Salon! When: Sunday, June 9, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Where: Multnomah County Library Sellwood-Moreland … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Thought Experiment: Can an Old President Learn New Tricks? (Part 1)

A few weeks back, a venerable newspaper man asked me the question: Can a person be too old to be President? You might have seen his Washington Post editorial article in which I was quoted; I was glad to be … Continue reading

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