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by Dhamaka

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"Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results"........ Albert Einstein


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"Every time I see an adult on a bicycle I no longer despair for the future of the human race"
........ H G Wells

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........ Ralph Waldo Emerson

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........ Louis Pasteur

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........ Isabel Allende

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........ Marcel Proust

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........ Ernest Hemingway

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I still have more work than I can comfortably manage and you still won't see me around much for a while, but this was too good to not share
16th Jan 2007, 20:11   | tags:,

You look pretty good for 85!

16th Jan 2007, 20:13

Dhamaka says:

thank you kindly sir!

16th Jan 2007, 20:14

OJ says:

He heh. For a moment I thought they thought your first name was Edrich too.

I had a mental image of this charming old man, slight Eastern European accent, cardigan and slippers....

16th Jan 2007, 20:29

Twiglet says:

I'm thinking about my dear mum who was born in 1922 and her reactions and general fraility and I shudder to think that her age group are getting cheap car insurance.

BTW She has never driven and she's NOT Dhamaka.....

16th Jan 2007, 20:46

You sure Twiglet?

16th Jan 2007, 21:28

PR says:

mature drivers.. )
nice passage
and nice news for the people that were born in 1922 and earlier (I believe they can extend a little their special offer!)
Lets stand in queue! ))

16th Jan 2007, 22:09

Are you a safer driver if you first learned on a horsecart?

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16th Jan 2007, 23:18

yatesybear says:

Why yes, without seatbelts and GPS systems they all relied on their reflexes in those days. LOl

17th Jan 2007, 05:31

paintist says:

hehehe....you do look great for your age D :-)
sceptical? I dont blame you....hahaha

17th Jan 2007, 10:14

what was the second mistake?

17th Jan 2007, 10:17

Sprocket says:

That's as good as the letter I received . . .

' Dear MR Ives, From our records we see that it is time for you to come along to the clinic for your smear test!!!!!! '

I really wish I'd played dumb and gone along.

17th Jan 2007, 13:54

Dhamaka says:

sprocket - hehe you should have
monkey finger - my age and the renewal date
paintist - hmmm

as for the rest of you.. ho-hum

17th Jan 2007, 13:55

Dhamaka says:

oh and does anyone know why I lose the images when I click to comment? Using latest version of Firefox.. should I just reinstall?

17th Jan 2007, 13:56

Gael NLI says:

ROFL shades of Dorian Gray ...

17th Jan 2007, 14:33

Sprocket says:

GAEL - Have you seen the new range of Penguin Classics? they allow you to draw you own picture on the cover - and oddly enough Dorian Gray is in the selection. Now I know who to draw on the cover. Previously I was thinking of putting a nice rendition of Sir Cliff on my copy.

17th Jan 2007, 17:07

Dhamaka says:

I could go with the picture/letter thing but I don't want to be an evil guy... while being mildly bad is fun and not the same at all, I'm doing just fine as a girl thank-you

17th Jan 2007, 18:49

Gael says:

must look out for those books - sound like great pressies for those of an artistic bent : )

17th Jan 2007, 19:06

taniwha says:

I knew you had a time machine ... now share!

17th Jan 2007, 19:53

lifeofreilly says:

Very well preserved :) And with your own two hips- even!

LOL

17th Jan 2007, 20:05

Dhamaka says:

indeed

even


*hides time machine under bed....
.......oops!

17th Jan 2007, 21:19

Caine says:

:D

18th Jan 2007, 01:28

Jigalong says:

Well, did you you give them a ring for a quote 8)

19th Jan 2007, 06:26

Dhamaka says:

I don't think I'd be able to stop laughing..

19th Jan 2007, 12:50

JokerXL says:

Do you get a good discount for being an octogenarian?
Loads of experience!

21st Jan 2007, 09:08

Dhamaka says:

that is indeed what they claim...

21st Jan 2007, 09:16

midlife says:

That's funny and a clever... enjoyed the dialogue

22nd Jan 2007, 02:48

Dhamaka says:

:)

22nd Jan 2007, 08:10

Dhamaka says:

it's good to share :)

23rd Jan 2007, 18:39