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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Over 60s 'shouldn’t walk and talk while crossing the road’

As if ...

Be sure to read the comments ... the first one is my favourite/favorite. At 65 I'm over-the-hill, outside the box and can't walk and talk at the same time -- good thing I don't chew gum ...

4 comments:

  1. Can anyone get money for this kind or research? As a pensioner I could do with a bit extra :-)

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  2. In the U.S. Just about any well-placed professor or graduate student can get a research grant from a private outfit.
    What's sad is that much of the funding for these grants could be better used elsewhere, but it wouldn't then be "tax deductible."

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  3. Very funny post! I'm 65 and can't walk and talk at the same time either. I can multi task in the kitchen cooking and doing dishes but it stops there.
    Those are things I can do in the dark.
    What is it when you get to your 60's that we flail around and fall all over ourselves. I've fallen a number of times. What's with that.
    Well thanks for writing this one for me!
    Blessings, Barb in Ohio
    www.barbwhitti.blogspot.com

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  4. G'day. Now I'm really worried. I am not yet 60, let along over it. 59 tomorrow actually and walking and talking at the same time is not in my list of things to do together especially if I am not looking where I'm going because I'm too busy flapping the gums. I can and do multi task at work everyday and at home it's a regular thing, but out and about I could be down right dangerous. Take care...

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