Army of Mom

So this is how liberty dies ... with thunderous applause.


Hitting a little too close to home

Apparently, I've offended the old people who have found themselves at Army of Mom.

Normally, I would apologize. I hate offending people. But, you know what? Just like any stereotyping and characterizations - there are always exceptions. If you are an exception to the stereotype - don't be offended because you're not like that.

However, if you are a turd to people at the rec center gym, then, by all means - don't let the door hit your walker on the way out.

I like a lot of old people in spite of the dumb things they do and I know in the not so far-off future, I'll be a goofy old person, too. Hell, I already have the inability to use the self-checkout line at the grocery store or program a DVD player. *shrug*

Ok, so, pissed off old folks. Sorry. But, I stand by my earlier post. *ducking thrown dentures*


  • At 9:58 AM, June 30, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    If you act like a snotty 5 year old, and expect to be treated "special", do NOT get all high and mighty when you get called to task for it.
    I do not give a rats ass how old a person is, what color their skin is, or where they came from.
    Quality of the human being underneath all of that matters more to me.
    That is why I am more likely to have a conversation with my kids than most of the people I meet on a daily basis.


  • At 12:48 PM, July 01, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    hey, as an old lady who stills yells at "old" people to get out of my way (all over this great country of ours) on the roads... or verbally "instruct" the old folks to "drive it like you stole it!!" I agree with you, being a Floridian I know how awful truly 'Old' farts can be...

    love you,

  • At 8:09 PM, July 01, 2009, Blogger Submariner said…

    Had another thought concerning the old fart's smile; how tight was your leotard? He may have been snotty just to watch you move over and do all the bending to adjust the seat...



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