Tag Archives: Medicare

Entry 534: Mom Can’t Die

Sorry–I’m not going to be very funny today. Let me say at the outset that, like most reasonably sane people, I have no desire to kill my mother. However, I wish I could help her die. Mom is in the … Continue reading

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Entry 506: What–You Want More Than 10 Years of Senior Discounts?

This is the final installment in my joyous holiday series about death. I hope you’ve been enjoying it so far. The New York Times Magazine of November 22 published the results of a poll in which it asked readers “If … Continue reading

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Entry 425: When You’re 61

So I turn 61 tomorrow. Big friggin’ deal. Talk about your non-milestone birthdays! I’m past qualifying for the seniors’ menu at Dennys, but not old enough for a discount at my local movie theater. And I’m still years from Medicare. … Continue reading

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