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Baby Boomer Laugh

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I sure can count on my readers to give me laughs. This one comes courtesy of Beyond Blue reader, Nancy. Enjoy!
Click here to watch “Baby Boomers.”



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Larry Parker

posted February 28, 2008 at 11:17 am


If Baby Boomers had, say, our dear BB friend lapatosu’s perspective on getting older (NOT “aging”), as opposed to that of desperate Hollywood starlets, the world would be a lot better off.
(And I say that with a mother who, but for her recent major surgery, would be right there with Handelsman’s cartoon characters!!!)



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MyLadyK

posted February 28, 2008 at 2:53 pm


I am just glad that I stopped by here today. I really needed that!! Some days the body and mind feel worn out, today is one of those days.



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victor

posted February 29, 2008 at 12:15 am


Very interesting. This video is quite good. I will send this video to my friends on BoomerMingle dot com.



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Nancy

posted March 3, 2008 at 8:32 pm


Hope you had a wonderful birthday Therese and I am still laughing about the video myself since my birthday is March 8th and I am officially one of those baby boomers.
Nan aka sixlittlekitties



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