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My 'Golden Years' turned out to be brass

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"Adapt" was the advice I got from District Judge Joel Medd, a friend and former student, when we commiserated about the problems of aging.


Good advice. Many elderly people die early because their bodies and their minds are out of sync. Their minds keep suggesting things that bodies can't do anymore. Shovel that snow. Lift that bale. Shingle that roof. Then heart failure.


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