The Holier Than Thou Radio Guy

Asking forgiveness, Septuagenarian style: In this chapter, the names have been changed to protect the innocent. “The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.” Mahatma Gandhi Chapter 3 – Asking forgiveness I want to insert a disclaimer at this point. The Jay K in this chapter of my book is NOT […]

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Thanksgivukkah – 2013

Chapter 3 Thanksgivukkah – 2013 It’s the Holiday season and I don’t want to confuse you but….I love them all. Thanksgiving is by far my favorite holiday and in the year 2013, Hanukkah and Thanksgiving fell on the same day, November 27. On that particular Thursday Thanksgiving and the first full day of Hanukkah coincided. […]

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2016 Elections in the Eyes of this Septuagenarian

If the Donald and Hilary are stranded on a boat in the middle of the ocean, who survives? AMERICA. This was pretty much the feeling about the 2016 presidential election. I was seventy six years old during the battle of the presidency between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton – two very flawed candidates who left […]

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Chapter 2 – Benefits for Septuagenarians

Did you know there are a lot of benefits related to being a septuagenarian? Think of all the discounts we get. When you check into a motel you can get your AARP discount even when you are not a member of AARP. They never ask to see your AARP card. I always thought AARP stood […]

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Becca Becomes a Septuagenarian

Chapter 1 Becca Becomes a Septuagenarian When you’re 70 years old, you become more thankful for “the big things in life.” For example, large print crossword puzzles. Did you know that GETTING OLD IS A ONE TIME EXPERIENCE? So, when did this experience of getting old start. I think with me it started on that […]

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