Comments: Government Sponsored Health Coverage

Hmmm...instead of "recently 29 yr. old" you can put "formerly 29 yr. old".


posted by zonker on December 2, 2004 07:08 PM

Yeah, like FORMER Miss America?

Why not just say LOSER?!?!?

(Sorry. Touchy subject. Any MORE suggestions? :D)

posted by Key on December 2, 2004 07:15 PM

My life insurance premium went up 75% on my 40th birthday month before last. Apparently I instantly became a higher risk on my birthday...

I'll get involved in your debate soon. I just worked a few 15 hour days, and I need to recover. I'm an old man now, remember?

posted by Jack on December 3, 2004 02:23 AM

From "recently 29 yr. old" to "still young enough to appreciate the frosted side of Frosted MiniWheats"?

I'm trying here, Key. I really am. I'm 33 though and senility can be a real pain in the....what was I talking about?

posted by zonker on December 3, 2004 02:15 PM

30? Damn I have underwear older than that. Your not even broke in yet.

posted by James Old Guy on December 3, 2004 02:31 PM

Yanno, us 30+ year olds are about sick of hearing you bitch about being just 30.
Hell, you're still a babe. ;)

posted by DeAnna on December 3, 2004 02:41 PM
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