Are Seniors really as entitled as they think they are?

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14 Dec 2006, 8:27 pm

I ask this question, because I've witnessed a funny incident, just an hour ago. I've been living on my own, for over a month and a lot of seniors live in my building. Two of them and I were standing outside, waiting for the Christmas Dinner to start. We were all told that the dinner will be at 6PM. The woman in the electric scooter, started yelling at Linda, the manager of all the apartment buildings in my area, saying that she could at least let her in, from the pouring rain. I've gone back to my flat, because I didn't want that woman to see me laughing at her. I was laughing very loudly, all the way back to my room. :lol:



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16 Dec 2006, 11:36 am

I think the question here is her disability, not her age.



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16 Dec 2006, 11:41 am

ed wrote:
I think the question here is her disability, not her age.


I think your right. :)



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17 Dec 2006, 6:21 am

Plus sometimes when people get older, they have less patience with life.


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Sure. Why not?