Being a mere 18 years old makes me see the world a certain way, and being this fresh makes my perspective a little skewed. Basically, to me everyone…

Being a mere 18 years old makes me see the world a certain way, and being this fresh makes my perspective a little skewed. Basically, to me everyone over the age of 22-24 is considered old. I can’t change how I feel so no one try to argue it. The good news about my severely altered view on age is that May is Older Americans Month, introduced by JFK in 1963. See, my youthful naiveté is both a blessing and a cure. The bright side is that I have my whole life ahead of me, the bad is that due to my stance on age I now have to appreciate the crap out of everyone over the age of 23. Wikipedia didn’t provide me with any clear instructions on how to celebrate this month-long event so I’m just going to wing it. Me, and everyone reading this, is bound by the Constitution (not really, but just do it anyway) to be nice and respectful to old Americans. If you already are then just do it even better and extend the love to non-American old people. We do this to show appreciation and gratitude, plus June is our month so the favor can be repaid.

– Ruben

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