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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 10, No. 5, May 1982
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date May 1982
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Transcript Dotage Thoughts I read m the paper about an old lady who married an Arab at seventy three. She left all her children astonished, behind her and galloped off, chuckling and slapping her knee. Shall I marry an Arab? I saw in a movie an elderly person who bought an old wagon instead of a house. She drove to the Andes and set up a sawmill and ran it with her aboriginal spouse. Shall I buy an old wagon? I went to a party and met an old woman who stood on her head when they passed the dessert Descending again, she explained to the people that if you eat vegetables age doesn't hurt. Shall I stand on my head? I read in a book of an octogenarian living alone in the top of a tree. She spent most of her time in the lotus position and lived to a skittish one hundred and three. Shall I live in a tree? Not daring to put all my eggs in one basket but feeling it urgent to go forth and seek, I bought an old wagon and put a tree in it and stood on my head while I married a Sheik. Maggie Kuhn outside the White House