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June 1, 2014 12:00 AM

DR. BILL CUMMINGS: Old age

I heard on the radio today that old age starts at 80. I guess that means me. Funny, I don’t feel old. Oh, I’ve got bad knees and arthritic fingers and flabby muscles, but my mind is just as sharp -- maybe sharper -- than it was when I was 50. And that’s a fact.

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