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Subject: culture clash in the old folks home Date: 2/15/2007 10:55 PM
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At retirement communities around the country, a rift has opened up between the 90-year-olds and the comparatively spry 70-year-olds, between the generation that came of age during the Depression and the one that reached adulthood amid postwar prosperity.
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Subject: Re: culture clash in the old folks home Date: 2/15/2007 11:10 PM
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At retirement communities around the country, a rift has opened up between the 90-year-olds and the comparatively spry 70-year-olds, between the generation that came of age during the Depression and the one that reached adulthood amid postwar prosperity.

Beware of anecdotes about a single retirement home. My mother in law lives at another one, about 15 miles away from the one in the article, and they have none of those problems.

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