At 50, Your Warranty Expires and Everything Falls Apart
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BeschreibungTurning 50? Tom Dryden beat you to it three years ago and, to help you find your way (since you will be losing your glasses along with your hearing, muscle tone, sort-term memory and, probably, your job,) compiled this hilarious sneak preview of what you can expect. At 50, Your Warranty Expires examines topics that will resonate with every Boomer/Geezer, from the drug companies' disturbing use of classic rock and roll songs to hawk pharmaceuticals, to how to best prepare for the revolting medical procedure your doctor will expect you to undergo regularly now that you're 50. You'll find essays about these topics, along with more than four dozen of his award-winning columns examining the increasingly wacky world in which you can expect to live out the few short years you have left. Read it quickly because, at your age, you never know... Tom Dryden, who runs an advertising agency by day, started writing his column, Doubting Thomas, in 1999, for the local newspaper in Wilton, Conn., where he lives with his wife, Judy, two college-age sons, and two idiot dachshunds. He was pleased to be named Best Humor Columnist in New England by the New England Press Association until he remembered that nobody in New England has a sense of humor.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: DOG EAR PUB LLC
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2005
Seitenanzahl: 220 Seiten