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High life

Hearing that 60 is the new 40 makes me want to punch the nearest octagenarian

People today are obsessed with living healthily but then go out and behave like slobs

7 May 2016

9:00 AM

7 May 2016

9:00 AM

 

 New York

I went downtown to Katz’s the other day and had a pastrami sandwich that made me want to shout. God, it’s good to be bad and eat bad, but not necessarily act bad. That’s the trouble nowadays. People take care of their health, eat properly, exercise obsessively, do mental gymnastics such as crossword puzzles, and then go out and act like slobs, use the F-word non-stop and talk with their mouths full.

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