Some praise for bikers! This short YouTube video shows a good Samaritan biker using his motorcycle to stop traffic in a crosswalk so a disabled old man can get across the street. No, it’s not in the U.S., but motorcyclists everywhere should get some credit for this biker’s actions.Continue reading →
This upbeat commercial finds Ria and An, two Dutch grandmas who have never flown before, planning and taking their first plane flight. Ria, in her 70s, is the fun loving, daring one while An, turning 72, is the one afraid of flying. Her husband, Jan, tells us she “is completely terrified.” But there’s An training for the flight in a passenger flight simulator, while Ria gets herself ready by going on a roller coaster ride.
The two senior women meet on the day of the flight, by private jet of course, and have a great time on their first flight. It’s fun and heartwarming without being overly mushy. Produced by Vodaphone (British Telecommunications Company). With subtitles.Continue reading →
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The staff and residents at the Diana Isaac Retirement Village in Christchurch, New Zealand sang and danced to this tribute to Pharrell Williams’ Happy. Great place and happy senior citizens!
Mark Dice, who makes many of these type of YouTube videos, asks random people to sign a petition supporting the mandatory euthanasia of senior citizens. He tells them it will help keep the costs of healthcare down. People, even older ones, eagerly sign.
Euthanasia, by the way, is painlessly killing people suffering from an incurable and painful disease or in an irreversible coma. My guess is that the people signed the petition because they didn’t have a clue as to what the word meant. At least that’s what I’m hoping!!Continue reading →
This catchy rap tune, performed by two senior citizens has, as its main chorus “Look out son, cuz we’re movin’ in.” This well-done political YouTube video is produced by Social Security Works Washington (Preserving and strengthening Social Security for Washington State) and The Economic Opportunity Institute. (Building an economy that works – for everyone). They claim they want to prevent Social Security benefit cuts. You can read more at www.justscrapthecap.com.Continue reading →