At ten he was a thoughtful and sober-minded young man, at fourteen almost an old fogy
Holtham will claim that this is hyperbole, and/or LuPone is just an old fogy
who simply doesn't get it.
At the risk of getting a flood of comments telling me I'm an old fogy
(sometimes you just have to take one for the team), I hope most advisors are taking this 'advice' with healthy skepticism, because it flies in the face of much of what the independent advisory industry has learned over the past 40 years or so.
"I'm now officially an old fogy
. When Bird Woman asked me last week what I wanted for my birthday, I told her I wanted one of those new tree-stands with the big padded seat, because at my age I deserve a little comfort when I'm bowhunting.
You can't act like an old fogy
, even if you are one," quips Roub.
Perhaps I am an old fogy
, but I was disappointed in John Allen's commentary on Pope John Paul's plea for hope at Lourdes (NCR, Aug, 27), as if it were inappropriately simplistic in the face of the momentous problems of our day.
You don't have to be an old fogy
or an egghead, Costas adds, to appreciate what Scully, McKay or Jack Whitaker brought to the broadcast booth--the concept that there was a way to communicate excitement not predicated solely on volume.
As a result,I'm driving around like an old fogy
,barely making it to 30mph in city traffic and panic breaking every whip- stitch.
"Market-based campaigns are only going to get more popular, since we're facing such a difficult time politically," says Jim Steitz, the SSC's forest-protection coordinator, and practically an old fogy
at age 22.
Has the world changed that much, or am I just an old fogy
? As a youngster, I spent my life outdoors -- still do.