HomeAsshatsThere There Jay Tea June 6, 2004 Asshats 8 Comments This morning, before breakfast, I realized I was nearly out of milk. I schlepped down to the neighborhood sCumberland Farms (it Weekend Caption Contest™ Winners Energizer Bunny Would be Envious Related Posts The Follies Of The Coastal Elite The Left’s Most Hated Koch Brothers Are Only 59th In Highest Political Donations Social Engineering Vs. Economics 101 About The Author Jay Tea 8 Comments Boyd June 6, 2004 He was an older guy, maybe mid-40’s… Ahem. Mid-40s is still young, I’ll have you know. Damn whippersnappers… Sharleen Mondal June 6, 2004 Do you think he’s screwed up because he can’t speak English, because he’s old, or because he was buying alcohol very early on a Sunday? Marc June 6, 2004 And he paid with quarters! And I also resent that older guy crack! Damm youngin’s no respect any more! Jay Tea June 6, 2004 Sharleen: D), all of the above. Body, Marc: “Older” as in “Older than me.” Guy probably had at about 10 years on me, and I feel plenty old (regardless of the calendar). J. McGehee June 6, 2004 You’ll always be a whippersnapper to me, Jay. Rodney Dill June 6, 2004 Nice catch Boyd, I was thinking how I would respond before I even finished reading the post. I’m mid forty’s and I just finished beating my 14 year old daughter (my youngest) at Tennis, not that I’m any good, and she’s just starting. I always tell her that old age and treachery overcome youth and skill. Paul June 6, 2004 I think you are being to hard on the guy… Usually by the time I’m buying booze with with quarters at 7 in the morning, my English ain’t too good neither. Timmer June 7, 2004 Funny, all I can think of is that I haven’t bought a quart at 7 in the morning with a bunch of quarters since college…and I had to stand in line because the late shift from the candy factory was letting out. Quite a few of them didn’t speak English very well either as I recall.