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70th Class Reunion

We, the class of '53, donned our bifocals, hearing aids and Depends and headed over for Uncle Louie's café. We drove fast before we forgot where we were going.

We couldn't remember keeping Old Stoney company but it didn't matter 'cause we couldn't hear each other anyway. We yelled at the waitress to wait on us but she said she'd already served us our prune juice.

Shirley was just her usual brain-dead self, Evelyn said she'd forgotten her meds. Jeanie was late 'cause her pet sheep were lambing. Ella Mae nodded off. We tried to converse with some of the people that we know, but they said they ne...