Andy Rooney Praises Women Over 50

January 14, 1919 - November 4, 2011
January 14, 1919 - November 4, 2011

Andy Rooney Praises Women Over 50

Yes, Andy Rooney had lavish words of praise about women who are over 50 – women of a certain age. You know Andy Rooney. He is witty. He is funny. He is a combination of commentator / reviewer / philosopher. He owns a set of formidable eyebrows. He appears on the CBS television show, “60 Minutes” which airs every Sunday evening. When asked if he ever thought about retiring, he said, “What? Retire from life?” (Note: Andy passed away two months short of his 93rd birthday - Nov. 4, 2011.)

Here is some of the praise that Andy is said to have uttered concerning women of a certain age. “Certain age” has become a label for older women. “Certain” may really be a very appropriate term. It means without doubt, sure, definite – but unspecified. That describes us. We seldom have doubts, we are sure of ourselves, we are often definite – but unspecified.

"Old age isn't so bad, when you consider the alternative." - Maurice Chevalier

In case you missed this on “60 Minutes”, these are Andy’s thoughts about women over 50:


Praise from Andy

“As I grow in age, I value women over 50 most of all. Here are just a few reasons why:

“A woman over 50 will never wake you in the middle of the night and ask, ‘'What are you thinking?' She doesn't care what you think.

“If a woman over 50 doesn't want to watch the game, she doesn't sit around whining about it. She does something she wants to do, and it's usually more interesting.

“Women over 50 are dignified. They seldom have a screaming match with you at the opera or in the middle of an expensive restaurant. Of course, ifthey think you deserve it, they won't hesitate to shoot you – if they think they can get away with it.

“Older women are generous with praise, often undeserved. They know what it's like to be unappreciated.

“Women get psychic as they age. You never have to confess your sins to a woman over 50.

“Once you get past a wrinkle or two, a woman over 50 is far sexier than her younger counterpart.

“Older women are forthright and honest.. They will tell you right off if you are a jerk, if you are acting like one. You don't ever have to wonder where you stand with her.

“Yes, we praise women over 50 for a multitude of reasons. Unfortunately, it's not reciprocal. For every stunning, smart, well-coiffed, hot woman over 50, there is a bald, paunchy relic in yellow pants making a fool of himself with some 22-year old waitress. Ladies, I apologize.”

Andy is Funny and Frank is Funny Imitating Andy

Frank Caliendo is a comedian and impressionist who has the capacity to remarkably imitate his subjects. Watch as he gives his impression of Andy reviewing the iPhone. Even Andy had to laugh at this one.

Frank Caliendo as Andy


Here is another fellow who praised older women: "The age of a woman doesn't mean a thing. The best tunes are played on the oldest fiddles." - Ralph Waldo Emerson


© Copyright BJ Rakow Ph.D. 2010, 2012. All rights reserved. Author, "Much of What You Know about Job Search Just Ain't So." An enlightening book about job search with dynamic facts about interviewing, negotiating, networking, and creating a powerful resume.


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Arthur Windermere 6 years ago

Now I appreciate a good cougar as much as the next guy, but over 50 is a bit too demanding. I'll leave them to Andy Rooney's leathery old pixiestick.

"Women get psychic as they age." - I always suspected Uri Geller is a woman over 50.

Thanks for the amusing hub. Andy Rooney's quite a character.


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Green Lotus 6 years ago from Atlanta, GA

I love Andy Rooney. He's one of my mentors and he always makes me laugh but that iphone video had me screaming. I really enjoyed this entire hub, but I have to say I think I read the "older woman" stuff once before and it referred to women over 40! Well, we have to keep up with the times:) rated up doc!


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Hey, Arthur, always fun to hear from you. Still laughing from your graphic description of Andy's you know what.

And I hate to disappoint you but Uri Geller is of the masculine persuasion. Met him one time in Las Vegas.

Thanks for the early visit and the kind words.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Green Lotus. 'Sfunny you mentioned hearing the older woman stuff before. I thought I had, too, so took the precaution of stating "Andy is said to have uttered" because I liked the thoughts and planned to publish them anyway.

Thanks for the visit, GL, and the rating. You know you're one of my favorite Hubbuddies.


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Nellieanna 6 years ago from TEXAS

Oh that Andy Rooney is such a character! What will we do when he leaves us? - He's an icon. I love the two videos - that impression of Andy and the iPhone is hilarious. And I can see him DOING it!! As for his assessment of us women over 50 - well - he's always been super-wise & had the best taste! Arthur - I'm no cougar. . . 'way past that! haha!


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

You are so right, Nellieanna. Andy is one of a kind and icon is the perfect description for him. Sometimes, in fact most of the time, he is the best thing on the entire 60 Minutes program.

Speaking of cougars, we need to come up with an appropriate term to describe attractive women of a certain age beyond cougar-dom. Any suggestions?


WildIris 6 years ago

This is funny! Thanks for the laugh.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Wildiris - thanks for the visit. Happy I gave you a laugh, something that doesn't happen often enough. That's part of my motto: Live, love and laugh.


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suziecat7 6 years ago from Asheville, NC

As a woman over 50, I appreciated the wit here. Fun to read Hub.


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Arthur Windermere 6 years ago

Whoah Nellie! You might be past cougar age, but you're still kinda cute. Alas, I'm afraid I have a little rule of thumb,

A girl I mustn't date/Whom I can't impregnate

Poetry worthy of Wallace Stevens. Okay, a term for an attractive woman beyond cougar-dom. According to UrbanDictionary, they're called 'jaguars.' But I don't see why we have to keep up the cat motif. Why not move on to desserts? Like 'cherry cobblers.' Like, "Hey Nellieanna, anyone ever tell you you're a real cherry cobbler?" Or someone might ask, "Dude, you look like a cherry cobbler gobbler," and then I say, "Well, I have this rule of thumb, 'A girl I mustn't...'"

Definitely a subject worth pondering. Thanks drbj!


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Hello, hello, 6 years ago from London, UK

Thank you for a great hub and boosting my confidence.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

suziecat - thanks for the visit. Glad you enjoyed the hub. If your avatar is your photo, you don't look a day over 39. Trust me.


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breakfastpop 6 years ago

Terrific hub. Andy Rooney is not afraid to tell it the way it is. He's still gong strong at 91. Good for him!


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Arthur - I just thought of an alternative motto for you: I won't date ... a girl who is celibate. Whatcha think?

Like your idea about the dessert motif for post-jaguars; will ponder that awhile. Thanks for your humorous visits.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, hello. Boosting people's confidence and self-esteem is one of the things I love to do. Thank you for the visit and the kind words.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Good morning, bp. Happy that you found time to visit - know how busy you are at breakfast time.

I agree. Andy is one of a kind. Long may he reign.


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De Greek 6 years ago from UK

Why is it that women find it odd that we men can be seriously attracted by women of "a certain age"???

Wome of an age REMOTELY close to that of my own children LEAVE ME COLD! Absolutely no impression at all, not the slightest attraction!

Before I got married again, I have been with luscious women of well over 50 and I would not have changed them for a truckload of youth. My current wife admits that she had to use a great deal of ruse in order to get me interested, simply because she was less than 50 and I was not intersted, though she was not a child.

NOT ALL ME ARE THE SAME, LADIES!


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jayjay40 6 years ago from Bristol England

What a great hub this is, loved reading it and had a good laugh. Thanks for spreading laughter, well done drbj


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EllenGraeger 6 years ago from Madrid

Why is it ALWAYS men giving their opinion about women ? This Andy Rooney guy seems to be reasonable, though. But the odd food - never heard about that.

Why can't we just keep life, loves, laughter as it should be (and our nutrition as well): NATURAL!

A very inspiring hub, drbj, I could go on spilling my philosophical thoughts to this community for the next 50??? years.


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Darlene Sabella 6 years ago from Hello, my name is Toast and Jam, I live in the forest with my dog named Sam ...

Yes, I always loved to watch Andy, it seems like a long time ago since I have seen him on TV. Great hub, and thanks for the kudos, we surly are fantastic us women of a "certain" age. Thumbs up


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BJBenson 6 years ago from USA

Yes , we women are like a good old wine. I am older then my husband and proud of it.I enjoy telling , see I told you so to him. LOL. Or I am older , thats why. It is a joke for us. This is a nice hub. Andy is always good.


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katiem2 6 years ago from I'm outta here

I love Andy Rooney, I enjoy 60 minutes and watch it when I'm home. This is a great hub and perfect for Mothers Day. Thanks and Peace :)


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anglnwu 6 years ago

Love his take on women over 50. Thanks for sharing.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

De Greek - It is refreshing to know that there are charming, intelligent, sophisticated, urbane, suave men like yourself who understand the merits of sharing their lives with women who have wisdom, charm and the maturity one learns through life experiences.

Appreciate your sharing your personal story - my compliments to Mrs. De Greek.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Thank you, jay jay, I always love to hear from you with your kind words. Your comments make my day.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Ellen - To answer your question, about men giving their opinion about women, I have found in my personal experience that many women seem to respect the opinions of men about such things more than the opinions of women. Would you agree?

Thanks for your kind words and I expect to be reading those philosophical hubs of yours for at least another 50 years.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Andy Rooney may not be everyone's cup of tea but he certainly won me over with these positive and funny statements.

Thanks for the visit, Darlene, and your inspirational comments.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, BJ, Good to hear that you are a Rooney fan, too. Anyone with his sense of humor and staying power and positive thoughts about women is my hero.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Katie. Glad you enjoyed Andy's thoughts. Thanks for the visit.

You are absolutely right. This was the perfect time to publish these plaudits to older women with Mother's Day just around the corner.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

anginwu - how nice of you to stop by. Like you, I enjoyed his take on "certain age" women. The popular term, cougar, is unappealing to me.

It's difficult enough to age gracefully when you are a woman without being compared to a feral jaguar-type of animal. I often think of the famous quote by Bette Davis and the title of one of my hubs: "Old Age Ain't for Sissies." Ain't that the truth?


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Sage Williams 6 years ago

Great hub, I used one of Andy Rooney's video's in my hub as well. I have never been able to stand his voice, but he does seem to get to my funny bone every now and then. It's a good thing for him that women over 50 still have a sense of humor.

Thanks,

Sage


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wavegirl22 6 years ago from New York, NY

d- how i needed a good giggle tonight. . you and Andy really got me with how a woman over 50 wont wake u in the night to ask what you are thinking.. ha she doesn't care what it is . I am still giggling and other than being overly exhausted. . it is good to know I still have enough energy to keep laughing.. great read!! I needed this one :)))


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Ah, Sage - what a very good point you made. Women who are most attractive after reaching the age of 50 are surely women who understand the importance of possessing a sense of humor.

More power to all "certain-agers!"

Thanks for your visit and comments - they are much appreciated.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, wavegirl - so happy I could provide a laugh and a giggle with Andy's remarks. His voice does grate occasionally but his wit and humor override it.

Did you enjoy the video Frank made? He does a good job imitating Andy's gravelly voice and pedantic style.

Happy Mother's Day to all!


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billyaustindillon 6 years ago

DRBJ - yes a great laugh and reminder and a great tribute for mother's day - humor makes the world go round :)


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

billy - thanks for the visit and yes, you're absolutely right; it's definitely humor and laughter that make the world go round.

Some famous wit once said, and I heartily concur: "He who laughs, lasts!"


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Pamela99 6 years ago from United States

Wonderful hub. Andy Rooney is so entertaining and he made some valid points about women over 50. great hub.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

I love when you visit, Pamela, you always have such nice things to say. Absolutely true, of course. And Andy - he is definitely a gem.


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prettydarkhorse 6 years ago from US

Love this hub, I know I will be like that when I reached 50-- women with confidence, Happy Mothers day drbj, Maita


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Mike Lickteig 6 years ago from Lawrence KS USA

I always enjoyed Andy Rooney, I used to own a couple books he wrote a long time ago. He is about the only part of 60 Minutes these days that isn't depressing. Women over 50 are special because they always know what the issue is. It doesn't matter what problem you're trying to face and deal with--they understand, often without the need for any expanation whatsoever. (Just for the record, I would say women over 45 fall in this category...)

By the way, didn't Joe Piscopo parody Andy Rooney on Saturday Night Live, about 30 years ago? (Probably have to be over 50 to know the answer to that, I realize...)

Mike


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Maita - thank you so much for the faithful visits and the nice comments. You are a treasure, and will be confident all your life. Promise.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Mike - I agree with you that Andy is often the only positive voice or even humorous take on any subject on 60 Minutes.

Don't tell anyone but since I'm older than dirt, I do remember Piscopo's parody and it was funny, funny.

On the behalf of women, 45 and older, thank you for the gratifying comment.


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habee 6 years ago from Georgia

This is awesome! I especially appreciate Rooney's words now that I'm 51!


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Thanks for the visit, habee.

51? You must be kidding. You don't look (from your avatar) a day over 39!

Thanks for the "awesome" comment - that's always been one of my favorite words.


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James A Watkins 6 years ago from Chicago

I love Andy Rooney and I loved your Hub. I agree with everything Andy said, too. :D


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Oh, James, what lovely sentiments. Somehow I already knew you would be a fan of Andy's, admiring his wit, humor, point of view and "staying" power.

More power to you, too. Thanks for such "loving" comments.


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lovelypaper 6 years ago from Virginia

Delightful hub. I always thought he was "an old fart".


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, lovelypaper. Well now you know he is also a man of wit, discrimination and intelligence as well. Has to be with his thoughts about women over 50.

Thanks for the visit and the "delightful" comment.


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ALL4JESUS 6 years ago from USA

As I am counting the months before that 50 mark - I needed this! Charming! Are you related to my favorite Chef - William Rakow of Alto-Shaam here in Wisconsin? Chef Bill is my all time favorite. What a delight. You write just like he talks - full of energy and joy.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

So nice to meet you. And you can come back any time with comments like writing "full of energy and joy." But you know that is how I feel so I'm delighted that you recognized it.

No, Chef Bill sounds like my sort of guy but we're not related - that I know. But if I ever get to Alto-Shaam, I'll stop by and tell him you sent me.


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Petra Vlah 6 years ago from Los Angeles

When Andy Rooney is on, he is really on; fortunately he is rarely off. I Just love Andy and did not know he was 91


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Petra. Andy is one of a kind and has built up a following that sorely misses him on the few occasions he isn't "on." Thanks for the visit. Delighted that you love him, too.


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suny51 6 years ago

Hello Drbj-this is kinda article I prefer to read,a fair and honest description of your subject but with a comic touch ,describing them making every thing so interesting that one is bound to read every word of it.Inspiring,and you know what I mean,yes exactly that.I get too impressed too soon.


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, suny, you are the kind of reader I prefer to have. Someone who appreciates interesting reading that is inspiring and I know exactly what you mean and no, you could never get too impressed too soon. You are simply more perceptive than the rest. True?

Thanks for the visit and the gracious comments. Always my pleasure to hear from you.


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Sweetsusieg 6 years ago from Michigan

I liked Andy Rooney BEFORE I was a woman of a 'certain age', now that I am nearing that age, I like him even more! He's really 91? Wonder if he is single?

Bet there are women all over who clamor for his attentions. I can see it now *visualizing women in their 80's bashing each other with their walkers trying to get a peek at Andy Rooney, though he is only 5 feet away!* "Let me have a look at that stud muffin!!"

Hmmm, Arthur (your first commenter) 'Women over 50 is bit too demanding'... of what? By now they're used to you leaving your socks laying around so they just pick them up. They quit complaining of the seat being left up a long time ago and learned to look first. Hmmmm *thinking*

Well gee, the only thing that would cause me concern at this age of being 'almost' would be money... Yep he'd need to have a job. Cause I couldn't stand him hanging over me all day...


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida Author

I knew, susie, you would appreciate Andy's wit and good taste. Andy and Betty White and Sally Gordon are all remarkable role models that aid in dispelling the myths about older people in general and older women in specific.

So, do you want me to look for you for a guy with moolah? Stud muffiness would also be an enjoyable quality. And I would enjoy looking - for you, of course. Just say the word! :)


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Sweetsusieg 6 years ago from Michigan

A guy with Moola - stud muffin-ness AND have the appreciation of women such as Andy Rooney? I thought you were a Doctor - not a magician!! LOL


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vocalcoach 5 years ago from Nashville Tn.

...well, Here I sit, laughing with no end in site. I adore Andy Rooney - and I adore you as well! Marvelous hub. Bookmarked for return trips. You are the best!!!!


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida Author

Good morning, Ruby. You made my day by adoring Andy - long one of my favorites - and adoring me, too. Wow!

Thank you for your always welcome gracious and complimentary comments. 'Marvelous' is one of my favorite adjectives, too. And you are the best, as well! :)


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MartieCoetser 5 years ago from South Africa

I enjoyed this hub very-very much, and absolutely agree with Andy Rooney's view on women of a certain age. When I turned 50 I colored my hair (dark) purple, just to make a statement: I'm acting my age, which is NOT 50. I love this phase of my life - in spite of never-ending challenges I don't have to prove myself to anybody. Done that and what I've failed to prove.... well, I like to surprise myself.... I've voted this one up in all ways.


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida Author

Your new avatar, Martie, is delicious - I like it a lot. But purple hair? I'll have to think about that one.

What is that saying about age? "Women are as old as they feel (I'll drink to that.) and men are old when they stop feeling."

Getting older is liberating, no doubt about it, and you are so wise to understand that. Do whatever you please, as long as it doesn't hurt someone else. As far as surprising yourself, I think you may have done that already, m'luv. Thank you for enjoying this hub and the ups - you know I love hearing from you.


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MartieCoetser 5 years ago from South Africa

Forgot to mention - after three months the purple was no longer visible.... it disappeared into my spirit. So whenever you see a purple spirit - that's me! Oh, and the hair... my daughter put down her foot. I may have no grey hair before the age of 60. So this obedient mother is off to the hairdresser again totday... I must actually remember she did not obey all my rules when she was a teenager. Mmm-mmm... she was pretty naughty... :))))


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida Author

Your daughter was naughty, eh? So were you, sweetie, with the purple hair.

To tell the truth, I haven't seen any pretty ladies with purple hair but I have seen a number of them lurking in the mall with blue hair, and every other shade known to hairdressers and the makers of beauty products.


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johnwindbell 5 years ago from - the land of beards and buggies

I loved this, but then again I would. Thank you. Good page.


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida Author

Thank you, john, for loving this - so nice to meet you. And you're right - those eyebrows do resemble a younger version of our hero, Andy.


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Pamela Sarzana 5 years ago from northern Indiana

I really enjoyed this ..and always loved Andy, he said what he thought.


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida Author

Me, too, Pamela. Andy is a straight-shooter and my kind of man. Thanks for visiting and enjoying.


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Alastar Packer 5 years ago from North Carolina

Andy's pretty good here. read some of this out to a lady over now and she laughed best at the one about waking the man up in the night. Hey drbj, saw in the store by chance- yes, really by chance- a women over 60 skin mag. From what I could see on the top they looked darn good. You've come a long way baby for sure.And that's a positive!


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Alastar, I rather liked that one, too, about a woman over 50 not waking you up in the middle of the night ...

You are spot on about the options for women of a certain age in today's world. We can change just about everything about ourselves in order to look, as you say, 'damn good.'

Thanks for stopping by.


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Alastar Packer 5 years ago from North Carolina

Thank you drdj, just for the record that was a darn and I agree with you 100%.


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida Author

I know, Alastar, I know! :)


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Wesman Todd Shaw 5 years ago from Kaufman, Texas

I'm not a huge Andyfan. Remember when he got all that hate mail for . . .whatever it was that he'd said about Kurt Cobain after he'd killed himself?

LOL!

Interesting hub though, Sir! Now, if only I got use my evil skills to put a 50yr old woman's personality into a 20 year old woman's body. . . .

Oh wait. . .I have neither of those things to play with. . . .just this keyboard.


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida Author

Thanks for the visit and the reminder, Wesman. I remember that Andy made a disparaging remark about the holes in the knees of Cobain's jeans in his obit photo - but that was a long time ago.

You did give me a laugh though with your 'evil skills' remark.


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KT Banks 5 years ago from Texas

I can't believe I just found this hub, I guess because I just wrote one saying goodbye to Andy. He passed away last night.

As a woman over 50 myself, I just noticed my first wrinkle and I hate to scare anyone, but women over 50, including myself, CAN still get pregnant. We're just too smart to usually. lol


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida Author

I'm delighted you found this hub, KT. We have so much in common. You use initials. I use initials. You are a fan of Andy's. I am a fan of Andy's. You just noticed your first wrinkle. I just noticed . . . I'm a fan of Andy's.

You are so right about the pregnant comment. Take a look at "Old Age Benefits." I think you will enjoy it although you have a long way to go yet before you qualify as old. Thanks for the visit.


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John Sarkis 4 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

I love it drbj - LOL. Funny thing is most people over 50 may be thinking about someone younger than they are, which might be the reason they don't ask their mate what they are thinking of (---whom?) in the middle of the night.

Take care

John


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida Author

You make a very pertinent point, John, which is why I will not belabor the issue. Thank you for finding this and loving it. Now you take care, too.


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carol7777 4 years ago from Arizona

Ireally miss Andy Rooney. I had a personal letter from him, which I lost. I wish I still had it. This is very enlightening hub and a great way for me to start my day.


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida Author

We have something in common, carol, I miss Andy Rooney, too. He was one of a kind. I miss his ferocious eyebrows, too. Sorry you lost that personal letter from him, but you do have the memories, m'dear. Thanks for the visit and the gracious comments.


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pstraubie48 3 years ago from sunny Florida

Andy was a gem. I loved loved his part of the show on 60 minutes. Sometimes I felt like it was the best part. He was wiser than he knew I think.

What a treasure....he was truly made and the mold thrown away.Thanks for this salute to him.

Angels are on the way this evening. :) ps


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

I agree 1000% with you, Patricia - Andy was a gem and the best part of the 'Sixty Minutes' TV show as far as I am concerned. It was my pleasure to 'salute' him with this hub. He was funny and insightful - a wonderful combination.

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