That Dangerous Age
James Q. Lynch calls this a good week for Tyler Olson.
Making this a "good week" was a meet-and-greet campaign event Thursday in Coralville that drew 40-some people were closer to the 37-year-old Cedar Rapids businessman’s age than to that of his 60-something potential opponents.
Forty 40 and under folks seems sort of sad for the People's Republic, where there's a plethora of both youth and 60 somethings (aka Hippies) and the scientific community is united in that fact.
Tyler, who's been a part of the problem for the past 8 years, seems to have a specific problem respecting his elders.
Olson's also at the age where they think they know everything.
Remember, Youth is wasted on the young, or more accurately -- Youth is a wonderful thing. What a crime to waste it on children.