Tuesday, September 30, 2008

We've Come To This

Dr. Seuss said "Getting old ain't for sissies." So true. We all hope the quality of life today is better than it was in years past. But I wonder? Especially when I see grannies robbing banks.


This brings to mind the old Monty Python show and their sketch on Bands of Roving Grannies.

(from Hell's Grannies)
First interview:
The whole problem of these senile delinquents lies in their complete rejection of the values of contemporary society. They've seen their children grow up and become accountants, stockbrokers and even sociologists, and they begin to wonder if it is all really...(disappears downwards rapidly) arggh!


Second interview:
Oh well we sometimes feel we're to blame in some way for what our gran's become. I mean she used to be happy here until she, she started on the crochet.

Reporter: Crochet?


Yeah. Now she can't do without it. Twenty balls of wool a day, sometimes. If she can't get the wool she gets violent. What can we do about it?


This used to be funny, but here's a recent bank surviellance picture. This lady has recently held up two area banks.

It's a shame we've evolved to the point where old ladies have to rob banks to live.

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