Male Voice: However, I must point out that women can behave silly, too.
1st Female Voice: Where’s your proof?! What’s your evidence?! Don’t make assertions if you can’t back them up!
2nd Female Voice: No, in his defense I have to say that I did lots of silly things when I was young.
1st Female Voice: That’s doesn’t count! You were young! I did silly things when I was young, too, so that doesn’t count!
Male Voice: You can’t just say that something doesn’t count. Where’s your proof?
1st Female Voice: I’m a woman, I can say whatever I want!
2nd Female Voice: Oh God, that’s just like so gender stereotype.
Male Voice: Can we agree that all young are silly?
2nd Female Voice: Oh God, yes.
1st Female Voice: I refuse to admit that I was ever young!
Don’t you wonder just how old these old people are? So did I, so while these three trailed behind me, I surreptitiously slipped my point-and-shoot out of my right front pants pocket, turned it on, and let it dangle down at the end of my arm. I call this the 30 Shot (and once again, must stress that I did not invent this technique): when you hold your small black compact camera about 30 inches above the ground, not only do you get some interesting angles, your subjects tend not to notice–very useful for street photography.
I pointed the camera behind myself, not even checking where I pointed the lens, and snapped nine pictures. Yes, I did not even look at where I aimed the camera, which explains why I discarded 7 of the 9 shots.
So, before I premiere my latest heavily edited blindly aimed photograph, you have one more chance to guess: how old were these old folks who mocked the young for being so silly?
I doubt that not one of them has reached even his/her 28th birthday.
Doesn’t that make you feel just so old?
Vonn Scott Bair