Old Age: A Beginner's Guide. Michael Kinsley

Ye-ah.  This book was simply not for us.  Granted, we are getting old.  Older.  And, while Kinsley is an excellent writer, intelligent and a thinker, we know that a lot of our being nonplussed is due to the overuse of the term, Baby Boomer's.  We're tired of it.  We really are.

Old Age We took PR classes as part of a Communication's curriculum for a Bachelor's degree and heard that term so much that it left an awful taste on our palate.  While we purposely reel in our obvious bitterness, we do not mean to devalue Kinsley or his work.  When you check it his credentials (below), you'll realize that we are in no position to do so.

Old Age is simply not within the realm of what Ginae Says considers funny.  Perhaps, this is a good thing?  Perhaps.

About the Author

Michael Kinsley is a columnist at Vanity Fair, a contributor to The New Yorker, and
the founder of Slate. He has served as the editor of The New Republic and Harper’s,
the managing editor of The Washington Monthly, and the American editor of The
Economist. He lives in Washington, DC.

Michael KinsleyFile Size: 898 KB
Print Length: 162 pages
Publisher: Tim Duggan Books (April 26, 2016)
Publication Date: April 26, 2016
Sold by: Random House LLC
Language: English

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