by Steve

I'm not even a caregiver, but I am certainly tired of waiting for my nasty old grandmother to kick off. Why? because...Grandma can waste away in her nursing home at over $6,000 per month while her fortune diminishes, and my mom tolerates poverty.

Grandma the tyrant can outlive her faithful husband, whom she treated like a lowly servant, for over a decade now while her stupid rich daughter oversees her life as Guardian.

Grandma can be blissfully unaware of what happened two minutes before since she's been suffering dementia for nearly a decade, bound in a wheelchair and wearing diapers like an infant.

Grandma can live this horrible, repulsive way because she is rich, has deathless genes, and is a prime recipient of the do gooding leeches of the healthcare industrial complex.

Grandma should have died at least four years ago, TWICE over, but was saved from the inevitable, at age 85, mind you, by the modern medical establishment. And this after she recovered from a broken hip two years before that!

Can I hear a WTF from anybody? Hallelujah, let them live forever! They are the greatest and most entitled generation in the history of Darwin's world!

Ian Fleming, the author and creator of James Bond, died in 1964 at the age of 56, which would be considered very young compared with the elderly of today. He wouldn't stop drinking and smoking even though he had heart trouble. He didn't want to waste his days by trying to prolong them artificially. Hah! What's that?

Try telling this to today's nonagenarians and centenarians, who grind their families to dust in their endless dotage's!

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It gets even worse. Now my grandmother's guardian, her youngest daughter, a self righteous bitch, is attempting to get a court order to have grandmother pay for grandma's handicapped daughter to keep her in an expensive assisted living facility. All this while the guardian is a millionaire herself who has total financial responsibility over her sister.

The new lawyer that was obtained by the guardian sent us a packet with an evaluation saying that my 89 year old dementia grandmother could live for at least another two years before she enters hospice.

Oh how lovely! And then how much longer will she drag on for? At this rate, she'll probably outlive her handicapped daughter who needs her mother's inheritance to support her.


Change Their Name
by: Anonymous

"The Greatest Generation" should be changed to "The Longest Living Generation". Our generation is certainly not going to live as long as they have.

We don't have the pensions, the medical insurance, nor will we allow anyone to ever do for us what we are doing for the last best years of our life and health.

They are fortunate that we are the Boomers. Many of us taking care of the few of them. This Perfect Storm for the elderly living now will never come again for any of us.

I feel you
by: Sharon

I agree with you Steve, that generation ain't never gonna die. I blame the doctors for keeping them alive so long they suck the life out of their children and then WE have no life left to live.
Die already!

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