Most Baby Boomers and senior citizens are living on fixed incomes, many far below what any reasonable person needs to survive in today’s world. They can barely cover food and living requirements, let alone things like travel, clothing and even… Read More ›
Baby Boomers: What we can do to help seniors?
Seniors worked hard and allowed the government to take money to invest in Social Security during their many years of work. Yet, when seniors retire, the government taxes that money which it used, if the senior has other income. Social Security… Read More ›
Has success spoiled Portillos?
I’m a big ribs fan, and Portillo’s and The Patio are two of my favorite restaurants to go to eat them. Ribs are delicious. But the past few times at Portillo’s have been a real hassle and I have to ask,… Read More ›
Rewards cards are so unrewarding
I have so many Rewards Cards and yet the rewards I get are so scarce. With the exception of only a few, they just don’t work the way they are supposed to work By Ray Hanania My mom gave me… Read More ›
Netflix summer camp series a hilarious romp
Netflix, the very inexpensive cable and online movie channel, is increasingly making its own exclusive hit series. I’m hooked on “House of Cards,” and now I’m enjoying “Wet Hot American Summer.” Netflix is breaking the TV viewing mold with original content at… Read More ›
Baby Boomer dreaming, the old days
Baby Boomer dreaming, the old days By Ray Hanania As I sat at Midway Airport the other day waiting for a flight, I was remembering how the world has really changed, as most Baby Boomers my… Read More ›
Public anger over health care misdirected
Public anger over health care misdirected By Ray Hanania Friday January 3, 2014, Southwest News Herald Newspaper I remember when I was young, someone tried to sell me a health care policy and I shrugged my shoulders and wondered why I… Read More ›
Baby boomers: What would you do?
Baby boomers: What would you do? By Ray Hanania It was Friday night and my wife and son went to synagogue. I had a break. So I did what all baby boomers do when they have free time. I went… Read More ›
Baby Boomers: Is Hollywood anti-Senior?
Baby Boomers: Is Hollywood anti-Senior? By Ray Hanania Have you noticed the pattern over the years in Hollywood? The movie companies are taking blockbusters and powerful icons from our past, like the Lone Ranger and Star Trek, and remaking them… Read More ›
Baby Boomers: Falling asleep anywhere we can
Baby Boomers: Falling asleep anywhere we can By Ray Hanania Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine were doing an interview with A FOX TV affiliate in Tacoma promoting their new movie “Now You See Me.” During the interview, as you’ve probably… Read More ›
Baby Boomers: Red, White and Black, Heart
Baby Boomers: Red, White and Black, Heart By Ray Hanania They’re not colors that automatically come to mind when you are an American. They sound similar, something that becomes more and more important as Baby Boomers age, and seek healthcare…. Read More ›
Baby Boomers: Leave It to Beaver, The Operating Manual of Family Life slowly disappearing
Baby Boomer Dreaming Leave It to Beaver: The Operating Manual of Family Life slowly disappearing By Ray Hanania If any one show on television taught us anything about life, it was Leave It to Beaver, the story of a young… Read More ›
Baby Boomers: Did we have violence when we were younger?
Baby Boomer Dreaming/BabyBoomerDreaming.com Did we have violence when we were younger? By Ray Hanania The news is constantly filled with reports about violence. In fact, we measure violence now with words and phrases. Those words are, in the order of… Read More ›
Baby Boomers: Apple MAC owners are a little stranger
When my dad bought a new phone in the early 1960s, he didn’t go all ga-ga over it. It was sleek. Beige in Color. It was aerodynamic — I’m not sure why anyone wanted an aerodynamic phone back in the… Read More ›
Baby Boomers: Remembering the Good Ole Days
Baby Boomers Remembering the Good Ole Days By Ray Hanania Being a Baby Boomer is probably the greatest experience in life. No generation even comes close to the time we had (and continue to have) in our lives. We lived… Read More ›
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