78 fh sreunion1

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franklin high school reunion slideshow part 1

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78 fh sreunion1

  1. 1. “It’s the New 50!” Embrace it.
  2. 2. “At 50, my parents never would. . . “Ride a Harley.” “Belong to a gym and work out every day.” “Commute to work on my bike in a crowded city.”
  3. 3. “It’s the New 50!”
  4. 4. “At 50, my parents never would. . . “Move out of the suburbs.” “Get a tattoo.” “Have a Facebook account.”
  5. 5. “It’s the New 50!”
  6. 6. “At 50, my parents never would. . . “Text.” “Email.” “Skype.”
  7. 7. “It’s the New 50!”
  8. 8. “At 50, my parents never would say… “We’re thinking of starting a family.” “Half-caf, non-fat soy, double-shot caramel macchiato, extra whip.” “I’m divorced, single, and looking forward to supporting myself.”
  9. 9. “It’s the New 50!”
  10. 10. Steve McNally in our fond memories
  11. 11. Lynn Dushku in our fond memories
  12. 12. Old 50 Pink hair rinse Blue hair rinse Orthopaedic shoes New 50 Reeboks (only my stylist knows for sure) Pink hair rinse
  13. 13. Old 50 Walk the dog after dinner Midlife crisis Aches & Pains New 50 No pain, no gain Midlife rule-breaking Walk-a-thon for cancer
  14. 14. Presidents in our lifetime Gerald Ford Lyndon Johnson John F. Kennedy Bill ClintonRichard Nixon George WH. Bush Ronald Reagan George W. Bush Jimmy Carter Barak Obama
  15. 15. Theresa McGrath in our fond memories
  16. 16. Barry Yadisernia in our fond memories
  17. 17. The mini-skirt Worn by you in 1977. They didn’t dare. Worn by your mom in 1967. They winked. “Revealed” at a London fashion show in 1966. They tittered.
  18. 18. In 1960 Pirates - 4, Yankees - 3. “As the Pirates erupted in a wild celebration, the Yankees stood in disbelief.”
  19. 19. Move over 25! According to research, the New 50: enjoys more nights out catches up with friends more frequently is more sociable, happy and active than most 25-year-olds.
  20. 20. Technology in our lifetime 1986 – You spent two months’ salary on an IBM 286 PC. 1976 – You asked for a VCR for Christmas. 1960 – You were napping during the first televised presidential debate. 2010 – You send your documents to a printer over a wireless home network.

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