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In the opening to her piece - before calling the septuagenerian "girlfriend" - Crighton says Cunnane is "a girl in the UK."
During Wednesday's debate: he looked every inch the hale septuagenerian at wits end over the young whipper-snapper -- That One -- who has the audacity to challenge him for the Presidency.
McCain can hardly hide his rage at this uppity kid who thinks he can hobnob with world leaders just as he does -- who thinks he has more judgment than a septuagenerian war-mongering former prisoner of war.
Not only did it begin in the Francis Bacon era rather than with the more-obvious 1775-76 era, it also made me believe that septuagenerian ladies man Ben Franklin could seduce extradimensional teacher-lover Clea.
It's not like it was every septuagenerian-plus in every store you walked in.