I may be crazy, but by the time I’m his age I’ll have had 20+ years’ experience

I love Lloyd’s blog, which is where I found this link to a(nother!) 60-something genius taking up skateboarding.

“Embrace your craziness,” he says. “It’s the most sane part of you.”

Um, HELL YES SIR.

via HinesSight: Skateboarding.

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Word addict, kungfu/taiji nut and lifelong autohacker ... long-term Ubersleep, shoeless winters, medication-free anti-depressants, and as many hobbies as the world will let me pry into its piddly fourth dimension (it helps to have knocked out the fourth wall).
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One Response to I may be crazy, but by the time I’m his age I’ll have had 20+ years’ experience

  1. Jerry says:

    lol I love this post. I was diagnosed with Schizotypal Personality Disorder, so I can speak from experience.
    Being  seen as "nutty" is only a problem when you're young. Now that I'm over 50, I cherish that part  of me and wouldn't change it for the world.  Albert Einstein was schizotypal, too, and if it's  good enough for him, it's sure good enough for me.

    It's the single nicest thing about growing older. You feel free to be nutty. :) Polyphasic sleep at middle age would be living life at its apogee.

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