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    “What’s your greatest struggle?” “My sister and I are nearly 60. My mother is 83. We’re not destitute or anything, but we don’t really have a stash. So there’s not really room for anything to go wrong. And all of us are aging, so I have plenty to worry about. I’ve really followed my whims in life, which has been great. But while my friends were buying houses, I was travelling the world and having experiences. It’s been great, and I’ve seen a lot. But ..

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    “I made the earrings myself.” “Does the headless soldier have any significance?” “Nah. My nephew just bit it off.”

    “I’m 99 years old. Everything from my neck down is shit. But everything from my neck up is as good as anyone else. How lucky is that?”

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    “I used to take a lot of pictures too. Just of my friends, coworkers, and relatives. I never took pictures of things. Who wants to see monuments? We want to see how we looked when we were younger.”