George W. Bush’s father:
I have a form of Parkinson’s disease, which I don’t like. My legs don’t move when my brain tells them to. It’s very frustrating. But I am in no pain, and I have discovered the amazing scooters, which Barbara accuses me of driving like I drive my boat. But they help me get around. I’m not sure about jumping. I announced I was going to jump when I turned 90. I have three more years to decide. My legs’ not working properly might be a deterrent.
Nonsense. If Teabaggers can go around in their scooters SAVING THE COUNTRY, surely this tea hater can drive his out of an airplane. He acts like he knows how to use a scooter, pfft! Real scooter people started using them when they were in their forties, because living under big government puts a tremendous strain on their bodies. That and poor diet/lack of exercise. [TIME]