Eric Liu has always been a higher-minded person than me. He still wants to see the Boomer generation involved in active public service, whereas I am willing to settle for cash. Trouble is, I think my fellow Boomers share my low-mindedness more than his high-mindedness.
And I'm thrilled to learn that a billboard in Times Square promises eternal life and youth. Billboards never lie.
Many thanks to all
participants for an interesting week and a half. And many thanks to The
Atlantic for arranging and hosting this discussion, and for much else.
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