If you know what these are, you are old. Part 14.

It didn’t matter how you wore them, because they were a tube stitched together at the bottom, not a sock with a formal heel. There were lots of different colors and combination. There may be imitations now, but they are not as tubular as these.

If you know what this is, you are old. Part 13.

Partial credit for being old if you know that this is assembly language. Full credit if you know that it is 6502 assembly language. EXTRA credit, if you know what it does. Oh, the assembled code is below, if that helps you any.

Emeritus – part 3

Look for the sentence in the link that says, “Mr. Batheja will assume the role from Paul T. Cottey, who announced his retirement earlier this year and will help with the transition.” Spot the new title here.

Emeritus – part 2

“Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” – Winston Churchill, The Lord Mayor’s Luncheon, Mansion House, November 10, 1942 I have been “Emeritus” for a week now. All is well!

Emeritus

“Having served out one’s time, having done sufficient service,” c. 1600, from Latin emeritus “veteran soldier who has served his time.” – etymonline.com “Retired but retaining an honorary title corresponding to that held immediately before retirement.” – American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition “Done.” – me