Among the reasons I value the aging of America (and the world) is that Elderhood provides a useful, and critical, vantage point from which to view the doings of adults. The video below offers an “elders’ eye view” of a workweek. The busyness of business is highlighted by the time lapse photography. Below the video I have posted some of the comments that viewers of this video have left on its Youtube page.
Comments posted about this video…
1)Why is there no cleaning crew after hours?
2) What’s up with the white, open shirt down to your navel on (I presume) Wednesday? Are you an Englishman? Because the unbuttoned-shirt-to-your-navel is so very English. (No offense.)
3) Why are you so coy about what it is you do? It’s not like you work for MI5.
3 outfits in 5 days? For the sake of the people sitting around you I hope you shower.
Brilliant. I have Aids and am unemployed, but my life is richer than this.
I especially like the segments (there’s one about 35 seconds in) where you appear to be eating paper. Very greedily.
Is that a big part of the role?