» Point taken, but I could not disagree with you more if I tried. The 20’s
» thru early 50’s are “formative” years when you are attracting females,
» going for job promotions and forming relationships. These are the years of
» your life that you NEED to look and FEEL your best and most confident.
» After the age of 60, most are winding down their careers and looking to
» retirement. While confidence and looks may seem important at this time,
» they really are not. Most will have been married for twenty or more yaers
» and most will have grown children. While jokes about “baldie” grandpa are
» dinner table fodder, they really don’t mean all that much since most of
» “grandpa’s” contemporaries are also balding or bald. If you “read into” my
» post that I believe that life ends at 60, you are most certainly incorrect.
» The bottom line is that most of those who criticize Dr. Armani’s work are
» either those who can’t afford it, those who are very envious and bitter or
» those who just like to criticize those who have things that they do not or
» cannot attain.
You’re right, I am envious of the results, and I certainly can’t afford those types of treatments. Having said that, being financially limited made me slightly smarter with my money. My older, European neighbour used to say “even stupid people know how to spend money”; I think those were sound words of advice worth applying to any decision… even a lifetime of pricey surgeries.
Regarding your age comments. I guess we’ll have this conversation again when we hit our 60s.