>The key here is that this is for my (rather advanced) age group, i.e., 65-69 (as you can see at the top). Garmin does NOT give us any clues as to how big (or more to the point, small) this group might be. For all I know there might just be a handful of us in this bracket — in which case this metric is pretty useless.
I am also mature enough to realize that there will be a larger population of non-Garmin users who walk more STEPS than I do. However, unless they happen to be a professional Sherpa in the Himalayas or a tour guide in the Alps, I doubt there are too many who climb as many floors/day as I do. And in case you are wondering, it averaged 56 floors/day over the last month. That is 560′ elevation gain each day.
As for steps, it was 15,260 steps/day over the last month. Not bad considering that half of that was in February with snow/ice on the ground and rather frigid temps.
It still makes me smile and that alone is reward enough. SMILE.
He, viz. Bernie, is getting worse by the day! Poor guy. He no longer can help it. He is totally and utterly consumed by HIMSELF.
Marx warned against the dangers of being selfish. Bernie probably never read that bit. Definitely against his character.
To be somewhat fair to Bernie he is in good company. Most of his idols were egotical too. But, they usually only showed that side of their personality when they were in power.
Bernie just can’t help it. He is a loser. He just can’t stomach it. Poor guy.
I don’t dislike him. I even agree with some of what he espouses and I do believe that universal healthcare is a human right.
But, Bernie. You have to face reality.
I am sure that he never looks in a mirror. He should. A ‘standard’ mirror does not lie. Bernie is NOT cut out to be President. He wouldn’t even make it as the Governor of Vermont.
Oh, Bernie. How I wish you could swallow your pride and curb your ego.