Here’s another example of a government agency with change in its pocket going jing-a-ling-a-ling. The High Country Area Agency on Aging has apparently eradicated all problems afflicting the elderly, and so it must now give them a survey to discover what might remain for the agency to do. The survey asks respondents to select their top three priorities from a list of eleven items, the last of which is “Other.”

IMUO (which is short for, “in my uninformed opinion”), any agency that has to ask what is should be doing, probably should be disbanding.