Our friend, who had just turned 60, was doing some spring planting with the help of his 91 year-old father.
When the older man began to put up beanpoles in straight lines, the son suggested that stacking them teepee-style was better. A disagreement arose.
"Dad," our friend finally said, sighing, "this is my garden, and I want to use the teepees."
The father threw down his hoe and stomped off towards the house. "You kids!" he snorted over his shoulder. "Turn sixty and think that you know everything!"