NEW YORK While volunteers passed out cups of Jell-O to the white-haired lunch crowd at a senior center, another group was distributing something that didn't quite fit amid the card games and daily gossip: condoms. You're giving out condoms, 82-year-old Rose Crescenzo said with a wistful smile, but who's going to give us a guy? I think it should be done in areas where it's really needed, said Julia Karcher, 82. These ladies are all by themselves for years and years and years. But Marie Tarantino, who gave her age as 39-plus, said lonely seniors might take unwise risks. They might pick somebody up on the street, she said. They just think that at a certain age they can't get pregnant. They don't think they could get a sexually transmitted disease. And Crescenzo, who lost her husband of 62 years last October, did take the condoms. If I get a date, she said, I'm going to use one of these. http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/n...orseniors.html That's pretty awesome. I would have never thought of that, since seniors arn't really in that stage of life anymore. I figured they would just stop at a certain age.