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RickJB
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Message 61 of 121 (388538)
03-06-2007 12:19 PM
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03-05-2007 7:12 PM


Just turned 30!

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Woodsy
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Message 62 of 121 (388539)
03-06-2007 12:35 PM


57, soon 58
I decided some time ago to age, not gracefully, but obliviously. It helps when I'm among folks of different ages.

  
truthlover
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Message 63 of 121 (388555)
03-06-2007 1:33 PM
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03-06-2007 1:03 AM


Re: Holy Toledo
Buzsaw was 67 the last time I saw his age.

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truthlover
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Message 64 of 121 (388556)
03-06-2007 1:34 PM
Reply to: Message 49 by GDR
03-06-2007 9:48 AM


I read somewhere that a person's perceived life time is half over at age 21 and I think that there is something to that.
They lived the wrong life. It seems apparent to me that over 2/3 of my life has been spent over the age of 21, and I'm only 45. 21 was so long ago I filed it away in the history cabinet with things like the Reformation and the Civil War.

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bluegenes
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Message 65 of 121 (388579)
03-06-2007 2:57 PM
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03-06-2007 9:48 AM


GDR writes:
Actually this is a good age to be except that time is just rocketing by. We had mandatory retirement at age 60 and that just seems like yesterday. I read somewhere that a person's perceived life time is half over at age 21 and I think that there is something to that.
I know the feeling, GDR. If you're on a rocket, some of us are already on the jet plane.
I don't think the reason for this is biological, but that it's relativity. A year seems endless at age ten, because it's a tenth of your life, but at age sixty it's a mere sixtieth.
Make sure you enjoy that retirement as it speeds by, anyway.

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tudwell
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Message 66 of 121 (388593)
03-06-2007 3:58 PM


After reading this thread, I feel like a baby. I'm seventeen.

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cavediver
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Message 67 of 121 (388596)
03-06-2007 4:00 PM
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03-06-2007 9:48 AM


I clocked in at 63 last November
I love surprises... I had you pegged for 25-35

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jar
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Message 68 of 121 (388599)
03-06-2007 4:17 PM
Reply to: Message 33 by arachnophilia
03-06-2007 2:19 AM


Re: a prime number whose digits are sequential
?????????
43?
89?
109?
1009?
Inquiring minds want to know?

Aslan is not a Tame Lion

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kuresu
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Message 69 of 121 (388602)
03-06-2007 4:27 PM
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03-06-2007 4:17 PM


Re: a prime number whose digits are sequential
only 89 in your list is a prime number whose digits are sequential. the other option is 23--which he already said he was (for about one more month, and then 24).

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jar
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Message 70 of 121 (388603)
03-06-2007 4:30 PM
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03-06-2007 4:27 PM


Re: a prime number whose digits are sequential
Depend on how you read them.

Aslan is not a Tame Lion

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1.61803
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Message 71 of 121 (388606)
03-06-2007 4:41 PM
Reply to: Message 47 by Quetzal
03-06-2007 8:54 AM


quote:
I'm a convinced somebody slipped a couple of decades in there on me when I wasn't looking.
Hah..I know exactley what you mean. I turn 43 this month. But if you stop having birthdays...your dead.

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GDR
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Message 72 of 121 (388608)
03-06-2007 4:51 PM
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03-06-2007 4:00 PM


cavediver writes:
I love surprises... I had you pegged for 25-35
Ya gotta grow old but you don't gotta mature.
This is an interesting place to hang out and a great place where I get to learn from people younger than my kids. (You're the same age as my youngest.)
When I look back I kinda wish that I had taken an interest in academics. At the time airplanes and girls seemed to hold a much greater attraction. I'm trying to make up for it now but not in a formal way. I just enjoy reading and discussing, (elementary science and theology), and then seeing what sticks.

Everybody is entitled to my opinion.

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Rail Bird
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Message 73 of 121 (388614)
03-06-2007 5:19 PM


On final approach
55. As Johnny Carson(that pretty well dates me)used to say... I'm on the final glide pattern.

  
Omnivorous
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Message 74 of 121 (388617)
03-06-2007 5:48 PM
Reply to: Message 66 by tudwell
03-06-2007 3:58 PM


tudwell writes:
After reading this thread, I feel like a baby. I'm seventeen.
You are a baby, and that's a grand thing to be.
As RAZD would say:
Enjoy.

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Brad McFall
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Message 75 of 121 (388621)
03-06-2007 6:10 PM
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03-05-2007 7:12 PM


Brad is 42

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I am Fourty-two (above)with my nephew at my cousin’s wedding this past fall where (below) the Mall my Grandmother used to shop in has a store “all for Brad”, at least that is what my family said about it.

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