View Poll Results: What is your current age ???

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  • 20-30

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  • 31-40

    5 10.64%
  • 41-50

    4 8.51%
  • 51-60

    15 31.91%
  • 61-70

    18 38.30%
  • 71-80

    5 10.64%
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    Senior Member tomt's Avatar
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    On Friday, I'll be 60.

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    mid-40s. I feel young here!

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    Going on 63 and can't tell much of a difference in the last 10 years. I just look like an old man!
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    Look 40, feel 90, party like 20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffW View Post
    Look 40, feel 90, party like 20.


    That last number no doubt is having its effects on the second.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jmpsmash View Post
    mid-40s. I feel young here!
    I was in my early 40's when I first joined... look what's happened to me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Widget View Post
    I was in my early 40's when I first joined... look what's happened to me.


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    older and wiser?

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    Had a conversation with my older son recently about the stages of life, which can be seen in decades, but for that talk I used the more traditional 7 yr interval for life-changing transitions because he is at one of them. I believe it is in one of the OT prophets where you will find, if you look, words to this effect: "Raise a child up to the age of seven in the way that he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it." In medieval Europe, and still many places today, the beginning of apprenticeship, or child labor. A psychologist once told us that at age 14 the child's value system is set, and the only thing further you can teach them along those lines is how to be a good roommate. Mark Twain, as I recall, said that when he was 18 he was sure his father was an idiot; when he was twenty-one he was amazed at how much the old man had learned in such a short time; the end, or nearly, of the student years. At 28, one is likely well set on a path and has become a householder, and at 35 one begins decisive assessments about where the career is going. At 42 it's either feeling satisfactory or you're saying, "Oh, shit! Serious course correction required." At 49 you are screaming into the night, "Dammit this better be a jubilee year!" Fifty-six has deniability; 63 lacks it. Seventy hurts, real bad, if you haven't prepared yourself for it. Seventy-seven, "Hey, look at this!. No, really, doesn't anybody want this wisdom?" Eighty-four and onward, "Thank you, Lord, amen and forever."

    This post should tell you what stage I'm at--something to say.
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    I've aged about 10 years in the last 6 weeks.

    Hope to reverse that , about 6 weeks from now
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    I am 64.5, still ride and sell guess what brand motorcycles, have a hot rodded Miata for the daily driver [year round here in SW Ohio with Blizzaks], member here since about the beginning. Hows this for a spin off thread-what do our kids listen to?

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