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All of those & myself who are over double nickels

Always said I was born in the first half of the last century. There must be others here that are close to that statement also...

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Man! Too old for the young people thread, to young for the old people thread!



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Tut Tut, Pashaw.
Double nickle?
Just youngsters, children even.
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Going on the general maths rule, I should squeeze in at 1950.
Too soon for the pipe and slippers, well sumertime anyway.
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if i wake up in the morning,its a very good day and its not necessarily the age entirely but the milage
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Ha! You have to get over the hill to see the view!

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LOL i like to think of it as 25-25

This year IIRC I'm 25-24
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I was born shortly before Pearl Harbor was attacked but in my older age I cannot remember it-along with other things.
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Always said I was born in the first half of the last century. :
Ahhh..... yup, I made it into that time frame with 45 days to spare Didn't start sailing until 35 years later though so I wasted more than half my life as a non-sailor

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