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View Poll Results: What is your age?
Less than 30 134 17.31%
31-39 132 17.05%
40-49 180 23.26%
50-59 206 26.61%
60-64 75 9.69%
65 or older 47 6.07%
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I don't fit into any of those choices . . . must be a conspiracy! (g)
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Are we missing a section?
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Nah they just don't care if you are 50-59.
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Us young pups get a vote.
That is if you consider 40 something young.
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I'm still under 30, but getting closer every day....
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I voted, but spouse falls in a different category than me!

Besides, you have the decades with out names.

0-12 your learning things sooooooooo...........
13-19 you know everything so we should hire you
20-29 you realize you do NOT know everything
30-39 you get old .....usually a kid or two around
40-49 you're really old, have teens telling you you know nothing
50-59 you get to live again, said teens are gone!
60-69 golden yrs
70-79 old fart
80-89 really old fart
90+ depends yrs, on whether you need them or not!

It should also be noted if one has kids a bit early or late in life, said decades do change a bit..........


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Sorry...but I don't get these weekly polls asking for personal information. Why not ask sailing questions??
What kind of anchor do you have?
What's the longest non-stop voyage you've taken?
What kind of anchor do you use?
What's your keel?
How big will you next boat be?
Center Cockpit, Aft Cockpit, Pilot House, Deck Salon...which is best?
etc. etc. etc.
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