Cafe patrons' ages

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How old are you?

21 or under
14
3%
21 - 35
62
15%
35 - 50
99
25%
50 - 65
166
41%
Over 65
61
15%
None of your BeesWax
2
0%
 
Total votes: 404

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Cafe patrons' ages

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Just wondering about the broader age ranges of the members of the cafe. No need to give it all away, but it would be interesting to know how many members fit into the age groups above.

I'm also going to create a poll about styles to guage our preferences. No rights or wrongs here, just interest.

Additional option added at Skip's request. :alien: :mrgreen: :alien:
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Just to start the ball rolling, I've cast my vote; and I'll even go so far as to say I'm a 1967 model.
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There's a choice added. Very good, TY. "None of your BeesWax" :alien: :mrgreen: :alien:
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Late 1975 build.

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19, and slowly gaining confidence :)
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Manufactured in 1961 with heavy maintenance due soon.
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Oh my word, I'll be 50 in one week! Born in 1959
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That's funny, no one selected an option in the poll...All gave similar answers that were possibly true or not. 8)
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Since1982 wrote:[...] All gave similar answers that were possibly true or not. 8)
All of which, with time, will be untrue because of the structure of the poll! Time marches on, lads, and none of us are getting any younger. :mrgreen:
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1948 model, blowing a little smoke, and sometimes backfires :oops: , could do with a complete engine rebuild. Came into the world the same time as Land-Rover and Holden (a reject Chev. design at the time and now a cult icon.)
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I'm a 1951 model
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Im a hippe model 1973 and the ripe old age of 35 (even thought I feel like im 50 most days!)
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RichardA wrote:I'm a 1951 model
Same here. '51 but built for speed!
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Smaug777 wrote:Oh my word, I'll be 50 in one week! Born in 1959
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And I was born 1958. 51 already. Feels like I was younger. :D
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I'm a late 72 limited model
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