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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Ooops, - that didn't work. Not posted a url before.
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Gregg1100 wrote:Ooops, - that didn't work. Not posted a url before.
Greg,

I've fixed the url for you. You had started with [/url] which is the end code, which is why it got confused.

The easiest way to post a url is simply to paste it in full, the phpBB software will turn it into a link automatically.

Have fun,


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Thanks Ian.
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Here is the shirt and, yes Ian, I want one too :D
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1947 here will be 68 in a few more weeks.
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Here's the link for the T-Shirt

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I was born after Reagan was elected but before he was inaugurated.
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Who's Reagan?
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skirts4me wrote:Who's Reagan?
Ronald Reagan. He was elected in 1980 and was the 40th President of the United States. Widely viewed as senile when assuming office, his tenure also marked the beginning of the neo-con(servative) years of the United States which continue to this day. The time also marked a sharp turn to reactionary social mores in the US and the rise of the so-called Religious Right.

It was a bitter pill after the hopeful -- if tumultuous -- '60s and the moderately hopeful decade of the '70s.
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I am a really OLD FART :lol: I am 73 years old. I hope to make it to at least 100 and die happily in my skirt. :cheers: :thewave: :rofl:

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I was born in August 1950 so I'm 65+, Not much + thankfully. :D
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60 is the new 40!
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I just turned 69, now I will stop counting birthdays from now on.
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RADER wrote:I just turned 69, now I will stop counting birthdays from now on.
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Just think of it as fifty-nineteen or even forty-twenty nine Rader. :)
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It is a pity there are so few under-35s registered here (or active here). 22% is not bad, but that is the age group that gets noticed and can spread the man-skirt idea. That is the group we need to expand.
After all, who wants to look like an old has-been like me (just turned 74!) ?

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