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View Poll Results: What is your birth year.
Post 1990 4 2.50%
1986-1989 7 4.38%
1982-1985 7 4.38%
1979-1981 8 5.00%
1976-1978 9 5.63%
1974-1975 26 16.25%
1972-1973 22 13.75%
1970-1971 27 16.88%
1968-1969 14 8.75%
1966-1967 9 5.63%
1964-1965 11 6.88%
1962-1963 3 1.88%
1960-1961 2 1.25%
1958-1959 4 2.50%
1956-1957 3 1.88%
1954-1955 1 0.63%
1951-1953 1 0.63%
1948-1950 2 1.25%
1944-1947 0 0%
pre 1944 0 0%
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Old 12-01-2008, 04:29 PM
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1972 here....
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Old 12-05-2008, 05:26 AM
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No need to apologise. I understand how you must feel. Just remember that where there is life there is hope.
that's true targan, but I really hope u don't ever have to experience 18 years without a woman he he

U poor guy paul......

as a side comment I will quote groucho marx

"I stil remember the first time I had sex. I got the reciept right here"

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1966 here...
Cool, another 1966. BTW, got a new job hauling auto parts around. Not glorious when compared to the times I was in IT and accounting but it pays the bills and people are not buying new cars but keeping their old jalopies running. I'm in that crowd too. Mom even saw that in the news where people are keeping their old cars.

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I know all about having a stable job that isn't glamorous...I am presently an Assistant Manager at a movie theater. The pay isn't all that bad considering the area where I live, managers are all-but guaranteed 40+ hours/week, and the chances of getting laid-off are extremely slim. Plus it's really low-stress, so my blood pressure is comfortably under control.
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October 1961 here. Currently employed as credit manager for an upmarket wine importer in London, my blood pressure isn't doing great in the current economic climate but at least I get to bring home £30+ bottles of wine a few evenings a week.
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December 1974, just turned 34 and as a special present it was my weekend to work, we'd 3 sold out concerts and a customer puked on me, all good fun! Work wise, I'm still managing in the students union bar and still enjoying it, even if my boss is a bit of a muppet.

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October 1961 here. Currently employed as credit manager for an upmarket wine importer in London, my blood pressure isn't doing great in the current economic climate but at least I get to bring home £30+ bottles of wine a few evenings a week.
One of the perks I like where I work at is sometimes the company buys lunch and I get a 20% discount on parts. My 1994 Explorer needs a lot of parts, sometimes I think it is sheer will that keeps it going.

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70 here, a good year my dear

As for doing, returning to school and having to take all the junk science courses I avoided the first time, and working in the Emergency Room of the local hospital dealing with more non emergencies than real. On the plus side, the nurses, phlebologists and one of the PA's and some of the EMT girlies make for nice scenery.
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70 here, a good year my dear

As for doing, returning to school and having to take all the junk science courses I avoided the first time, and working in the Emergency Room of the local hospital dealing with more non emergencies than real. On the plus side, the nurses, phlebologists and one of the PA's and some of the EMT girlies make for nice scenery.
That's part of what I liked when I was posted to G3 at 2nd ID in Korea -- about a third of the Division HQ was female!
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On the plus side, the nurses, phlebologists and one of the PA's and some of the EMT girlies make for nice scenery.
You should try my job :-)
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70 here, a good year my dear
A great millesime no doubt.
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You should try my job :-)

I have had it, sorry drunks now days just irritate me.
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A great millesime no doubt.

The year, not the age. Now I am just wondering who is older? You or me?
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1970 is indeed the most awesome year to have been born in.
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The year, not the age. Now I am just wondering who is older? You or me?
September for me. Your turn.
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1970 is indeed the most awesome year to have been born in.
LOL
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September for me. Your turn.
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September for me. Your turn.
July, the 7th to be exact and yes at 7 AM and a roommate in the Corps EXACT same B-day I was the old man being born in the morning, he was the young one being borne at night.
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And now you will have to listen to your elders
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The strangest birthday coincidence I've come across was when we opened Flanagans bar in Belfast. Opened on Friday the 13th, with 13 staff, 5 of whom were born on Friday 13th including me whos birthday it was. And we were surprised when it all went a bit tits up!
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Something I missed entirely in my good education. I have two rules: don't listen to elders and officers. Actually, about the elders the principle is simply to not let them know when you are listening to them.
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I was born on the 11th of November 1972 at....1pm. Missed by 2 hours!

Still, being born on the aniversary of the last day of WWI has got to mean something.
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1972 here.

But god do I feel older lol.
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But god do I feel older lol.
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1970 is indeed the most awesome year to have been born in.
My little brother was born in 1970. I changed his diapers...
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My little brother was born in 1981 and I changed his diapers. I've told him many times he owes me big for that. Now he plays in my T2K campaign! I like his character too. A 6'5" Samoan who is a USMC killing machine.
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1964 - well physically I may be getting old - er but mentally I can still out do you youngsters!!

(And the GF has no complaints either - AND NO LITTLE BLUE PILLS!!)
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Born in Philadelphia, Pa, USA in 1953
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