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Now some of you folks are "old friends" in more than one way. But in respect of the age thing: Give me your numbers please. What is the age of the Adsenser? Who thinks he or she is the youngest or perhaps the oldest Adsenser?
And Ann, I know that these numbers don't matter so much for the lucky ones who feel 20 years young regardless of their age...
[edited by: humblebeginnings at 3:49 pm (utc) on Oct. 21, 2007]
Grow up = less teenage tantrums and nasty surprises.
And all those so-called whizz kids at The Plex may just learn that, insofar as I am concerned, I won't tolerate their foolishness for very long.
I have many sites with Adsense on them, I also pondered before "Am I too old for technology?" The short answer is hell no. Long Live Leo LaPorte!
[edited by: TonysDesigns at 1:24 am (utc) on Oct. 31, 2007]
but I still run for 45 mins everyday
Yes well there's every chance you can sill live a normal life - you never know
I might not be able to keep up with a 25 year old
Hell I can't. I can't even remember being 25 except we had a Vietnam War and I was making mistakes because of over enthusiasm. Then again some say:
"If you remeber the 1960's you never lived through it" - or whatever
but I just a my third child(first girl) when I was 39! Lovin' life!
Why shouldn't you? I have [two marriages] 8 kids, 7 girls one son and 23 grand-kids including three great-grand-children.
Enjoy it while you can mate.
Not joking, this is paradise with daughter and grand-daughters etc. Sons and so forth?
Just have a mean right hook. But that's just me.