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How old are we?


View Poll Results: Our ages
Under 20 8 3.90%
20 - 29 41 20.00%
30 - 39 40 19.51%
40 - 49 39 19.02%
50 - 59 48 23.41%
60 or over 29 14.15%
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Old 07-24-2009, 03:59 AM   #31
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Well, I may not be as good as I once was, but I'm as good once as I ever was.

Fifty nine and heading for the big six oh next January. I consider myself a little older, a little wiser and still pretty quick.
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49 here with a LOT of steel & titanium in me. I told them when I die, I wanna be cremated so they can take what's left & melt it down to make a nice little pistol.
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35 here, I'm missing my original acl and one of my boys, but I feel pretty young nevertheless!!
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Old 07-24-2009, 04:54 AM   #34
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I'm so old....

I bought a 1911, when they first came out.

I cried when George Burns died, because it hurts to see someone younger than you pass on.

There weren't all these fancy knife steels. Bone or Obsidian, that's it.
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I'm a spry 42 yrs young here
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Old 07-24-2009, 05:09 AM   #36
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I just turned 27 on the 16th, but I've got old guy tastes according to my mates. I smoke a pipe and love old wheelguns, amongst other things. I'm looking forwards to old age.
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What hill? I don't remember a hill...46 here.
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Just 30... and counting
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I'm 47, depending on the moment act 17 to 97, a wide spectrum to work in. I'm old enough to know better young enough to not let that hold me back, never out grew that ackward stage.
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I am 55 and enjoying the fruits of getting here. My 20's, 30's, 40's had some great fun times, but were also full of lots of hard work; I'd not want to go back and do it again. Looking forward to getting older, retiring, and and playing with my toys.

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