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Dec 23, 2010
I can sort of identify with the old guy in this one, being something of a comparatively old guy myself (50). The Boomers are finally leaving and opening up some of the good jobs that they've hoarded for the past 25 years, and you find yourself competing with some 25 year old whose known more about techology for half his life than you ever will know. Sometimes you just want to smack 'em on the nose!
Funny thing, I find my teenage kids are as filled with disbelief when I tell them we didn't have internet and computers and smart phones "back when I was your age" as I felt when my dad told me they didn't have television "back when he was my age".
 
 
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Dec 23, 2010
Regarding Star3J's words about snow all year 'round, I expect that actually had some truth to it during the mini ice age!
 
 
Dec 23, 2010
Star3J

I guess we have to go metric. Try 32.2 KM.
 
 
Dec 23, 2010
Star3J

I bet your town wasn't even 20 !$%*! across at the widest section. And were the laws of physics such back then that no matter which direction you walked you were always going uphill?
 
 
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Dec 23, 2010
we could also type the word m - i - l - e - s without it being censored by a brain-dead filter program. ( M I L E S )? are you kidding me? M I L E S ?
 
 
 
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