View Poll Results: Which life was better?
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I have to say that this will probably be an incomplete poll since there was an age poll taken here and most people I think are under 21. I'm 24 and not married so I can't consider some of the options. But I chose child just because it is all play and no work which the older you get begins to flip. All work and no play. Linux is now my version of play. But I think if you have a good marriage then that COULD be the most rewarding time of your life but if it is bad then it could be the worst. Only time will tell. I would be interested to hear from the older users on this forum what they think though.
I'll second that the poll isn't the most representative. I'm 23 and single, and aside from the dismal dating life, this is most definitely my happiest time.Registered Linux user #270181
04-14-2005 #4Originally Posted by techieMoe
I put down Not teen and not married. This is by far the best time of my life, havin a good time at uni
Just need to find me some lovin"I am not an alcoholic, alcoholics go to meetings"
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Funny: I don't feel able to vote on that one. Confession time: I'm older than most - if not all - of you. A 40 year old rebel without a cause, still single, still flirting and really going for it. This is not the best time (my 30s were the best) but still very goodI am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso
Teen years were the best, no money worries, no weight problem.
Just get on my bike and ride.
Now I am sure I have a life, if only I knew where I put it.Pick up a starving dog, prosper him, and he won't bite you.
This is the main difference between men and dogs.
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Just had a daughter, and despite earlier reservations I have to say that this so far has been the most fulfillingOperating System: GNU Emacs
04-14-2005 #9Originally Posted by genesusRegistered Linux user #270181