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    i'm old


    just figured i'd say, hello, again
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    Hey neanderthal // anarchism, we are as old as we feel; so I must be about 47
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    Somedays I feel like I am 21 again,
    Somedays i feel like I am 61, I don't much care for these days
    somedays I feel like a nut,
    Somedays, I feel like ......
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    Quote Originally Posted by dylunio
    Hey neanderthal // anarchism, we are as old as we feel; so I must be about 47

    I sorta feel like 47 as well, that could be because my 47th birhtday is in 23 days

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    Quote Originally Posted by LondoJowo
    I sorta feel like 47 as well, that could be because my 47th birhtday is in 23 days
    Ahh! Premature aging!
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    If I hadn't served 12 years in the US Navy I would probably feel like I was a 35

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    Quote Originally Posted by LondoJowo
    Quote Originally Posted by dylunio
    Hey neanderthal // anarchism, we are as old as we feel; so I must be about 47

    I sorta feel like 47 as well, that could be because my 47th birhtday is in 23 days
    Man, I'm gonna be 48 in November....

    You're in high school without a care in the world. Then, one morning you wake up and look in the mirror, and you're trapped inside a 45 year old's body! God it goes by so fast...
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    really I feel like 14 and gues what...

    I like old people. slow wited but when they eventualy come to the end of a thought they sometimes have something interesting to say. kids are just complain about the dellays on the next video game release.

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    You're in high school without a care in the world. Then, one morning you wake up and look in the mirror, and you're trapped inside a 45 year old's body! God it goes by so fast...
    Ain't that the damned truth.

    I spend between 8 1/2 to 10 1/2 months a year on the road most of the time in a hotel, though this year I've spent 2 1/2 months offshore. I'm just happy that I have computers to keep me busy, defintely have no desire to go out and party all night. I've got a spare 10GB harddrive for my laptop, there are some days where I've tried out 3 - 4 distros. This is a great way to kill time when you not working over the weekend and too far to travel home.

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    Yeah I like computers too, they usually stay in one spot, dont bounce, dont talk to fast. I dont have to be physical with them so I can stay up to at least midnight before sleep takes over, oh and I am only 36.
    By the way, I dont actually feel that old, but being only 10 years from you guys is stressing me a bit. I am hoping to still do a bit when i am in my 40's ... oh mentally that is.

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