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  1. #11
    We include CBReview in the those years.

    And actually, I think Jen and I both older then you. I'm 38 and she'll be 34 in July.

  2. #12
    Wow, my memory is really bad then....
    I suppose I should be happy I remembered SF was younger then you...
    & you know a proper gentleman doesn't mention a lady's age, right?
    Trying to catch M in posts


  3. #13
    Lol, it's okay. I take it as a compliment when someone asks me my age and gets shocked I'm older then they thought I was.

  4. #14
    Apologies, I was merely bugging OP is all.

  5. #15
    I know what you mean, Sojourn. Thru much of the 20-00's, people acted slightly surprised when I mentioned that I'd graduated. They tended to ask when I'd done so. They were never prepared for my answer: "Well, I got my Master's degree in Fall '99, my bachelor's degree in 1992, and my high school diploma in 1987." I swear I got more double-takes from that answer...

    Now, well... I'm not at a stage where information like I've already graduated is particularly surprising, so I don't get to enjoy the double-takes nearly as often.

  6. #16
    It's all good, Jacen. If I thought she'd beat me with a stick for saying her real age, then I'd be worried.

  7. #17
    Children, children...
    Sworn, bloody!


    The Old Peculier perpetrator of warm English beer

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  9. #19
    Xetal? I think you fit into a narrow window: old enough to be my father without raising eyebrows too far, but young enough to be my parents' son without raising eyebrows too far, either.

  10. #20
    Lost the post where I brought in a firkin of Old Peculier, but another won't hurt...
    Last edited by Xetal; 06-21-2017 at 07:22 AM.

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