Disney on Saturday! So long, cunts!

young vs old

"Were  you alive at the 70's?

Wow, you are old :)"

I am not old, my friend.
Permalink Rick Tsang 
September 1st, 2006 1:56pm
I'm not old!  I'm thirty-seven!
Permalink Send private email Old Woman 
September 1st, 2006 1:58pm
Man!
Permalink Send private email Old Man 
September 1st, 2006 1:58pm
What!?
Permalink Send private email Arthur, King of the Britons 
September 1st, 2006 1:58pm
King of the who?
Permalink Send private email Old man 
September 1st, 2006 1:59pm
Yes, I'm old.  The rest of you are young whipper-snappers.

I remember watching the first moon landing on TV.
Permalink Send private email Ward 
September 1st, 2006 1:59pm
You are not old.

The 70's started just 36 and a half years ago.

That's just about 13300 days.

Sounds like it was yesterday :)
Permalink Send private email Masiosare 
September 1st, 2006 2:00pm
None as a lad as I!
Permalink Send private email Sir Gareth 
September 1st, 2006 2:01pm
That last one was not me.
Permalink Send private email Jöhn Härën 
September 1st, 2006 2:03pm
I've never even had sex with anyone born in the 70's. That's how old I am.
Permalink victim of my own shyness 
September 1st, 2006 2:03pm
LOL John.
Permalink Send private email Ward 
September 1st, 2006 2:03pm
Besides myself.
Permalink victim of my own shyness 
September 1st, 2006 2:05pm
Wow, you're pretty limber
Permalink Send private email Ward 
September 1st, 2006 2:12pm
36 is not old, "when you've only got 100 years, to live".

Five for Fighting.  I love that song.
Permalink Somebody 
September 1st, 2006 2:13pm
That was not me!

Anyways, not having sex with people born in the 70's was like a major thing, back in 1986. You know!
Permalink victim of my own shyness 
September 1st, 2006 2:16pm
Hm, where do you live?
Permalink Rick Tsang 
September 1st, 2006 2:19pm
Canada is 14.
Permalink Rick Tsang 
September 1st, 2006 2:21pm
Sometimes I think we don't appreciate what a difference computers and the internet are making on our society.

My grandfather (before he died in 1976) could remember a time without TV, without radio, maybe without cars.  My father, born in 1932 or so, had radio and cars his whole life, but TV was new.  I had radio, TV, and cars my whole life, but Computers and the Internet were new.

My son will grow up having computers and the internet his whole life.

Note none of these 'new technologies' have gone away.  I still listen to NPR radio, and on Sundays I can listen to old 1940's Gunsmoke episodes on the radio.

Also, we have a television record of our country that goes back to the 1940's or so.  My point being, when the technologies are brand new, people treat them differently than when we've "gotten used to them".  But even though 'brand new', there's a collection of data that starts being built up that can be preserved.

Ah, I must be wandering in my old age.  There's a good idea in there somewhere, though.
Permalink Somebody 
September 1st, 2006 2:26pm
The good idea is to have sex with the youngest generation possible. Cars, radio, Internet, genital bacteria gears, notwithstanding.
Permalink  
September 1st, 2006 2:40pm
"The 70's started just 36 and a half years ago."

Yeah, not a long time ago at all...I mean, it's only twice my current age.
Permalink Aspiring College Developer 
September 1st, 2006 6:02pm
>Also, we have a television record of our country that
>goes back to the 1940's or so.

God forbid that should be uesd for historical purposes.
Permalink Colm 
September 1st, 2006 7:55pm
They call me Meauxses.
Permalink Send private email Meaux 
September 1st, 2006 10:52pm

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