I think the same thoughts as I did at 18 Also…but I can’t remember why !!
Seafarer, You are the oldest living creature in the group I believe. How did it feel to vote for FDR? Tell us some Depression Stories, Will ya??
You can all mark November 24 on your calanders with bright red ink.
I’ll be 77 that day!
The Sundancer ain’t gonna make it with being 62 but you know something. I still think the same thoughts that I had at 18. For some reason my mind and body does not realize my age. Maybe that is the way it is with all? I do not know but I feel really good. I walk daily, my mental attitude is great and I want to look good for my friends.
One thing for sure is that communicating with my roadfood friends improves my mental health. I talk to many of you daily and the anticipation of this type of communication helps keep me young.
Old Man Smith
Paul E. Smith
and—who is the OLDEST of those 10% of over 60’s[?][?][?]
Remember, a fine wine only gets better with age! [:X][:X]
I’m as old as my tongue, and a bit older than my teeth.
It’s all about memory. As I was saying … what was I saying?
I’m not as good as I once was, but I’m as good,once, as I ever was.
Who’s the pup under 18 [?][?][?]
I want to congratulate that person.
Or, in the words of Mae West, "You’re never too old to become younger."
Old age and cunning beats youth and vigor every time.
I have a motto over my desk at work that says "You don’t stop playing because you grow old, you grow old because you stop playing" Here’s to all the players here on Roadfood!![:D][:D]
Stephen Rushmore Jr.
How Young Are You?
- < 18 Years (1%)
- 18 – 30 Years (14%)
- 31 – 45 Years (36%)
- 46 – 60 Years (38%)
- > 60 Years (10%)
Total Votes = 651
I remember what I was doing the day Reagan was shot, but Peal Harbor Day was before my parents were even born!
I’m 39 – second time around!
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