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PostSubject: Re: Hello, greetings and salutations, etc. etc. henceforth without fail hi!   Mon Dec 06, 2010 11:42 pm

Dang you kids are just pups... besides PGM's old ass, I think I'm one of the oldest here too, I was born in 1979 (which makes me 31). I'm still glad I have my youth, and every year I get older I appreciate it more and more. I'm going to cry when I hit 40, then I'll search the world for a Vampire when I hit 50, hopefully I'll get bitten and stop the aging process, that way I can continue modding Bloodlines... in the year 2030, lol.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello, greetings and salutations, etc. etc. henceforth without fail hi!   Tue Dec 07, 2010 5:12 am

(Yes I was talking to PGM ^^)

My parents, as I said, are from 64 and 66, and my grand parents in 40 and 43 (and my great grandmother who's still alive was born in 18)
So My grand parents may be younger than your parents \o/


As for myself, 88, and I was born because my parents met on Minitel (a kind of French pre-internet)
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PostSubject: Re: Hello, greetings and salutations, etc. etc. henceforth without fail hi!   Tue Dec 07, 2010 9:10 am

Oh, getting old isn't that bad.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello, greetings and salutations, etc. etc. henceforth without fail hi!   Tue Dec 07, 2010 10:19 am

simison wrote:
Oh, getting old isn't that bad.

We will talk when you turn 30...
I didn't see any problems with getting older beaing your age, too...


@ Zer0: why wait to be 50 and get bitten only after? I wouldn't mind getting bitten now. Shit, even a Ventrue would do (clan I really don't like).
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PostSubject: Re: Hello, greetings and salutations, etc. etc. henceforth without fail hi!   Tue Dec 07, 2010 12:41 pm

Feral wrote:
simison wrote:
Oh, getting old isn't that bad.

We will talk when you turn 30...
I didn't see any problems with getting older beaing your age, too...


@ Zer0: why wait to be 50 and get bitten only after? I wouldn't mind getting bitten now. Shit, even a Ventrue would do (clan I really don't like).

All this talk of being bitten (i.e. Embraced) has me thinking. I'm starting a new thread, instead of hijacking this one any further. See you there.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello, greetings and salutations, etc. etc. henceforth without fail hi!   Tue Dec 07, 2010 8:36 pm

Feral wrote:
simison wrote:
Oh, getting old isn't that bad.

We will talk when you turn 30...
I didn't see any problems with getting older beaing your age, too...


@ Zer0: why wait to be 50 and get bitten only after? I wouldn't mind getting bitten now. Shit, even a Ventrue would do (clan I really don't like).

While I can't speak from experience, I'm confident that my worldview won't turn me into a crochety old man as I get older. There are benefits to aging. Not that I'm in a hurry either, I'm fine with the current pace as it is.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello, greetings and salutations, etc. etc. henceforth without fail hi!   Tue Dec 07, 2010 10:09 pm

simison wrote:
While I can't speak from experience, I'm confident that my worldview won't turn me into a crochety old man as I get older. There are benefits to aging. Not that I'm in a hurry either, I'm fine with the current pace as it is.

Ah, but you failed to reckon with the sheer fun of being a curmudgeon. Telling those dumbass kids to "Get off my lawn!" Even though I don't even have a lawn... they don't know that. Informing people that they don't do anything as well as they did "Back in my day," although it's probably not true... competition forces people to be more efficient, or go bankrupt.

And don't forget letting these young 'hippies' know that they don't know what good music is... despite the fact that pop music sucked just as hard when I was a kid -- maybe even a little harder, since William Shatner could never release an album today. I pride myself on never having heard a 'Justin Beiber' song; yet I'd almost rather listen to him than 'Donny and Marie'.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello, greetings and salutations, etc. etc. henceforth without fail hi!   Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:30 am

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Ah, but you failed to reckon with the sheer fun of being a curmudgeon. Telling those dumbass kids to "Get off my lawn!" Even though I don't even have a lawn... they don't know that. Informing people that they don't do anything as well as they did "Back in my day," although it's probably not true... competition forces people to be more efficient, or go bankrupt.

And don't forget letting these young 'hippies' know that they don't know what good music is... despite the fact that pop music sucked just as hard when I was a kid -- maybe even a little harder, since William Shatner could never release an album today. I pride myself on never having heard a 'Justin Beiber' song; yet I'd almost rather listen to him than 'Donny and Marie'.

Sweet Jesus, I could see myself developing those behaviours you write about... I'm not even 30.... Aaaaaargh!
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PostSubject: Re: Hello, greetings and salutations, etc. etc. henceforth without fail hi!   Wed Dec 08, 2010 10:35 am

PGM1961 wrote:

Informing people that they don't do anything as well as they did "Back in my day," although it's probably not true... competition forces people to be more efficient, or go bankrupt.

Strangely enough, I'm already using the "Back in my day" line.
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