Thursday, June 08, 2006


That is the year I am likely to leave this mortal coil at the ripe old age of 90, according to

That might give me enough time to finish at least half of the projects on my to-do list...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Screw this place! I need to retire now! I've only got to 74, I have worked here for 26 years and only have 25 more years :(

I'm assuming no grandparents over 85 is a factor and being over 30 pounds to fat! But I'm peddeling away at it :)

And what tha heck is the gun question about, I consider it a life saver!

sf, when in 57? I'm 7/7/57

7:34 AM  
Blogger Lucinda said...

Nope. Apparently a significant number of folks end up getting shot with their own guns.

My maternal grandparents both lived to ripe old ages, but I will be hoping for a better quality of life than what they experienced in their final years...

You're going to hit the big Five O a few months earlier than me, beerman -- 11/08/57. According to "about", 1957 and 1961 were the biggest birth years in our nation's history, "The birth rate per 1000 population in 1957 was 25.3. In 1973, it was 14.8. The birth rate per 1000 rose to 16.7 in 1990 but today has dropped to 14."

Keep peddling! That's what I do as well and while some mornings are tougher than others I am really happy with the results. :)

7:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I got 74 on the first pass also. I tried it again picking the ideals and got a 93. It didn’t give me the option of riding a bike to work and shooting smokers along the way. That would have had to be in the 80’s, or less if caught.
Seriously, we all know its quality, not quantity. I hope by that measure we all have full lives.

8:16 AM  
Blogger Sam said...

There was no question like "do you have one glass of wine a day?" or "do you make homebrew?"

Not to twirl off the subject, but I got a homebrew kit for a Merlot one year ... and it was terrible! Used it for BBQ marinade and forgot about it.

Then, two years later, I found 3 bottles of that Merlot in the closet and it was better than anything I ever tasted. Honest.

8:12 PM  
Blogger nancy said...

They say I'm kicking the bucket at 83 -- which really goes against my plans of 110. Damn, I better quit procrastinating! Off for a swim (maybe I should put on that sunblock.)

11:27 AM  

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