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WONDERING WHAT AGE MOST UJ ARE????

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Skybuster
So 60% are over the age of 50 according to PC's pie chart.  Bingo might be the only other leisure endeavor with a similarly aged group of participants.  A couple more years on here and the threads might be about which denture adhesive to use when shooting heavy pheasant loads.

Depends...

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SmittyPA
I was going to say and old 37 almost 38 but according to that pie chart I'm on the good side of the medium. Though I do feel much older at times.

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mshowman

I was going to say and old 37 almost 38 but according to that pie chart I'm on the good side of the medium. Though I do feel much older at times.

Don't feel too good about it. You know how some people hate to turn 40? Well, that's how I felt about turning 36. Just before I turned 36 I read that the life expectancy of the average American male was 72. Based on that I had to assume that I had reached the peak and it was all down hill from that point on!  :<img src=:'>

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delahunter834
I was going to say and old 37 almost 38 but according to that pie chart I'm on the good side of the medium. Though I do feel much older at times.

Don't feel too good about it. You know how some people hate to turn 40? Well, that's how I felt about turning 36. Just before I turned 36 I read that the life expectancy of the average American male was 72. Based on that I had to assume that I had reached the peak and it was all down hill from that point on!  :<img src=:'>

"72"I have six months to live!!!!!

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mshowman
I was going to say and old 37 almost 38 but according to that pie chart I'm on the good side of the medium. Though I do feel much older at times.

Don't feel too good about it. You know how some people hate to turn 40? Well, that's how I felt about turning 36. Just before I turned 36 I read that the life expectancy of the average American male was 72. Based on that I had to assume that I had reached the peak and it was all down hill from that point on!  :<img src=:'>

"72"I have six months to live!!!!!

That was the expectancy when I was 36, Dick. A lot has changed in the 26 years since then. Now it's probably something like 72.5, or maybe 110.

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Uplander
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Mn John

I can't believe it, but I will be 55 at the end of March.

I never really considered my age until one day I realized almost all my co-worker were younger than me.

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Rex Hoppie
I have waited until now to post in this thread so I can say: 75 today.

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charlo slim
I have waited until now to post in this thread so I can say: 75 today.

Congrats and happy birthday Rex.  You are above average -- in a good way.

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Coveyrise64

Thanks....looks like I need to update the spreadsheet/chart with your correct age as well as add a few others.

cr

Oh the irony. I am 54.

And if I am your typical UJ'er, we are in big trouble.

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bobman
I started worrying when my doctors started looking like my kids

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Coveyrise64

didn't see your age...?

Yikes!

cr

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Greg Hartman
I have waited until now to post in this thread so I can say: 75 today.

Happy B-Day, Rex!!

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