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<fontfamily><param>Arial</param><color><param>0000,0000,FFFF</param><smaller>Hey
Kathy, 

Scientists Say the human body is capable of living to 120 years of age,
and I plan to.

What I left off that post is Old age is when you want them turned up
again.  As my father lost his hearing It was hard to visit and have to
listen to the TV at the level he had to have it to hear it.

Liz



<excerpt>Hi, Liz:  I like that!  I'm middle-aged, too.  (However, I
don't really know many people who are 112). 


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<bold>From:   </bold>Elizabeth Patterson [SMTP:eapat@yahoo.com]

<bold>Sent:   </bold>Tuesday, November 03, 1998 3:52 PM

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<bold>Subject:        </bold>Re: [MOL] Nanc, Suzanne, and the 50's
club!


</smaller>Susanne et.al.

My definition of middle age is the age when you want people to turn

the stereo (TV, Radio) down. I'm 58 and I qualify as middle aged on

that score.

Liz





---suzanne1@erols.com wrote:

>

> Hi John,

>

> What really irks me is that I lived with TURN THAT DAMNED THING DOWN

(and

> my mother hardly ever swore, but my record player was definitely an

> exception), and never understood what was wrong - until today when I

hear

> the kids with their car radios or cd's or whatever trying to

entertain the

> world and the first thought is TURN THAT DAMNED THING DOWN!

>

> Guess very little changes except the date and the cast! :)

>

> Suzanne

>

> At 12:00 PM 11/2/98 -0800, you wrote:

> >Hey there guys!...We are not "old", we simply have the distinct

advantage

> >to be fifty and to remember the joys of being a tender teen in the

50's

> >and to witness the birth of Rock & Roll!...not to mention that we

caused

> >the creation of that famous phrase "TURN THAT NOISE DOWN!!!"  Now

what

> >other generation has a claim to fame like that?!

> >God Bless 50!

> >John

> >

> >NLPOST@aol.com wrote:

> >>

> >> Hey now, Suzanne,

> >> I was 59 years old in Sept. and I don't think I'm old, my body

might but my

> >> mind doesn't.  What's with it, you all are telling your age and

months,

> what

> >> about the Days, pleaseeeeeee give up the dates for my records,

OK?  Mam,

> you

> >> are just a baby, love you all.  Last names, phone numbers, and

snell mail

> >> address's would be wonderful, you can send them to my e-mail

address, or

> snail

> >> mail address.

> >> Nancy L. Postema

> >> P.O. Box 5088

> >> North Muskegon, MI  49445

> >> I'm trying to get on top of this MOL Album before I get started

with it.

> >> Pleaseeeee!!!!

> >> (((HUGS))) and xxxxxx,

> >> Nanc

> >> In a message dated 11/2/98 9:31:53 AM Eastern Standard Time,

> >> suzanne1@erols.com writes:

> >>

> >> <<<< MAM!

> >>

> >>  32 is not old.  Now 52 (which I will turn in December) is very

old! :)

> >> heheheh

> >

>

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