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Drimble asks: When was it last brought home to you just how old you're getting? We last asked this in 2004, and you're eight years older now. Eight. Years.

(, Thu 7 Jun 2012, 13:24)
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When you realise that...
... your cousins are in their fifties, most of your aunts & uncles have carked it (as have my parents, but I'd already noticed that), but most of all, your nieces & nephews are at uni or married with their own kids.

Also: knowing your kids won't ever have the 'pleasure' of spending hours doing research in real books in a musty old library, then having to copy out the information long-hand because the books are for reference only and can't be borrowed.
(, Thu 7 Jun 2012, 13:59, 1 reply)
How I loved those musty old "stacks" at uni
...at least by the time I got to Uni they had invented photocopiers
(, Thu 7 Jun 2012, 18:51, closed)

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