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Calcountry
12-23-2004, 12:06 PM
Today, I turn 40 years old, and have become quite philosophical about this thing called life. Every year I reflect on what was, what is, and hopefully what is yet to come. At forty, I can't help but feel a little melancholy about the whole thing, because I have much more to look back on that what I use to be use to, go figure. Less to look forward to, but still some significant things are still out there.

I haven't had much time to be my normal post whore self this week so I hope you all will forgive me, NOT. :p Anyways, I will wrap this up with a poll, and a Christmas wish to Santa: May this Saturday, our PWNAGE of the Raiders be made complete.


Merry Christmas to all.

BT.

Poll to follow

Rain Man
12-23-2004, 12:10 PM
Think back upon all of your great physical exploits, and recognize that you will never be capable of such feats again. Your only chance of survival now is by being wily.

Jenson71
12-23-2004, 12:11 PM
Happy Birthday and Merry Christmas, bunnytrdr.

You're as young as you feel.

Gaz
12-23-2004, 12:18 PM
You are younger than I am.

And always will be.

You are welcome.

xoxo~
Gaz
Silver lining.

Rain Man
12-23-2004, 12:56 PM
These people are sugarcoating things. Your life is about to slowly descend into hell. Your weight will balloon even if you eat less. Your vertical leap will decline to phone-book levels. Young women will look right through you and never see you. You will find yourself shopping for four-door Buicks. Your coworkers will mention that you're their parents' age. Trust me on this; just kill yourself now if you want to maintain a positive self-image.

Skip Towne
12-23-2004, 01:00 PM
These people are sugarcoating things. Your life is about to slowly descend into hell. Your weight will balloon even if you eat less. Your vertical leap will decline to phone-book levels. Young women will look right through you and never see you. You will find yourself shopping for four-door Buicks. Your coworkers will mention that you're their parents' age. Trust me on this; just kill yourself now if you want to maintain a positive self-image.
Sounds like the voice of experience. But all too true. And about the young women...I don't understand why they don't want me like they did 30 years ago. I still want them.

stevieray
12-23-2004, 01:02 PM
Some grow young.
Some grow cold.

Calcountry
12-23-2004, 02:33 PM
Sounds like the voice of experience. But all too true. And about the young women...I don't understand why they don't want me like they did 30 years ago. I still want them.
Yeah, thats funny. Why is it that the 'cunning linguistic capabilities of a crafty, confident, and well built old fart like me out do the young pups every time. :p

No need for Levitra, YET.

ChiefsOne
12-23-2004, 02:42 PM
Where is the "Still younger than GAZ, so I wouldn't worry about it" - option

go bowe
12-23-2004, 02:45 PM
You are younger than I am.

And always will be.

You are welcome.

xoxo~
Gaz
Silver lining.
heck, the bunny guy is just a young pup...

but happy birthday and merry christmas to ya, anyway! :toast:

PBJ PBJ PBJ PBJ PBJ PBJ PBJ PBJ PBJ

go bowe
12-23-2004, 02:48 PM
These people are sugarcoating things. Your life is about to slowly descend into hell. Your weight will balloon even if you eat less. Your vertical leap will decline to phone-book levels. Young women will look right through you and never see you. You will find yourself shopping for four-door Buicks. Your coworkers will mention that you're their parents' age. Trust me on this; just kill yourself now if you want to maintain a positive self-image.speak for yourself, stickman!! :p :p :p





actually, it can be much worse... :( :( :(

Rain Man
12-23-2004, 03:14 PM
As of today, advertisers no longer care about your opinions. Restaurants will seat you near the kitchen so they can put the young, attractive people near the window. Your elementary school lunch box is now a collectible. When you offer to help carry something for a younger person, they'll say, "Are you sure?" This is the beginning of the end.

Mojo Rising
12-23-2004, 03:20 PM
I am 34 and I have realized that I have been over the hill for the past 4 years. You are definitely over the hill.

Happy B Day and Merry Christmas!

Rain Man
12-23-2004, 03:29 PM
On the positive side, you are now going to be quite popular among the makers of cholesteral drugs, impotency drugs, and hair growth drugs. Also, no one will ever ask you to help them move since they figure you have no stamina or strength any more.

bogie
12-23-2004, 03:34 PM
As long as you have lots of $$$, the cup is half full and you can still nail those young 30 year olds.

chiefs4me
12-23-2004, 03:38 PM
Happy Birthday

Rain Man
12-23-2004, 03:39 PM
At 40, you find yourself looking at the Chiefsplanet girlie page and wondering if she owns or rents the house where the photo is being taken.

chiefs4me
12-23-2004, 03:42 PM
At 40, you find yourself looking at the Chiefsplanet girlie page and wondering if she owns or rents the house where the photo is being taken.


ROFL on a roll today are we?

bogie
12-23-2004, 03:45 PM
On the positive side, you are now going to be quite popular among the makers of cholesteral drugs, impotency drugs, and hair growth drugs. Also, no one will ever ask you to help them move since they figure you have no stamina or strength any more.

You are a funny, funny dude.

Cannibal
12-23-2004, 03:51 PM
Happy Birthday and Merry Christmas, bunnytrdr.

You're as young as you feel.

I agree with Jenson. I'm 34, but don't feel like it.

But 40 is AWFULLY old, have you prepared for your retirement yet?! :)

Psyko Tek
12-23-2004, 03:59 PM
I turn 40 on jan 3

Happy Birthday


I don't like to think of glasses as half full or half empty...



I just wanna know where my waitress is with the next drink

Cannibal
12-23-2004, 04:01 PM
I turn 40 on jan 3

Happy Birthday


I don't like to think of glasses as half full or half empty...



I just wanna know where my waitress is with the next drink

Excellent way of looking at things!

And true too. ROFL

Dave Lane
12-23-2004, 04:26 PM
These people are sugarcoating things. Your life is about to slowly descend into hell. Your weight will balloon even if you eat less. Your vertical leap will decline to phone-book levels. Young women will look right through you and never see you. You will find yourself shopping for four-door Buicks. Your coworkers will mention that you're their parents' age. Trust me on this; just kill yourself now if you want to maintain a positive self-image.

Kevin speaks the truth.

Dave

whoman69
12-23-2004, 04:50 PM
My glass isn't half full or half empty, its freaking empty.

ChiefsFire
12-23-2004, 09:48 PM
These people are sugarcoating things. Your life is about to slowly descend into hell. Your weight will balloon even if you eat less. Your vertical leap will decline to phone-book levels. Young women will look right through you and never see you. You will find yourself shopping for four-door Buicks. Your coworkers will mention that you're their parents' age. Trust me on this; just kill yourself now if you want to maintain a positive self-image.




dude your on the downhill slide.....better get your burial plot bought now

Frankie
12-24-2004, 12:13 AM
Lordy, lordy,... Look who's forty.

Happy birthday bt.

Rausch
12-24-2004, 12:23 AM
I can't wait until I'm old and retired, like Skip, and I can sip my bourbon n' coffee and shake my cane at the paperboy while telling that little b@st@rd to keep off the grass...

Bob Dole
12-24-2004, 03:39 AM
These people are sugarcoating things. Your life is about to slowly descend into hell. Your weight will balloon even if you eat less. Your vertical leap will decline to phone-book levels. Young women will look right through you and never see you. You will find yourself shopping for four-door Buicks. Your coworkers will mention that you're their parents' age. Trust me on this; just kill yourself now if you want to maintain a positive self-image.

So basically you are saying that the glass is neither half-full nor half-empty. The glass is instead, broken.

Look on the bright side, Kevin. You still have your hair.

stevieray
12-24-2004, 09:49 AM
Half the time it's half full, half the time it's half empty.

It's so confusing.

Skip Towne
12-24-2004, 10:06 AM
Rainman's got it nailed. I don't know how he knows all that at his young age though.

Calcountry
12-24-2004, 10:30 AM
These people are sugarcoating things. Your life is about to slowly descend into hell. Your weight will balloon even if you eat less. Your vertical leap will decline to phone-book levels. Young women will look right through you and never see you. You will find yourself shopping for four-door Buicks. Your coworkers will mention that you're their parents' age. Trust me on this; just kill yourself now if you want to maintain a positive self-image.
Well, I worked out with my protege yesterday, was feeling pretty perky.

So I go to upload some qood quality protein and veggies at the Mexican diner across the street, they will cook the fajitas the way you like them.

I am talking to the waiter about turning forty, and later in the meal a lady buys me a beer. So I am getting this surge of excitement, then reality bites, she was bout 58 years old. :p

Calcountry
12-24-2004, 10:33 AM
On the positive side, you are now going to be quite popular among the makers of cholesteral drugs, impotency drugs, and hair growth drugs. Also, no one will ever ask you to help them move since they figure you have no stamina or strength any more.
Everyone is high in cholesterol, the Doc said, when you turn forty its automatic. As far as impotency goes, I still wake up with a woody in the morning, so no problem there. Hair won't be a problem, the hair cutter said she noticed a few gray hairs though, I have only found one though.

I hear gray makes you attractive to the ladies anyway. ;)

Calcountry
12-24-2004, 10:36 AM
I agree with Jenson. I'm 34, but don't feel like it.

But 40 is AWFULLY old, have you prepared for your retirement yet?! :)
I would if I could. YOu don't even need to go there, I have an econ degree.

Phobia
12-24-2004, 10:36 AM
I can't wait until I'm old and retired, like Skip, and I can sip my bourbon n' coffee and shake my cane at the paperboy while telling that little b@st@rd to keep off the grass...

If a walking stick is 2' in length or shorter, I don't know that you call that a cane. I think the correct term would be "sawed-off cane" - or something. Maybe midget cane. I dunno. Definitely not just "cane", though.

chiefs4me
12-24-2004, 12:04 PM
so phob,,how was the get together last night,,any stories?

Phobia
12-24-2004, 01:49 PM
so phob,,how was the get together last night,,any stories?

Nah - it was pretty tame.

There was a young lady who had some very nice lingerie on, though. Seriously, it was a nice piece. The trouble was that she likely required a winch to get the thing secured to her body. It's not like she was horribly obese, she was just entirely too damn fat to be wearing THAT in public. She had back fat, front fat, side fat - all of it rolling out of the pretty camisole.

She was the entertainment for the evening. I'm pretty sure ENDelt went home with her.