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Re: Is Palin's full of old gits ? by johnnythemonkey on 22 November 2008 5:43pm
 
I'm sooo disappointed...I hoped to annoy at least some of you. :)
 
Re: Is Palin's full of old gits ? by MMMmmm... on 22 November 2008 10:39pm
 
Here's my definition:

0-27 too young for your own good

in between - mostly very lucky

108+ old git :D
 
Re: Is Palin's full of old gits ? by MMMmmm... on 22 November 2008 10:46pm
 
Much of it starts with the mind - they did a study recently at Yale where they took a 1950's Fraternity group of men to a cabin. Everything there was from the 1950's, the furnishings, the music, the magazines, the clothes, and they were only supposed to talk about things from that era, even news, while they were there. There weren't supposed to focus on the present or their age. They measured their vital signs before, and after two weeks in the cabin almost all the men's vital signs were the equivalent of at least 10 years younger. Some of them had heart conditions that improved. They all said they felt younger. :)
 
Re: Is Palin's full of old gits ? by Ken Dunn on 22 November 2008 11:17pm
 
Yes, but I'm worse; I'm a grumpy old git!
 
Re: Is Palin's full of old gits ? by sighthound on 23 November 2008 4:53am
 
I've been away and just now read this thread. I assume, johnny, that I am the "old Annie Oakley G out in the West". Thank you for that. The only female role models I had growing up in the 50's were Gail Davis as Annie Oakley and Imogene Coca being hilarious. That certainly qualifies me as an old git and am am so very grateful that there are so many more female role models around for girls these days.
 
Re: Is Palin's full of old gits ? by johnnythemonkey on 23 November 2008 5:22am
 
G, you are a legend ! I wish you were'nt so modest, you're the most interesting 'old git' of us all.

John.
 
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