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young and old

Each day we are sometimes young and sometimes old for varying amounts of time. Chronologically young people may actually spend more time being ‘old’ than their chronological elders.

For the purposes of this observation ‘being young’ means being into things.

‘Being old’ means either a)wanting to be into things that chronologically young people are into, or,

b)not being into things.


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