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kalvano wrote:Burger in a can wrote:GATORTIM wrote:I'm 29 as well and I'll admit that I was a little bit hesitant regarding age, but after day 1 of orientation I feel pretty confident that it will be a non-issue. In fact, the more I looked around and listened to some of the discussions, I feel it's going to be an advantage....I hope.
I heard some kids across the street talking about how 'Lil Wayne is the most "prolithic [sic]" rapper. I felt wicked old.
The oldest I've ever felt was in the video store a few years ago, and two kids were looking at Speed, and one asked the other what it was about, and the other said he didn't know.
Everyone my age knew what Speed was about.
Dude I'm only 21 and I know what that is...great movie!
Anyways, to contribute to this thread...I talked to an upperclassman in the top 5% of class that said he noticed a disproportionate amount of people in the top 10% were older (non-trad) students.
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