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Subject:Almost over 45 club From:"Sullivan, John" <jsulliva -at- WESTBORO -dot- WALLDATA -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 18 Oct 1996 11:58:09 -0700
Elna Tymes wrote:
>I, too, know of a number of people who are not using email - and in
>reluctant to use a computer for much of anything. However, I suspect
>that most of these folks are 45 or older, and in most cases don't have
>long life expectancies in the business world.
Arghhh! I'll be turning 45 this December -- I didn't realize I'd be
facing death so soon!
What the heck kind of comment is that? Most of the computer-savvy people
I know are over 45 (heaven forbid!). Since when does age have anything to
do with ability and knowledge?
I suspect that Elna might start singing a different tune when *she*
approaches the dreaded age of 45!
Concentric Data Systems
jsulliva -at- westboro -dot- walldata -dot- com