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Thanks to EVERYBODY for their votes and replies... it makes for interesting reading. Certainly my prediction that there was an older audience here seems wrong. There's a fairly even spread of ages from 20 to 60, bit of a peak in the 30's.. though with the sample size this is not necessarily true. bit of a standard gaussian distributution though the low numbers below 20 and above 60 are more likely due to lack of computer access or typical internet user distribution. Interesting numbers! thanks again!

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Well 62 in people years - wonder what that adds up to in dog years!

Why do we do that with dogs? Does the Earth go round the Sun faster for a dog? Me thinks not.

Oh yeah, before I lose the thread, I'm 37.

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Why do we do that with dogs? Does the Earth go round the Sun faster for a dog? Me thinks not.

Oh yeah, before I lose the thread, I'm 37.

Way back when, dogs lived 1/7th the number of years as your average human.

With modern day veterinary science, this value has been significantly reduced (to about 1/5th).

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Way back when, dogs lived 1/7th the number of years as your average human.

With modern day veterinary science, this value has been significantly reduced (to about 1/5th).

Don't you mean increased? 1/5th is larger than 1/7th.

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August 3, 1945..do the math..and, yes, those are my legs in my avatar...

Jim

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(sorry, couldn't resist...lol)

I just gotta say that the doorway in your picture looks like a scene from Close Encounters. Was there a spaceship landing next to your house?

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Don't you mean increased? 1/5th is larger than 1/7th.

The gap in time has reduced.

If it was 70 (human) to 10 (dog), it's now closer to 70 (human) to 14 (dog). 60 > 56; a reduction has occured.

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Turned 61 March 24th. Celebrating my 50th year for wearing heels. Got my first pair of heels when I was 10 years old. They had 3 1/2" stiletto heels and were called skyscraper heels. Ordered them from a catalog company named "Aldens" and cost $4.99. I think the company went out of business.

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