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Re: First day of 33rd year

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04-08-2013 10:44:57

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If you started in 1981, wouldn't this be your 32nd year? I'll be 33 on the 22nd of April and I was born in 1980...

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04-08-2013 11:12:46

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 Re: First day of 33rd year in reply to rockyridgefarm, 04-08-2013 10:44:57  
As he stated this is the "first" day of his 33 rd year. He has completed 32.

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Bruce from Can

04-08-2013 11:02:20

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 Re: First day of 33rd year in reply to rockyridgefarm, 04-08-2013 10:44:57  
Well lets look at it like this. I was bornDec 24 1960, so I just had my 52snd birthday, and I am in my 53rd year . So if I started dairying in 1981 ,1982 would have been my second year, would it not? And while you will turn 33 this April, I would think that this will be your 34 th month of May in your life time. Bruce

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Sean Feeney

04-08-2013 12:35:54

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 Re: First day of 33rd year in reply to Bruce from Can, 04-08-2013 11:02:20  
I bet you you never really get a birthday gift, just a early Christmas present. Being your own boss for all those years good or bad means something, if nothing else.

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04-08-2013 18:31:28

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 Re: First day of 33rd year in reply to Sean Feeney, 04-08-2013 12:35:54  
And if you don't think being your own boss is a good thing then just go to work in a factory or a muffler shop or tire shop etc for a few yrs. Don't even get me started. Take my word for it. By the time you made 33 yrs in a factory you would have mush for a brain and "thinking" would not be your strong suite.

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