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  Reply # 1337340 5-Jul-2015 16:58
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pctek: My reason: age......old women in IT - not a thing they like. ...


They don't like old men in IT either.  [where "old" = 50] 


Hmmm. Somewhat comforting to know it's not just the old woman thing then.
Sigh.....like we all suddenly become a bunch of halfwits....

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  Reply # 1337398 5-Jul-2015 17:57
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It annoys me that somehow young people don't realise we were online long before they were. Longer than they've been alive, even. 😜

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  Reply # 1337424 5-Jul-2015 18:45
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JayADee: It annoys me that somehow young people don't realise we were online long before they were. Longer than they've been alive, even. 😜


I still have my copy of Windows 1.01 (file size 1 MB)  smile




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