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Another forum?

It seems the older grownups are getting older (like me) and the newer grownups are getting younger. Maybe you all could lead me to a site like 'WDW for seniors'. Whadoyathink?
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LOL! I think that you're only as old as you think you are.

But I get ya... it's crazy hard to keep a conversation in the "Trip Planning for Seniors" section going. I'm always happy for help in creating topics and getting things rolling there! What specifically should we be talking about? How can we make it better?

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subvetss wrote:
It seems the older grownups are getting older (like me) and the newer grownups are getting younger. Maybe you all could lead me to a site like 'WDW for seniors'. Whadoyathink?
Joe

Joe, you are totally young at heart, and we'd really miss your WDW knowledge if you left us for a "senior site"!!!!

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Kris1971 wrote:
subvetss wrote:
It seems the older grownups are getting older (like me) and the newer grownups are getting younger. Maybe you all could lead me to a site like 'WDW for seniors'. Whadoyathink?
Joe

Joe, you are totally young at heart, and we'd really miss your WDW knowledge if you left us for a "senior site"!!!!

I agree.

don't go Joe

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What do you need from a senior site? ...your expertise and point of view is always needed and welcomed here.
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JoAnn C wrote:
Kris1971 wrote:
subvetss wrote:
It seems the older grownups are getting older (like me) and the newer grownups are getting younger. Maybe you all could lead me to a site like 'WDW for seniors'. Whadoyathink?
Joe

Joe, you are totally young at heart, and we'd really miss your WDW knowledge if you left us for a "senior site"!!!!

I agree.

don't go Joe

Same here, Joe! One of the best posts I've seen here was your response to WDW coffee with the story about your time in the military. That's the kind of thing that I love about this board. Though we're all adults, we're very mixed as far as generations go, and that's a good thing.

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This is a great forum and I'm not going anywhere else.
Some times I get a bit befudled when I read some posts. I only wan't to suggest that some of the views that we hold as absolute truth written in stone, as a young folks, seem to crumble into dust as age, maturity and wisdom set in. I can look back to my 40s and wonder why I ever thought some things. As I read the various posts I am aware that time changes all things including many minds.
Disney is at least one constant in my life. You are all great.
Joe

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Glad you're staying Joe!

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That's interesting. I am in my 40s and I think back a lot about how naive and unwise I was in my 20s. I feel pretty wise and grounded now. Glad that there is more wisdom to be found, makes me feel better about getting older. We all need to listen to our elders more and appreciate their wisdom, no matter what our age.
Thanks for sharing your wisdom with us, you never know who's listening. We need you to stick around here.

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I am 74 and i am still as crazy about DISNEY as I was on my first trip in 1981

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Good for you Robert. I've got a couple of years on you and there might be some out there that top us.
My first trip to Disney was opening weekend in 1971. I wasn't too crazy about it then.
Joe

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