Wednesday, November 28, 2007

40 is the New 30

That's what they say, anyhow, and I have seen no evidence to the contrary.

4 comments:

George said...

Happy Birthday, Pal.

I think the current economic downturn has affected that equation. It should read "40 is the new 39".

Chuck said...

I thought it was 60 is the new 40, but, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

Either way, Happy Birthday ol' chum and many happy returns!

Rick said...

You're as old as two 20s. Does that count?

Patrick said...

Happy Birthday, James! I'm just a few years behind you, so I'm all for the "40 is the new 30" argument...doesn't that mean we get a ten-year "do-over?" :)