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In what decade were you a teenager?

Discussion in 'TUG Lounge' started by Karen G, Feb 5, 2008.

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In what decade were you a teenager?

  1. 1930's

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  2. 1940's

    8 vote(s)
    0.9%
  3. 1950's

    78 vote(s)
    9.0%
  4. 1960's

    253 vote(s)
    29.1%
  5. 1970's

    275 vote(s)
    31.6%
  6. 1980's

    193 vote(s)
    22.2%
  7. 1990's

    63 vote(s)
    7.2%
  1. jeysa

    jeysa Guest

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    Wow. I feel so young saying my teenage years were in the early years of 2000. Hahaha. Well considering i am almost in my 30's. Haha
     
  2. TravelTime

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    I was a teenager in the 1980s. I used to love Madonna. Ha, ha. Big hair and shoulder pads. I still remember feeling free when I threw out all my shoulder pads and hair spray. :banana:
     
  3. icydog

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    In the 60s
     
  4. Fine Print !

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    The thought of being able to return to those years, has mixed feelings.
    Truly some of the best times of my life, becoming more independent,
    first Love, little responsibilities (compared to 45 years later), entire summers
    of playing one sport or another from sunup to sundown, best friends.
    Tremendous changes, physically, emotionally, psychologically.
    Then some bad times of my life, The transition from innocence to reality, first heartbreak, the actual view of a not so perfect world,
    loosing my Dad, getting a job and "not" being able to play a sport from sunup to
    sundown all summer anymore.
     
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  5. sweetbutter

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    I was a teenager during the 90's
     
  6. bizaro86

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    We can't all fit in the poll... My teenage years were also mostly in the '00s, although I became a teenager in the 90s
     
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  7. sweetbutter

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    I'm from the 90's
     
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  8. Bernie8245

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    I'm from the 60s
     
  9. geist1223

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    Also a splitter - 60's and 70's.
     
  10. TravelTime

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    TUG needs some younger people. If we are all old, who will buy timeshares from all the new buyers? There will be no more TUG.
     
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  11. Panina

    Panina TUG Review Crew: Elite TUG Member

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    Hey, In my fifties I don’t consider myself old. I feel young in mind and Heart. I really believe there are many younger people that frequent tug too. Maybe just busier in life to participate like us old folks. When I frequented tug when I was in my 30’s I never participated in the dialogue. I was just a looker.
     
  12. pedro47

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    It is the older generation responsibility to tell the millennial generation the truth about timeshare and life, the good and the bad. If we do not tell the millennial generation the truth about timeshare buying from the developers, please tell me who is going to tell them about resale, rescinding a timeshare contract purchase and about how to save some big money by purchasing resale. Timeshare is so much more than theses topics.

    Timeshare is about spending quality vacation time with family and friends. Timeshare is about visiting new states & foreign countries, learning & seeing history and exploring how other people are enjoying life.

    Knowledge is Power, not only about timeshare. But about life, people, cultural differences, science, space, democracy, socialism, communism, education, investing, marriage, law, sports, medicine, proper health care, proper eating habits, death and religion. Millennial must be able to know the difference between myth and fact.

    Millennial must stop listening to a 2 minute television conservation to form an opinion and learn how to attain true knowledge by reading from various sources the whole story to attain the truth from myth. IMOP.
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    Millennial and the older generation must be able to work together to learn from one another about how to use Knowledge and Power to make this world a better place to live for the next generations. IMOP.

    The older generation much tell the millennial generation the truth about illegal drugs and how they are destroying the United States and the world.

    Knowledge is Power. by Bacon in IMOP.
     
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    I agree with everything you have said. But let me add a few things. Baby boomers must also be able to learn the difference between myth and fact. And the older generation must tell the millenial generation the truth about legal drugs and how they are destroying the United States and the world.
     
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    TravelTime, I totally agree with your comments.
     
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    I became a teenager in the 1990's.
     
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    What an interesting topic. Plus, I find it quite interesting to see how everyone relates certain topics/happenings to their teen years. In my case I tend to use the Sirius/XM Radio analogies. I grew into my teen years with Classic Vinyl, graduated with cassettes into my college years (Classic Rewind), became a an adult & parent with CDs (Lithium), and now have found I like to relive my early years (Classic Vinyl/Rewind) but still enjoy newer but live music by visiting Jam On.
     
  17. amycurl

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    My teen years were split right between the 80s and the 90s/ the split between high school and college. The key thing, though, is that is makes me a straight-up Gen Xer. And *of course* there are not many of us here on TUG. There aren't that many of us, period. *sigh*.

    This article speaks to our condition. Yes, it's almost 8 years old now and it's STILL topical! :D WARNING: Adult language is used. We are the generation that has been preparing our whole lives to watch the world burn, after all. ;)
     

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