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“I find that as you get older, you learn what your own strengths and limitations are.”
“I might be 90 years old, but I'm still young at heart!”
“Before you know it, you'll be finished with school and ready to find a job.”
“He's around fiftyish, I'd say.”
“Do you have any preferences as to the ages, genders, ethnicities, etc. of the actors?”
“I would have guessed that you were in your mid-twenties.”
“An oldish gentleman, built kind of solidly?”
“You seem awfully young to have a son in his teens.”
“I had Eric when I was only 18.”
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