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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Lanius, Aug 22, 2013.
I'll be 90 years old if I get there.
Very unlikely though. Genetics are a bitch.
If i keep mowing down a pack and a half a day theres no way i make it
Is that a XCOM TFTD quote?
I'll be 77.
*Air raid siren goes off*
"I'm too OLD for this SHIT!"
99. My grandfather is still going fairly strong at 96 and some of my great aunts made 100, so there is a chance.
You were 1 year old when Tactics came out?
I'll be 79 years old.
83 years old. Pretty sure I won't make it. I'm expecting to kick the bucket at 60-65.
I will be dead way before that, with the way things in the US are going by US Police or US Federal Government.
I could make it, since I don't drink, smoke, do drugs, etc. I do stare at a computer all day though.
78 because I'm practically a toddler compared to most of you
I'd be 87.
94, highly unlikely.
I'll be 79 years old
100! But probably dead.
80. But prolly dead before then.
78 years old. I wonder if the Fallout series would still be going on by then. It's also kind of weird thinking of the generations who grew up playing games being elderly.
113. Unless genetics or medical science play a dirty trick on me, I'll be fertilizing daffodils. I suppose if I were rich and a scientific genius, I could always try the Robert House plan..........
I don't envy Millennials, and I really fear for my children and grandkids. Y'all are going to have one hell of a mess to clean up after us. Global warming may not leave you a lot of dry land to set up shop on. If there are any more nuclear disasters like Chernobyl and Fukushima, it will further reduce the inhabitable real estate for you. Vacuum tubes and 50's themes aside, The Fallout universe may not be too far off the mark as a possible future reality. Even if there is no all out nuclear exchange, you may still find yourselves inhabiting a wasteland.
Please don't hate all of us (Baby Boomers; early Gen-X'ers). Some of us have actually listened to science and reason and looked to what tomorrow would hold for our progeny with great trepidation. We were unfortunately powerless against entrenched superstitions and the powers that be.
I would be 93 years old by then... I doubt I will make that far, but fools hope is hope as well. With some luck I might make it.
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