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“A: In the age group of 25- to 35-year-olds, which is a prized demographic for the housing business, you're going to be saddled with a lot more debt than you would have a decade ago coming out of college.”
“For example, in 2008 while two thirds of the over-sixty-fives believe that homosexual acts are “always wrong,” that opinion is shared by only 46 percent of 18–34-year-olds with 35–49- and 50–64-year-olds falling in between.”
“The United States ranks 24th among 30 developed countries in overall educational achievement for 15-year-olds.”
“A study of education systems in 60 countries ranks the United States 31st in math achievement and 23rd in science achievement for 15-year-olds.”
“Colleges have been helped greatly by a blip in the birth rate 20 or so years ago, which meant there were three million more 18-to-24-year-olds in the population.”
“We're planning more of these types of events to ensure that 18-year-olds learn that civic participation is a part of taking control of one's future because numbers alone won't give us power and influence.”
“It was one that might have been a little mature for some 7-year-olds, but we've been reading novels for so long already that I didn't give it a second thought.”
“It's just surreal to be surrounded by adults - a lot of them senior citizens - consumed with the kind of rage normally reserved for three year-olds forced to share their binkie with little brother (no offense meant to any three year-olds reading this)”
“Cut the RopeAnother game which is genuinely "for all ages", I've shown Cut the Rope to five-year-olds and 70-year-olds and been met with enthusiasm all round.”
“In 1987, he had by far the best season ever among 39 year-olds with that many games logged behind the plate.”
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