Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by ValiantKnight, May 23, 2016.
Bing has a donkey of above average intelligence?
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I guess my secret is out.
Here is Bing and Baba Looey (his smart-ass)
Looks like Bing and lil brother Steve
LOL, used to watch that everyday as a tyke!
With the recent activity in the photo thread I'd thought I'd give this one a bump, especially with all the members that have joined in the year-and-a-half since the last post. See if you can also post a ruler close to or even exactly your age
21 last month
39! (Need to get that out there before the 4-0 so that I’m always in my thirties in CoinTalk land)
...I have a 22 month old son and another one coming in 6 months, so I am aging much more rapidly than I was previously.
Wanna trade places? I miss being 21, in college, drinking, partying, dating a kinky girl, having few responsibilities, etc.
I'm 33 and already starting to gray, and these days instead of partying the Christmas holiday means working half-days.
This should be close. Though I am far from controlling an empire.
312 to 313 AD
Obvs: IMP CONSTANTINVS PF AVG, right laureate and draped seen from rear.
Revs: SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI, Legionary eagle facing left between two vexilla. RS
RIC VI 348a
Kids will age you rapidly. Between a stressful career and having a kid, I'm getting new gray hairs at an alarming rate. I wouldn't be surprised if my head is half-gray by the time I reach 40.
I'm relatively old at 50. Didn't think I would make it that long but I did. I used to think it would be cool to die at 34 like Alexander the great, having conquered the known world. In my case in business. Starting to get grey hairs, too.
I’m 44 years old. I start to collect coins with 5-6 and my first ancient coin (a Delmatius) was with 14.
I’m on the race.
I’m only 3 but very mature for my age....
A young 87.
A little older 89 now.
I wish you many, many more! We need CT folks like you.
Thank you, Peter - and the same to you.
I'm 38, the same age Marcus Aurelius was when this sestertius was issued in 159 AD (give or take; not mine, but the British Museum's):
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