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This is probably a morbid note... I can't speak to age vs musical taste but that name brings back shitty memories. I watched a guy get shot in the head outside of Margaritaville in Montego Bay a few years back over some silly love triangle bull shit.
 

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old and lame....but gosh my family loves his restaurants! I guess that makes me old, lame and fat.
 

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It just says loading tweet....unless that's the point.
that's weird...it shows up on my screen, even the part you quoted.
Its a poll. Would you rather have $500k cash or 30million Instagram followers?
 

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Once you start nibblin' on sponge cake...
I sometimes have Werthers or scotch mints on me for long boring meetings....co-workers used to call me grandpa when they saw them.
 
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er...................older.;)
 

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Well...Margaritaville came out in 1977, and my cover band of the late '70s played it, so I'm not getting old, I'm already old. Thanks for reminding me...not.
 

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The guy has had a pretty good career thanks to 3 songs. Listening to him makes you about as old as listening to Led Zep.
led zep at least has a certain badass quality to them that has appeal to some younger people...Gordon Lightfoot Roger Whittaker Anne Murray or james Taylor might be a better comparison. Retired white people music. But if it helps them with their anxiety (wink!), why not?
 

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Jimmy whooooo ?? 8-/
Good music has no age, though. ;-)
 
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