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Question by webdawg88
Submitted on 4/22/2004
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im  32  years old /young  is it to late to start stand up or is my prime up

Answer by Nuttybroncosfanatic
Submitted on 4/28/2004
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Almost certain that its up for you. You have to think like a cat and jump like a dog o wait thats just the old dog and cat  thing  well any how about question hell yeah it is give up let the old ones who been around for years do there thing and let the new ones i.e. myself take over just take some nightquil and go back to bed !


Answer by toeknee
Submitted on 6/21/2004
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never to late to fulfil your passions in ten years you will b 42 thanking yourself for listing to yourself thats a long time for practice glad that noone told RODGER DANGERFIELD he was to late STEVE HARVEY was 35 do your thing!!!!!


Answer by jaime
Submitted on 3/23/2005
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hell man i'm 45 and i'm just starting to use my 20+ years of collecting material to make an act that works.


Answer by fu
Submitted on 10/21/2005
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u suck


Answer by tree
Submitted on 10/8/2006
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If you're funny, it's not too late at 32/34 - if you're not funny & just want to be mediocre and hang around in clubs with other non-funny 20-somethings then that's just a social thing - you either get along with the folks there or you don't - It may be harder if you look to be a different age than the majority of them - On the other hand, I probably wouldn't get along with them at any age, anyway . . .


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