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Are you almost over the hill? Know someone who is?

Getting older is no fun, but it sure can be funny. How do you know when you’re approaching the big 4-0?

Here are a few clues:

* Comb-overs are starting to make a certain kind of sense.
* A kid you once babysat for is now your lawyer.
* At your checkups, the doctor has begun to ask if you’re still sexually active.
* Midnight se
Paperback, 128 pages
Published March 8th 2005 by Three Rivers Press
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Ann Hodgman (born 1956) is an American author of more than forty children's books as well as several cookbooks and humor books and many magazine articles.

Ann was raised in Rochester, New York and graduated from Harvard College, where she was a staff member on the Harvard Lampoon and the Harvard Advocate. She was the food columnist for the magazines Spy and Eating Well. Her essay "No Wonder They Ca
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