We're survivors of the "hey guys, hold my beer and watch this" stage of life . I retired a long time ago from AT&T, just turned 67 .It would seem that Rubi fans are getting older. The first page of this in 2004 was all young guys, who are now old guys
71 years old, technical supervisor for a school system.
I took an early buyout as a second level salaried staff cubical warrior. At that time I was in Corporate IT in central Florida. Our unit (data processing) was being sold to IBM and IBM only had a requirement to keep ex-ATT staff on their payroll for one year and I would have needed to work about 16 years with IBM to retire. No thanks.I retired from AT&T in 2000 after 26.5 years there, thanks to their rule of 75. I was in facilities maintenance. Turning 69 at the end of the month.