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June 25, 2008

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Great experience! Tech connections and a bit of cash - good for him. Ah, the geeks. I was one of those, and though I never made it "big", I'm now teaching the children of several high school classmates!

Yay for him! And you're so right . . . I've noticed that the kids who were super-cool and uber-popular tended to peak right then. And it's all downhill from there. But the geeks tried harder . . . and get to reap those rewards their whole lives.

Yes indeed! I have a 20 year reunion coming up next month, and I am just not sure if I even want to go. I got fat (wasn't a cheerleader, though), don't have an illustrious career to speak of, or anything like that. But hey.....I married who was the man of my dreams, and I am sure to be different from everyone else there.

I skipped the 10 year shindig, so I am VERY anxious to see what became of our nerds.

You're making me regret I've never been to a reunion, and this year is ... good heavens. This would be number 30.

I once had a conversation with a friend in which we recalled those super-popular high school kids, and came to much the same conclusion as you and other commenters: If you peak at 17, it's all downhill from there!

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