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  1. So, have you had success finding these incognito young people?
  2. I don't think discrimination is the right word. Its more a matter that a person is much more likely to have a higher number of commonalities with others who are close to their age. I'm all about variety, in fact I would not want to live in a monolithic place. Estoy trabajando en ello.
  3. I've seen this question asked on several forums, but it seems to never actually get answered. Perhaps the subject makes people uncomfortable? I know that Lakeside is full of people aged 60+, especially seasonally. But there are some people around who fall into younger age bands .... how many? I realize there are no government statistics or similar around (not that I have been able to find, and believe me I have looked). But does anyone have a sense of how many gringos/gringas might be around that fall into the age ranges of 45-49, 50-54, 55-59. In case you are wondering, no I am not a marketing person, I am not writing a paper, I am not thinking of starting a business, or anything like that. I'm trying to project what living down there might feel like as a gringo if you are under 60 years of age, perhaps well under 60 years of age. Are you going to have peers? Note: Not to be rude, but posts of "I have absolutely no idea" really are not helpful. I see these kinds of posts on web boards all the time, not sure what is going through the mind of people to hit send on them.
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