In a previous e-mail I said:
>In 2002, I had owned my Triumph for half of my life.
>In 2009, I will have owned my Triumph for half of its life.
Is that enough information to figure out our ages?
And then Geo replied.
I don't think it is. The TR could be a '59 and you're 36, or the TR
could be a '61 and you're 34, or it's a '75 and you're 20, or it's an
'81 and you're 14...
I typed back and forth with Geo a little bit.
He's right. I didn't give enough infomation for one single answer.
(although it appears as if he still had a calcuation error in there somewhere)
I gave him another hint and he got it right away.
In 2002, I had owned my OLDER Triumph for half of my life.
In 2009, I will have owned my OLDER Triumph for half of its life.
As of 2005, my newest Triumph and I have shared 1/7th of our lives together.
We (the new TR and me) won't reach the 1/2 a lifetime together mark until 2030.