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Hearing loss beyond what might be expected for aging fiftysomethings could be related to having spent the last 30 years listening to Walkmans and MP3s, he says.
Leo's feisty boxing mama is still a force to be reckoned with, and unlike the Best Actress race, this category is kinder to fiftysomethings Leo's 50: Four women in their 50s have won.
The result is a blander listen – no more lurching between OMD and The Organist Entertains, as happened on Thursday night – but more acceptable, perhaps, to the listeners he has been told to aim for: not 30- and 40-year-olds, but fiftysomethings.
I very much doubt that back then fiftysomethings had to suspend disbelief in their age, whereas now they need a great deal of coaxing to put denim aside and pick up their carpet slippers.
Since then, there have been concerns about slowing growth, rising costs and whether a brand now proudly worn by pre-teens and extra-large fiftysomethings can any longer be regarded as remotely cool – and the shares have rattled back down.
It's a corny film, strictly for fans, some of whom, now fiftysomethings, appear at the end to recall the old days at what was once voted "the world's best disco" in America's Keyboard magazine.
A survey by Civic Ventures, a San Francisco-based nonprofit, found that 58% of fiftysomethings want a second-career that aids their community.
That leaves many younger retirees with only one place to go: the individual-insurance market, which is hardly friendly terrain for fiftysomethings.
With grown children and established careers, these forty - and fiftysomethings are no longer -- afraid to go where they can't be easily reached.
RUSTIC LUXURY 2007
For the next hour in Studio 1 at an Equinox gym in midtown Manhattan, Anderson and her co-Rockette, Meg Huggins, 29, will teach the Rockette Workout to a handful of thirtysomethings, not to mention a couple of fiftysomethings, in spandex.