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14 Awkward Times Old People Tried to Navigate Social Media

Printing out facebook posts! Oversharing! Making catastrophic social faux pas! These are are just some of the joys of watching old people slowly get used to technology

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16 Pure Times Old People Grappled with Social Media

The world is changing faster than they can deal, but they're trying to keep up. Also my feed isn't loading, I think I've been hacked.

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15 Goofy Old People Who Should've Left Social Media to the Kids

Social media mistakes wouldn't be as big a deal if they didn't happen on such a public forum. Either way they're trying very hard so they deserve some credit.

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16 Moments That Made People Realize They Were Old

Ever have that sudden moment of clarity when you realize that you've been on this earth for way longer than you'd really considered before?


It might be the development of some new pain or the recollection of a distant memory. Either way, get ready for waves of existential dread to wash over you as you browse this list. 

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My discerning ear tells me that it CERTAINLY isn't black metal.

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“Compared to modern beers, the shipwreck beers contained similar levels of potassium but 15- to 60-fold more sodium, presumably derived from sea water. This may have diluted the beers up to 30%,” the scientists wrote in the paper published in the Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry.

“Ethanol contents were low (2.8-3.2%) compared to typical modern lagers and ales. The mass ratios of glycerol and ethanol were 4.5% for both shipwreck beers, which is typical for a yeast fermentation product.”

Dr Gibson and his colleagues analyzed samples from two bottles recovered in the shipwreck.

They determined that the samples were different beers based on their hop content.