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I just got done watching Saturday Night Live in the '80s and wow, what a nostalgia trip. While I don't remember too much of the early years, I do remember the later from around '85 up. I remembered every single face, music guest, act... just everything. I was amazed at how much I knew about the show - and how cool it was (and still is).

Something that was said several times struck a real good chord with me. Several writers and actors said they really didn't start getting in the swing of life doing what they wanted to be doing until their early-to-mid thirties. Many of them joined SNL at around that point in their lives.

It just reminded me that even though I'm thirty, I still have a long way to go and I'm still very young.

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