How did that silly pop culture refrain go? Fifty is the new 30?

This psychobabble got so completely out of hand that when Harris Interactive asked people last fall what age they'd like to remain the rest of their lives, 50 was the most popular response.

Call it denial, call it whatever, but this is just one more bit of self-absorbed nonsense from people of a certain age who refuse to acknowledge that, no matter how many supplements or yoga classes they take, there's a rocking chair and porch in their near future – if they're lucky.

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