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London Retired

Yeah I thought that too until two weeks ago. In fact that isn't right and I now know that the site is visited by people of a wide range of ages, and this what I always wanted to be: the site started with which is for rented accommodation.

I never intended to be exclusively young, and it isn't: younger people have a much greater propensity to post on the site. I think people that do not regard themselves as 'young' see it as their role (inappropriately) to observe rather than engage, but the audience of this site is of a very broad age range.

My reservation about having a 'Retired' forum is that it is too broad and too excluding at the same time. But I am frequently wrong and I'm going to do it, so thank you.

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