Dating at 70
In Boston, 59 percent of college grads are satisfied with dating, compared to 31 percent of those without a degree.
For example, Boston and San Jose, two metros with a whole watt of very educated workforces appear at .I read on a Gibson forum that, on seven-digit pot codes, the fourth and fifth numbers represent the date.Can you tell me what model this is and how much it is worth today? —Brian Page Left: The mystery ’70s Gibson Les Paul.Men are also far more satisfied with dating than women in Nationwide, there seem to be better dating opportunities for those with higher levels of education: 46 percent of those with a bachelor’s degree or higher rated themselves as satisfied, compared to 40 percent of those without a bachelor’s degree.This is not always the case though, as those without a bachelor’s degree were more satisfied in 13 out of 41 metros studied, including Portland, Columbus, Nashville and San Jose. C., and Phoenix -- singles with and without college diplomas express similar levels of satisfaction.The serial number is 676323, and “Made in USA” is stamped below that.
I was told to check the potentiometer date codes, which all have “1377142” impressed into them.
Unfortunately, during extremely busy times, production simply trumped serialization.
Gibson has used numerous serialization systems over its 100-plus-year history, and a majority of these numbers were used haphazardly—and rarely in consecutive order—until the system was standardized in 1977.
where 61 percent of men are satisfied with dating, compared to just 38 percent of women.
Columbus, Ohio, comes in second with 65 percent of men expressing satisfaction with dating, compared to 46 percent of women.
Up until the early 1960s, serial numbers were fairly consistent, but for most of the 1960s and 1970s, six-digit numbers were used pretty much at random.