Today's social dilemma came from a discussion in our lunch room yesterday. There was a group of us talking vacations, and different places we'd like to go. Well, as they were talking about some places I had never been to, like Croatia and Punta Cana, I said I learned about a lot of different places on Jeopardy. Everyone laughed, and some people knew what I meant, but some of the younger people in the room were really laughing. When I say younger I mean below 25. I asked what was so funny, and they said that watching Jeopardy means you're old. I said no I think watching Jeopardy means I'm smart. I learn all kinds of things I didn't know before on Jeopardy. They then asked if I watched Wheel of Fortune and I said sometime, but I always watch Jeopardy, I even DVR it if I'm not able to watch it live. Again, laughs. Several of the other people in the room, who ranged in age from 30 to 60 said they watched Jeopardy too. They said it was the first sign of old age. I said it was the first sign of brilliance. So I ask you this morning, am I missing something? Does watching Jeopardy mean we're getting old, or does it just mean we're smart. I say smart. What do you think?