Age formula for pain years

while my co-workers slave away at their monitors, I sit at my desk feeling much like Issac Newton must have (well, execept for the computer, the desk, the building, the ac, etc.) as I have discovered a new formula to determine exactly how old you are (think one human year equals seven dog years) in pain years. So, here it is:

Pain years =
(Your current age) x (the number of hours practicing softball this weekend) divided by (the number of continental US states with a decimal point in front)

So, in my case, Pain years = [(35) x (1.2)] / (.48) = 87.5

So, I feel as though I am 87.5 today. And we have a game tonight! Rain, don't let me down!


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