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98-yr.-old woman still bartending and loving life

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What do you expect to be doing when you're nearing age 100?  Living a quiet, slower life?  That's far from the case for one Connecticut woman who still works full-time slinging drinks at a bar. 

Like a great bottle of scotch, Angie Maclean has been aged to perfection.  She is 98-years-old and still going strong as she pours drinks at Panama Joe's Café in Connecticut.

Maclean says she started bartending when she was only 17 to supplement her income working at General Electric.

She celebrates every holiday by dressing up and never grows tired of the job she loves.

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