Certainly not. They love questions on other topics. And what do you mean by "questions about old age"? And do you mean "only enjoy" or "enjoy only"? They sure don't enjoy questions about grammar. I presume you mean questions about the way things "used to be"? It's a nice pastime, those questions--you get a chance to go over your past, understand what went on then, evaluate their responses, and contemplate what they might have done different. At 93, my mother was a Scrabble champ, read books on Philosophy and Psychology until her eyesight finally went, and loved hiking despite a stroke in 1992. And what do YOU think about stereotypes? My partner and I are 63 and 65, and we've started two businesses this year, one of them a nonprofit to help autistic kids. Feel free to look up my other entries--they're free and show how much my friends and I think about stuff that involves asking questions and answering them.