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NEW YORK Stick around for seven or more decades and you’re apt to become the focal point of some stereotypes before you’re done. In the case of today’s 65-and-older consumers, though, the problem is that the stereotypes of frail-and-lonely ancients are more creaky than the people to whom they’re applied. And it doesn’t help matters that baby boomers talk loudly about being poised to transform the nature of old age, as if it has heretofore been unchanged dating back to the Stone Age.