Well, I'm here to say "I might be old, and I might be getting stupid!"
Case in point. Look at the following photo of the controls to a double oven. Look at the selector knobs. Go ahead, click on the picture to make it larger, then take a good look. Pay special attention to the position of the bake and broil settings on each knob. See how the settings are completely opposite of each other?
They're my double ovens. I've been baking in them for twenty-two (22) years. So why, when using both ovens today, did I bake one pan of cinnamon rolls for 20 minutes in the bottom oven, and broil the other pan of cinnamon rolls for 20 minutes in the top oven? Why? Because "I'm old, and I'm getting stupid!"
At least I'm not stupid enough to let the burnt rolls go completely to waste. I cut off the tops, then flipped them over and frosted the bottoms. We devoured them with our dinner!
Luckily, the burnt buns (back) were the last ones made, and there were only five of them in that pan. The other two pans of a dozen properly baked cinnamon rolls turned out perfectly fine.
We had a garden dinner tonight. I picked the first of the lovely young greens for a big salad, and cooked barbecued chicken wings, using home made barbecue sauce from last year's garden. We had three varieties of lettuce in the salad, Red Sails, Summercrisp and Yugoslavian Red Butterhead, and baby Tyee spinach leaves.