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Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by macaddict123k, Jan 13, 2002.

  1. macrumors member

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    i was just wondering how old everone is here @ macrumors. i think i'm the youngest @14
     
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    eyelikeart

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    21
     
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  5. macrumors member

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    15
     
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    Ensign Paris

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    15

    15

    but mental age of 40.
     
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    32

    32
     
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    Hemingray

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    21

    21
     
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    IndyGopher

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    wow.. you're all younger than I would have guessed.. Seems so far I am the only one born into a world where no one had walked on the moon...

    Oh, and being born in 1968, I was still able to buy beer in Ohio at 18, while those born in 1969 had to wait until they were 21. Muhahahaha! (small consolation, I don't drink)

    Ok, now, SOMEONE has to be older! Spill it!
     
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    16, damn, i guess im not the youngest either... i feel so old now...
     
  11. macrumors 6502

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    wow every one is younger than i would have thought

    16
     
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    eyelikeart

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    the user formerly known as jefhatfield makes claims to be the older guy around here....but wait till networkman jumps on this one...
     
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    age

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    elfin buddy

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    15 and lovin the teenage years :cool: dont squander your youth!
     
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    21/F

    21/F
     
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    britboy

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    Re: 21/F


    he he. the only female to regularly frequent these parts?
     
  17. macrumors newbie

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    16
    any londoners here?
     
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    Omen88

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    20, but complain like an old fart according to my parents
     
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    Falleron

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  21. Guest

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    I win!! Born 1967, 34 years old (unregistered here at Macrumors, but frequent reader/visitor).

    Wait a minute....I DON'T win as I pluck out one of my grey hairs... :(

    Started in computers at age 12 working on an Apple II doing shape-tables in machine code, got a Commodore Vic20, Commodore 64, IBM PCjr, Mac Performa 405, iMac Rev B, and about to buy a new iMac 2.0 and iBook/TiBook if can afford one of those in addition...

    Have been programming/fixing/using computers for 22 years now and I can't figure out what people are doing with those PC's??????

    They must be gluttons for punishment...Me, I like to get actual work done as opposed to reboot/re-install/reboot/crash/download drivers/reboot/crash/can't network/crash/reboot/re-install/etc. etc. etc.

    Why can't the rest of the world figure out what we already know - the world would be a beautiful place...
     
  22. macrumors member

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    a new record...

    35

    and, thanks, I feel old now.
     
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    voicegy

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    omygod you all be youngin's

    I'm 43.

    I don't know if I win anything by admitting that.

    Maybe an iLamp? :)

    Scott
     
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    20 winters

    20

    (Performa 450, Performa 5300, PowerBook 1400, PowerMac G3/266, PowerMac G3/350, and hopefully a new G5...)
     
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    chibianh

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    18..

    18 and needing a new mac.... if only college were free.....
     

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