HOW OLD IS EVERYONE HERE? WHAT COUNTRY ARE YOUR FROM?


OKWHATEVRDUDE
#1
Kris- 19 YRS OLD-UNITED STATES - LOUISIANA-FEMALE-
 
missile
#2
Brian-61-Male-Saint John,New Brunswick-CANADA
 
Reverend Blair
#3
40, Winnipeg, just a few a few miles west of the longitudinal centre of Canada.
 
mrmom2
#4
Mrmom Kamloops BC center of the conspiracy world :P
 
Haggis McBagpipe
#5
Old as dirt and been around.
 
Jay
#6
I've got dirt in my composter that is only a year old...
 
Haggis McBagpipe
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by Jay

I've got dirt in my composter that is only a year old...

Okay, have been around since Christ was a Corporal. 8-)
 
Cosmo
#8
I'm 46, a chick, from beautiful James Bay in Victoria, BC

Your caps lock seems to stick, OKWHATEVRDUDE
 
TenPenny
#9
42. Saint John NB. Old enough to know better, young enough to still want to.
 
I think not
#10
Well I'm from New York City

As for my age, riddle me this:

1) I have no meaningful recollection of the Reagan era.
2) I was prepubescent when the Persian Gulf War was waged.
3) Atari predates me, as do vinyl albums; I have heard of an 8-track, but never actually seen one.
4) The digital Disc was presented to Wall street when I was 1 year old.

:P
 
lefthour
#11
Hey, Tyler - 17 - Hickville, Ontario, Canada!
Little more your age, dont' know a tenth as much as these guys and gals so I prefer to listen most of the time.
Nice to meet you though, ENJOY!
 
mrmom2
#12
Yea nice try ITN all that **** was around when I was born you too :P
 
Diamond Sun
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

3) Atari predates me, as do vinyl albums; I have heard of an 8-track, but never actually seen one.
4) The digital Disc was presented to Wall street when I was 1 year old.

:P

Well, then, you're younger than me, because I played Atari as a child. And I'm only 29....
 
Reverend Blair
#14
I'm going to guess that ITN is 24 or 25
 
OKWHATEVRDUDE
#15
COSMO, NO MY CAPS ARE NOT ON LOCK I KNOW THERE ON IM AT WORK AND THE PROGRAM THAT IM IN FOR WORK HAS TO BE IN ALL CAPS TO WORK!!
 
Jay
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by Diamond Sun

Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

3) Atari predates me, as do vinyl albums; I have heard of an 8-track, but never actually seen one.
4) The digital Disc was presented to Wall street when I was 1 year old.

:P

Well, then, you're younger than me, because I played Atari as a child. And I'm only 29....

I'm not buying the "never seen an 8 track" business either....I think I will send him one. :P
 
bevvyd
#17
As for me I'm old enough to say this "it's none of your business" and I'm originally from Victoria/Shawnigan Lake, now residing in the Lower Mainland, retired before the age of 45 and loving every flippin minute of it.
 
Reverend Blair
#18
Quote:

I have heard of an 8-track, but never actually seen one.

That's too bad, because 8-tracks actually look better than they sound.
 
I think not
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

I'm going to guess that ITN is 24 or 25

You're a "tad" off Rev. :P
 
I think not
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by Jay

Quote: Originally Posted by Diamond Sun

Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

3) Atari predates me, as do vinyl albums; I have heard of an 8-track, but never actually seen one.
4) The digital Disc was presented to Wall street when I was 1 year old.

:P

Well, then, you're younger than me, because I played Atari as a child. And I'm only 29....

I'm not buying the "never seen an 8 track" business either....I think I will send him one. :P

I'm sure you have plenty in your closet :P
 
OKWHATEVRDUDE
#21
I NEVER SEEN ONE EITHER.. I HEARD OF IT BUT I NEVER SEEN A 8 TRACK!! JUST TAPES!!
 
Jay
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

Quote: Originally Posted by Jay

Quote: Originally Posted by Diamond Sun

Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

3) Atari predates me, as do vinyl albums; I have heard of an 8-track, but never actually seen one.
4) The digital Disc was presented to Wall street when I was 1 year old.

:P

Well, then, you're younger than me, because I played Atari as a child. And I'm only 29....

I'm not buying the "never seen an 8 track" business either....I think I will send him one. :P

I'm sure you have plenty in your closet :P


Oh there is plenty of things in my "closet"...

I think my Dad still has an 8 track....I will see if he will part with it.
 
TenPenny
#23
I knew a guy with an 8 track RECORDER...so he could record his own tapes......
 
Jay
#24
That would have cost a pretty penny.....
 
TenPenny
#25
The interesting thing about 8 tracks is, at the same time that Motorola was pushing 8tracks to all the car companies, some weird European company named Philips was pushing these little things called "cassettes"; but of course, the NA car companies knew that nothing good came out of Europe, and those cassettes would never fly.

So for many years, 8tracks were the standard for cars, despite the fact that their technology meant they would wear out long before cassettes, and had far lower sound quality.
 
Twila
#26
34 (sigh)-Surrey BC. And loving
 
missile
#27
8 Tracks! You young people! I had a large stack of 78RPM records until my daughters decided to play with them. Records by Frank Sinatra,The Dorseys,and Harry James[among others]
 
Diamond Sun
#28
Quote: Originally Posted by Jay

Quote: Originally Posted by Diamond Sun

Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

3) Atari predates me, as do vinyl albums; I have heard of an 8-track, but never actually seen one.
4) The digital Disc was presented to Wall street when I was 1 year old.

:P

Well, then, you're younger than me, because I played Atari as a child. And I'm only 29....

I'm not buying the "never seen an 8 track" business either....I think I will send him one. :P

God plan, because I don't believe him either. 8 Tracks were still around being USED when I was about 8 or so, so even if he's a few years younger than me, he'd have seen one.
 
manda
#29
maritimes, really old immensly obese & ugly, female...Ah wash my back with uh rag on uh stick, hyuck
 
I think not
#30
Quote: Originally Posted by Diamond Sun

Quote: Originally Posted by Jay

Quote: Originally Posted by Diamond Sun

Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

3) Atari predates me, as do vinyl albums; I have heard of an 8-track, but never actually seen one.
4) The digital Disc was presented to Wall street when I was 1 year old.

:P

Well, then, you're younger than me, because I played Atari as a child. And I'm only 29....

I'm not buying the "never seen an 8 track" business either....I think I will send him one. :P

God plan, because I don't believe him either. 8 Tracks were still around being USED when I was about 8 or so, so even if he's a few years younger than me, he'd have seen one.

Some people can't take a joke
 

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