Hello, what was your age?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Lightfire, May 18, 2011.

  1. Lightfire

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    Hello,

    I am so wondered what yours, all of you guys, age.

    I can check your profile but isn't it good to have our ages list down in one topic?:DAlso, some members hid their age.:D

    So, we can see the youngest and the oldest.;)

    Catapult
     
  2. JoeJester

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    Age is but a number. Mine is 58, so that would tell you I've worked on equipment when decade counters were Beam Switching Tubes.
     
  3. mbohuntr

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    48, and lately I've realized the more I learn, the more I never truly understood of the nature of things, and the humbler I become. There is not enough time to learn all the things I would like to, but I still seek the joy I felt when I was younger and thought I knew it all...

    I must be feeling philosophical today.:cool:
     
  4. Georacer

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    I 'm 21, as you might already know. Still fighting to get my EE degree in the University.
     
  5. retched

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    What was my age when?
     
  6. magnet18

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    DEKATRONS FTW!!!
    :D
    you would...


    I'm 17, and the list of things I need to do before I die is getting longer...
     
  7. gerty

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    I'm 59 and wake up in a new world everyday:D
     
  8. Wendy

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    Yeah, at 54 my memory isn't so good either.
     
  9. RiJoRI

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    When I began, my age was 0.
    3.1 decades later, I got a chance to go to tech school. I graduated -- much to my shock & surprise -- at the top of my class! (I guess desperation is good!)
    I am current-ly 29/50ths of a century old.

    --Rich
     
  10. debe

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    62Yrs But keep trying to do things that were easy when i was 40.
     
  11. loosewire

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    Guess.................Go to my album.
     
  12. happyganl

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    many members are more 40,male,and some students about 20:D
     
  13. loosewire

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    You 29 maybe half way between,you can go either way.
    Cut the hype,make u'm go to your Skype face to face.
    It take 29 years to get your refinement.
     
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  14. Audioguru

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    I am 65, have been retired from my electronics career for 10 years and am having a great time doing everything I did 35 years ago (plus some new things).
    My wife is a HOT lady from Spain who is 58.
    My first son is 40, my daughter is 32, my second son is 30 and are all married.
    My grand-daughter is 6.

    I am officially a senior so the Canadian government pays for almost everything.
     
  15. loosewire

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    Did they buy your sense of humor.
     
  16. Audioguru

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    I am a geek. My wife, kids and grand-daughter don't understand what I think about.

    But sometimes they catch me looking on the internet at at what I frequently think about.
     
  17. loosewire

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    What are you thinking about,we won't tell.
    Guys jump in with your age,she waiting.
     
  18. BillO

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    I am 53.9561 years old as of time of posting.
     
  19. steveb

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    I turn 47 next month. I'm realizing my age lately, as my sister died two days ago at age 44, from cancer. No need to offer sympathy or condolence. I know you all wish that, as would I if I read the same.

    I mention this to remind everyone, as I am now reminded by the worst of means, that life is precious and every day should be lived to its fullest. My sister only learned of her condition 1 month ago. I always knew her to be tough, but didn't realize just how strong she was until she stared certain death in the face with no fear. Her last days were filled with laughter and joking and not a single complaint about the unfairness of it all. Her only concerns were with those that she loved because she knew the pain we were in. Our pain and sadness will continue for a long time. However, I won't spend a single day depressed or afraid. Life is too short to waste the days we are given.
     
  20. magnet18

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    WOAH!
    Let's keep this family friendly here!:eek:


    ;)
     
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