:D
im 18


i was just wondering about our board friend ages...
post your age if u wanna show us ur exclusive age
lets see the result....

c ya
Posted on 2005-07-12 11:37:53 by GR33d
i'm 19, 20 in nov. getting so old now, not so long before i loose my teens, then i'll be old for ever.
Posted on 2005-07-12 12:10:58 by Damnation
I am 19 but what the hell is "Growing up...things are getting easier". Things are not getting easier.
Posted on 2005-07-12 21:26:42 by comrade
i think GR33d is referring to ease in programming in asm, though i find it to be much harder now, without an assembler.? Well, a real one, anyway.

On a side note, i did manage to find a post by myself from 2001 (when i was 15 or 16) asking how long people here had been programming in asm for.? Have i really been hanging around here that long? :shock:? Please, someone tell me the dates all got messed up when we switched from phpBB...? actually, please tell me the world's calendar got set forward and i didn't actually turn 20 this year...? :sad:
Posted on 2005-07-12 23:56:10 by jademtech
:shock:

Ah,

It must be tough for you bunch of poor old fogies, imagine being so ancient that you have hit 20 years of age, I mean HAY MAN, that 20% of a century. Think of it, in another 30 years time your hair will go grey, you will have a middle aged spread and you kids will be older than you are now. Cruel ain't it.  :mrgreen:
Posted on 2005-07-13 03:20:16 by hutch--
The older you are the shortest year is. And this is the worst thing about aging.
Posted on 2005-07-13 03:58:48 by AceEmbler
i was waiting for you to chime in, hutch--  ;)

With the amount of time i'm beginning to spend in front of a computer, i'll probably lose all my hair before it goes grey and programming with my laptop in my lap might make having children an impossibility.  Science is making all the problems of your generation a thing of the past.  Ain't science grand?  :D
Posted on 2005-07-13 13:19:35 by jademtech
I'm 18 right now, turning 19 in ~2 months.
Posted on 2005-07-20 21:29:09 by x86asm