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    THIS MIGHT SOUND ABIT OFF-TOPIC

    This might sound abit off-topic but what is the average of uses of this site am I old at 31?? (Ive been drinking by the way)

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    im 19.

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    well there are many threads here on this subject

    I'll bite, 42
    If you lived here, you'd be home by now...

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    Wow, you're old Maxout! A few more years and those bones will really be creaking. I'm only 34.

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    Maxie isn't OLD... he's like fine wine, he gets better with age!


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    47....woooo: ancient

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    OK, I'm 42.

    Seems like us "old farts" outnumber the "young whipper snappers" tonight. Maybe because we're all sittin at home and they are out tearing up the town. I bet we'll here differently as this topic ages a bit.

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    17 :-D


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    I am 22. I guess I am kinda in the middle there. And hay 1fast6 I dont go and tare up the town...... I burn it to the ground not realy I am one of the most boring people you will ever meat that is unless you ask me about my puter

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    22 in september...

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    24 - i guess drilling holes in my chassis for better ventilation is kinda like tearin up the town?!?!?!?


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    I'll be 22 in September, too

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    23 in sept! lots of Virgos?


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    I'm 18, and been into computers for about 4 years. Well I just upgraded to a celly 566e I bought it at ebay (that guy said it can overclock to 1003) psh!!! My ***, anyway it can only go up to 707mhz until recently I've been burning the cpu with Dharma. It got to 850 at 1.75v....now I'm trying to go up to 875 and later 892. Wish myself luck!

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