# How many years are ya?

## How many years are ya?

• ### 91<

• Total voters
51

#### Greg Bernhardt

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#### The Grimmus

i guse to make this more intresting we should post our ages as well? Then remenes (Checj the spelling for 10 bounus points) about when we were that age... or not ..well i am 15 as of now

see now final soem one elese agrees 31 is equal to 40

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#### KLscilevothma

I need to wait for about 73 years in order to be qualified to choose the last option.

#### maximus

i, also, am 15. turning sixteen the 15th of august.

#### The Grimmus

Originally posted by KL Kam
I need to wait for about 73 years in order to be qualified to choose the last option.
so that makes you like...ok look this isent the friggin math forum...

#### quantumcarl

Hi greg.

I voted for greater than 91 because we are all the same age.

That being 15.2 billion years old.

The things that make up our being are all the same age so i am being 15.2 billion years old.

How about you? How's fifteen point two billion years old doing over on your side of the planet?

This is groovey, by no uncertain terms!

#### Andy

WOW i wish everyone was as clever as you! 17 by the way, birthdays august 20th not long to wait now.

#### Mr. Robin Parsons

Cheese, 47 and still going..........like a turtle? Huh?

#### Ivan Seeking

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I like idea that we can vote for instead of indicating our age. Also, you didn't specify the numbering system. I always use hex.

#### halfdyke

teehee, my mom made up a new way to tell ppl how old we are. once we hit 30, we can start saying "twenty ten" (since twenty ten is the next logical number after twenty nine) and so on and so forth. using that number system, i'm twenty twelve, by the way.

#### Dave

22.

Too old and too young.

#### The Grimmus

and just old enough to buy me beer...so go do it...now

#### RageSk8

18. It's good to be young.

#### Mentat

15, and not looking to get any older any sooner.

BTW, it was a good idea, Greg, to start another thread on the age of the members, since my thread was...side-tracked.

7teen

#### Ivan Seeking

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Where are all of the boomers?

There you go Greg. How do we pull in more of the old guys?
This begs the question: Do physicists die young?

#### Ivan Seeking

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Originally posted by jb
"you know what they say, people in glass houses sink ships"

Yes I've heard this!

#### Tom Mattson

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Originally posted by halfdyke
teehee, my mom made up a new way to tell ppl how old we are. once we hit 30, we can start saying "twenty ten" (since twenty ten is the next logical number after twenty nine) and so on and so forth. using that number system, i'm twenty twelve, by the way.
LOL!

Twenty-ten, here.

#### kyle_soule

Eighteen, seems like most of yall are in college, and then you have the younger crowd of course, they vote most in these because they can't contribute to real threads, heheh, just joking of course

#### KLscilevothma

Originally posted by Tom
LOL!

Twenty-ten, here.
Twenty - (negative three) here!

#### jcsd

Gold Member
Using your Earth years I would be 23.

#### bogdan

17...the dancing Queen and King of Cheese...

#### Dal

19. 20 if you count the nine months in my mom's womb.

Originally posted by Ivan Seeking
Where are all of the boomers?

There you go Greg. How do we pull in more of the old guys?
hahaha, I intentionally stay the hell away from certain topics.

Ok, I'm still a teenager.

#### Ivan Seeking

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Ok, I'm still a teenager.

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