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    I'm at the tail end of the 36-45 range

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    Quote Originally Posted by slugbug View Post
    I'm at the tail end of the 36-45 range
    Nothing wrong with that. I'm trailing right behind you.

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    19 seems like the average age is in their late 20s
    Last edited by deep_splash; 12-25-2006 at 08:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anesthesia View Post
    31 here. I played mostly pc titles growing up... old C64 homebrews, the Psygnosis Amiga games, Sierra's Whatever-Quest games... then in college I got a PS1 and kept the computer for working on papers. And Myst. And Marathon.

    OK so I didn't get much work done.

    I'll play a game on whatever is at hand, be it console, PC, table-top, board, card, cellphone, pencil-and-dice RPG... whatever.

    I do remember my mom wouldnt buy me a Gameboy because I borrowed one from a friend once and she couldn't stop playing Tetris for like 12 hours.
    lol.....I remember bringing my copy of tetris to florida on a family vacation. My dad wouldn't stop playing it and I never got it back for the duration of the trip lol. It seems like you play every game but, mind games....Perhaps david blaine could train you ....ooooh spooky :P

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    19 here. It seems the people that stereotype gaming as a kid's thing have still yet come to the realization that kids grow up.

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    Well said Besides the guys that were programming for Atari back in the day were mostly in their 40's so you are never to old to play video games.

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    scientific studies concluded the following information:
    http://www.winzy.com/tivo

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    Quote Originally Posted by tivo View Post
    scientific studies concluded the following information:
    lol...brilliant tivo :P

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    ...And, unfortunately, fairly accurate.

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    So very very true.

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