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Who's the oldest geezer here? Who's the youngest?

Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2008, 6:23pm

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Tim L

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Just curious, because I'm OLD OLD OLD! (kind of...)

I'm 48, and will be 49 in February.

Check my profile -- started computing in 1979 (Second year in college, Amdahl 470 mainframe with PUNCH CARDS, programming in PL/C -- which has no relation to the modern "C" language, which, come to think of it, seems like an ancient programming language to most of you guys.)

Come on, I HAVE T-SHIRTS THAT ARE OLDER THAN MOST OF YOU GUYS!!!

So who else is old here (whether you feel it or not). Anybody got me beat?
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2008, 9:08pm

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If I change my "17" and reverse it to "71" will I win? biggrin
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2008, 9:12pm

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If someone around here is 80+, I will fanboy shamelessly.
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2008, 9:15pm

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I want to see proof of their age first...maybe...a birth certificate? razz
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2008, 9:18pm

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B3N wrote:

If I change my "17" and reverse it to "71" will I win? biggrin
Well, no, because if we play that game my 48 becomes 84, so I'm still stuck out in front, just not by as much. Sorry...
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2008, 9:20pm

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Gah, I shall wait for a few more years to be shamefully defeated again and again biggrin
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2008, 10:02pm

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I'm 42 and a half and I had always figured I was a senior citizen here.
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2008, 10:49pm

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http://fxhome.com/members/profile/406/davlin is 64. That's the oldest I know of. I'm 19 in 9 days.
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2008, 11:28pm

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I'm a spritely 36, for what it's worth.

Serpent can play the age-reversing card at 19 --> 91 to have us all licked wink
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 1:40am

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lol I'm 14 going on 15 in January. That young enough?
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 1:43am

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me fo yers owld!! hugegrin
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 2:12am

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Serpent wrote:

http://fxhome.com/members/profile/406/davlin is 64. That's the oldest I know of.
Ooooh! I'm starting to feel young again! biggrin Got any more?

Bolbi wrote:

me fo yers owld!! hugegrin
I don't know why, but that one really did have me LOL. (actually OL!) Thanks
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 3:25am

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I'm also along the lines of seventeen. It's good to know that people of all ages interact more or less peacefully on the fxhome forums razz
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 7:43am

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I'm an even twenty - I expect that puts me somewhere within the top half of the age tier.

Also, darn, Singwolf; I thought I was the only one with an NES Mario avatar confused
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 12:03pm

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Old Dinosaur club here at 56 and counting:-)
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 12:50pm

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I'm 38- Not the oldest, but probably one of a handful over 35.
I also started computing back in the 70's when my uncle worked for CompuServe right here in Columbus- He would occassionally bring home a terminal and a dial-up modem and my brother and iwould play (text based) games "online" using the service. I was scouring BBS's by the time I was 13 in 1983.

Commodore Amiga forever!

redface
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 1:14pm

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Wow, I feel young at 29 now!

Been programming and using computers since 1984. Back then I was using a BBC Micro B, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Apple II Europlus (before they launched the Macintosh line) and the Apricot XEN. The Spectrum was the only one which wasn't second-hand or a hand-me-down but I couldn't get on with the tapes when all the others had disks!

After that was the Commodore Amiga before moving to Macintosh and Windows PCs.

To this day I still love opening new computers (doesn't everyone?) but even the joy I felt recently when opening my new iMac 24" is completely overshadowed by the opening of my Amiga A500 back in 1987... that was a truly great day! It took me 6 months to save up half the money for it at which point my Dad offered to pay the rest. biggrin

Oops, gone a bit off topic there...
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 5:28pm

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I'm 14... Youngest here??
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 8:09pm

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Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 8:22pm

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Judging by the amount of retards that randomly sign onto Live Chat sometimes and be childish...I'd say the youngest has to be about 9 who came on live chat and tried to trick us all that he was running a pc with about 20mb or something of RAM. smile
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 10:42pm

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Well, still more likely than my friend that keeps insisting he has 300GB of ram biggrin
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 11:18pm

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15 16 in four months...
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2008, 11:48pm

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PSFreak wrote:

Well, still more likely than my friend that keeps insisting he has 300GB of ram biggrin
Maybe he is a molecular biologist?
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 12:43am

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Well, Malone is like eight, so I think that makes him the youngest.
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 12:56am

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I'm 17.
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 12:58am

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I'm 75
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 1:18am

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No. You're not.

And I've very recently turned 21 which is a special time in my country. Now I can legally get drunk. smile
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 3:10am

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Travis Kunze

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lol must live in the US then. Turning 16 is a special time in my country, i can drive and be free legally lol
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 4:28am

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18 here, going on 19. Sadly, I think the majority demographic is closer to 13 or 14 than 17 to 20; as I think it used to be- which is intriguing.
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 7:40am

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Well, by a quick calculation, I think the average age of posters in this thread works out at around 27 years old.

Though my maths might just be wrong!

I'm happily in the mid-range of ages, at 22. I'll be 23 in a few months smile
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 8:01am

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Nah, I agree with Arktic. I think we're a pretty wide range, but fairly equally distributed throughout. Like a nice smear of butter on a piece of warm, soft toast. Mmmmm.

That's what we are. biggrin
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 10:41am

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Long live Amiga!
I second that!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUoJBerFDsA biggrin

I don't feel so old now, although 28 years young is just looming around the corner.
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 11:22am

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Travis Kunze wrote:

15 16 in four months...
Wow, over 1,500 years old wink
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 11:41am

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First hands on with a computer was military electronics training on a terminal of a mainframe in the middle 70's. Also helped my friend build his Apple kit computer:-)

My 1st portable computer was a 400 lb military artillery computer called FADAC, and it came with a 5KW generator on a trailer! Middle-late 70's on that one.

Then several personal Sinclairs(ZX-81's)in the early 80's and then a TRS-80 4P. Still have these stored away.

The Sinclairs are still my favorites as I got started in programming with those!
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 11:55am

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Niiiice!

I'll bet you could get a cracking framerate on Crysis with that!
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 12:48pm

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My first computers were a Commodore Plus 4 (business orientated C64) and a C64. It was games that initially led me to the Amiga 500 (It Came From The Desert!) and I have to agree with Schwar that it was a fantastic machine and a very exciting moment when I first unboxed it.

As a gaming computer it was ahead of its time but I was blown away when I discovered its video capabilites (just as I moved from super 8mm cine film to my first video camera). Deluxe Paint III and an inexpensive genlock added to an A500 made for a fabulous piece of kit. I often wish there was a piece of pc software which matched DPaint for its ease of use and animation capabilities (great onion skinning).

Happy Days... smile

EDIT: As for "Long Live Amiga" - mine still does and my games addicted 13 year old son found The Chaos Engine just as good as I remembered it. Now if only I can get him interested in football I can dig out Kick Off 2 and Sensi Soccer!
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 1:22pm

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It Came From The Desert! The Chaos Engine! Kick Off 2! biggrin

Deluxe Paint - I remember many times running out of memory as animations started running over a few hundred frames. A great program which, as Petet2 says, still has no equal.

Secret of Monkey Island and Monkey Island 2 are still my favourite games of all time.
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It Came From The Desert - was that a sort of point-and-click-esque game about gigantic radioactive ants?! If so, I remember being very frustrated by it at the time!

Ahh, I wish I could play that game again now...
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 2:17pm

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It Came From The Desert was awesome. It was a mish mash of different gaming styles. Three I remember well were, sneaking around the hospital, flying the bi-plane and shooting the ants with a handgun.

The stlye was very much Rocket Ranger. Which also rocked!
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 2:43pm

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schwar wrote:

Deluxe Paint... A great program which still has no equal.
FX Home's next venture? smile
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 2:55pm

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I'm with Arktic, 22 now. 23 in a few months. A very unremarkable age to be if you ask me.
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Just turned 16.
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Gorion wrote:

I'm with Arktic, 22 now. 23 in a few months. A very unremarkable age to be if you ask me.
...and yet, you have just remarked about it.
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 7:27pm

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Gorion wrote:

I'm with Arktic, 22 now. 23 in a few months. A very unremarkable age to be if you ask me.
I turned 23 back on June 25. I nearly forgot it was my birthday that day, so yeah, I agree with you smile
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Axeman wrote:

Gorion wrote:

I'm with Arktic, 22 now. 23 in a few months. A very unremarkable age to be if you ask me.
...and yet, you have just remarked about it.
haha, nice cool
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2008, 7:41pm

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Xcession thanks for the photo of the FADAC!! Been a day or so since I saw one:-)
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started writing music on an Atari ST way back smile
Posted: Sun, 14th Sep 2008, 12:39am

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23 now, 24 in December.
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I'm 28 now, turning 29 in february next year. Geeee, time runs.

As for the Amiga: I still got mine and about 400 games for it. Deluxe Paint utterly utterly ruled and I've yet to find a piece of software that does what it did back then. The animated brush? Half-transparency to see the last frame? Genious!

In fact, I started doing visual effects with an Amiga, a Genlock and DeluxePaint V! I've even got a video with a couple of effects tests from 1996 to 1998 (!) - Everything you see here is digitized, then drawn in deluxe paint and played out by a genlock recorded to a VHS tape! Hehehehe:

http://www.nightcast.net/effects98.mov
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Recently turned 18 - although I did join the website at the age of 12. wink
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14 yaaa still young and dumb!
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Im very young, NOT even a teen yet, so BEAT THAT!
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19 in December, but been here since I was 14. The 'good' movies from me started around age 15, I think. biggrin
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I'm turning 52 in thirty-seven and a half years.
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Just turned 19 2 days ago.
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Just turned fifteen yesterday. Happy Bday Serpent.
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What this teaches us without question is that age and talent are not dependent on one another - some replies here have surprised me with the level of work and dedication for their age, most discussions are relatively mature, etc.

One does sometimes note a limited perspective that comes with age, travel, experience etc - many of you will have no concept of life before the internet, life before DV made home editing possible, life before PCs made editing as cheap and accessible as it is now, etc. It also means that some of the films that made big impressions on you a few years ago are the ones I was already weary of as being generic (it happens to each generation). I know there are some absolutely belting films out there some of us will never see because they're "old", and I'm included in that. There are also many, many dreadful movies better forgotten about!
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Damn Thrawn, you're only 15?
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D3L3T10N wrote:

Damn Thrawn, you're only 15?
Yeah, surprising huh?
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Thrawn wrote:

D3L3T10N wrote:

Damn Thrawn, you're only 15?
Yeah, surprising huh?
Definitely, I would have pegged you for around 10 or 11 years old. wink
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Atom wrote:

Thrawn wrote:

D3L3T10N wrote:

Damn Thrawn, you're only 15?
Yeah, surprising huh?
Definitely, I would have pegged you for around 10 or 11 years old. wink
Wow, I must be maturing! People usually estimate me to be around 8 or 9...
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I'm turning16 today.
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Happy Birthday then.
Have a cool day. cool
Posted: Fri, 26th Sep 2008, 3:19pm

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I'm only 20 but I like it when I see 15 or younger filmmakers on here just because it means their going to really good when they go into filmschool
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I'm 15 today...hopefully my presents are a Rode VideoMic and CLab Pro upgrade...
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Ha! I must win.....

I am 13! Haha
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I'm 17, so therefore I win because I just do. wink
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Tim L wrote:

Just curious, because I'm OLD OLD OLD! (kind of...)

I'm 48, and will be 49 in February.
I'm 50, twerp. Now get off my lawn.
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I think i might be the youngest here i'm 12 check out my videos, http://www.youtube.com/user/cajsoproductions
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Well folks....do you think I might get a prize for being the oldest geezer on forum or perhaps a tin of polish for my zimmer frame or maybe a gold watch or maybe load of dosh personally collected by Solthar or maybe a big fat cream cake from malone or maybe a Poser animators tutorial for beginners or maybe a free number one position in the cinema
for at least a year.....I'm sure you can think of something really nice for me. biggrin
......year of the great birth......1944

O'l Dav