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Windows 7: How old are you?

View Poll Results: How old are you?
13-17 24 17.27%
18-22 18 12.95%
23-27 10 7.19%
27+ 19 13.67%
Ancient (35+) 25 17.99%
Realy Realy Old (45+) 38 27.34%
31 and several months .... 5 3.60%
Voters: 139. You may not vote on this poll

15 Jul 2010   #251
ken9122

Win7 x64 Ultimate SP1
 
 

I'm 65 and have grandchildren older and many of you.
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16 Jul 2010   #252
A Guy

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Jonathan_King View Post
Can months be negative?
I've experienced a few months that sure weren't very positive
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16 Jul 2010   #253
Phone Man

Windows 8.1 Pro w/Media Center 64bit, Windows 7 HP 64bit
 
 

Now that we know there are a bunch of Senior Citizens on here, who is the oldest??
I am 69y 8m 8d. Who's got me beat?

Jim
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16 Jul 2010   #254
Tews

64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro
 
 

We have several users that are 70+ ... That being said, I have keyboards that are older than some of the younger turks..
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16 Jul 2010   #255
mitchell65

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

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Looming? Not for you.....for me, yes.

Are you looming again?
Your proctologist called and said he found what you are looming for!
So I admit I had to look up Proctologist (that was a bit of a Freudian slip) but look what I found by Googling:
So every cloud has a silver lining!
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16 Jul 2010   #256
maceman

 

I'm only 10 years over 30
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16 Jul 2010   #257
DirtRider

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Tews View Post
We have several users that are 70+ ... That being said, I have keyboards that are older than some of the younger turks..
Ha ha love it
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16 Jul 2010   #258
smarteyeball

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by A Guy View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Jonathan_King View Post
Can months be negative?
I've experienced a few months that sure weren't very positive



And this has been bugging me:

Quote:
Ancient (35+)
Really Really Old (45+)
Proper definitions of 'ancient' aside, shouldn't it at least be the other way around?

Using that scale - logically, 13-17 should be the starting point for 'ancient' and then it works inversely until 45+ becomes a negative age...

(As age increases, so too does a burgeoning desire to become pedantic )
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16 Jul 2010   #259
mitchell65

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by smarteyeball View Post
(As age increases, so too does a burgeoning desire to become pedantic )
Delighted that someone else has found this, I don't feel alone anymore!
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16 Jul 2010   #260
Kari

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by smarteyeball View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by A Guy View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Jonathan_King View Post
Can months be negative?
I've experienced a few months that sure weren't very positive
Time can be negative, or positive with a multiplier. Simple examples of both:

Negative time: The time which it takes from the moment you start a project, and give up the said project. The nature of the project can be anything: work project, affair, house renovation etc.

Multiplied time: Very common among all people and businesses billing by the hour, for instance lawyers, auto repair shops, computer technicians, plumbers and painters etc. For instance, an average 50 year old lawyer with 25 years of working experience has billed (average) 481,800 hours, which would be about 55 years of working 8 hours a day 7 days a week, with no holidays.
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