Age Poll - How old are you, really?


(Janet ) #121

Maybe my age is showing, but I can’t figure out how to vote! I depress the button at 81-90 but don’t see a vote button or a reply button to confirm that choice.


(Jan) #122

Ok. Could be my fault when I set it up, maybe I missed something. Not sure if I can edit the poll without resetting it.


#123

You likely already voted. Do you see the poll results up top? If you voted, your choice would be in Blue color bar


(Janet ) #124

I do see the poll results. Must have already voted then :blush::+1:


(Ralph Pantuso) #125

That is the funniest thing I’ve read in a very, very long time. You Go Girl!!


(Amr Marzouk) #126

New York born Egyptian living in Australia age 65.


(Steve) #127

55 year old , born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England and lived here all of my life.


#128

:norway: :beer::beer::norway:
:norway: :beer::beer::norway:


#129

From Sweden living in Sweden.
39, years of age and Caucasian


(Reader of the Internets) #130

Lot of Brits here!

I’m typically mongrel Californian, though the name is from a Dutch immigrant ~170 years ago.


(Reader of the Internets) #132

Ah, but with an elegant given name!


(Ian Rodger) #133

Australian by birth
Live in Australia
British and New Zealand ancestors
I’m a 20 year old, trapped in a 62 year old body


(Ralph Pantuso) #134

So that’s why I feel like I do!


(Efe Te) #135

Argentinian by birth
Live in Buenos Aires
Caucasian, neo-Roman of Italian ancestry.
Age 45


(wagner scatolin) #136

Brazilian by birth
Caucasian
Result of a Italian, Spanish & Portuguese mix
almost 55


(Dan) #138

Inglese
Quarante Six ans
Bayern
Caballero
Honkey


#139

Speaking of age I found this review for speaker stands on the Russ Andrews web site -

“When I first listened to music with my speakers on these plats I was unimpressed! I tried different things to make them work, but to no avail. It was then that I realized one of my hearing aid batteries had gone flat! After a quick battery change things just kept getting better. Alan Clark appeared to play twice as many notes as I had heard before on Dire Strait’s “Telegraph Road”. More and more detail. Keep up the good work everyone.”

Not much of a recommendation.

:rofl:


(Reader of the Internets) #140

Good one, though. “Twice as many notes”! Guess one of the hearing aids was working to start with!


(Ralph Pantuso) #141

Since they are (supposedly) “golden ears” should there also be “golden hearing aids” for those with (formerly) “golden ears”?


(Reader of the Internets) #142

Considering that a pair of hearing aids costs more than many good pairs of self-powered speakers cost, perhaps that’s implicit.