How old are you guys?

Discussion in 'General CPA Stuff' started by uncle2frodo, Jul 31, 2000.

  1. Ed Sullivan CPA Founder, Web Guy

  2. manchot_13 New Member

    heheh... Ed, have you heard the Wierd Al song about you?
  3. Ed Sullivan CPA Founder, Web Guy

    (What is this, Weird Al week?)

    Depends. Are you referring to "It's all about the Pentiums"? Then yes, I had it on MP3 on my other computer, but forgot to transfer it.
  4. manchot_13 New Member

    actually i meant, "here's johnny"
  5. manchot_13 New Member

    hits self on head

    thats not from the ed sullivan show, its from the johnny carson show, duh... hence johnny...
  6. Duster Protection from Idiots

    I'll be 20 next month

    myself, I don't even play magic that much, I'm more of a collector now, but I love the fact that I can be silly and off topic here if I want.

    I dig the CPA because it's not so much about Magic as a group of cool people with a common interest.
  7. krichaiushii New Member

    Though at times I wish I were a bit older -- for that would mean my term was up, and I have returned to the civilian world.

    I am pleasantly surprised at the posted ages of a few of you. By comments made in other threads, I guessed that some of you were a bit younger, and this is a confirmation.
    That being said, you have restored my faith in today's youth.

  8. TomB Administrative Assistant

    I'm not the oldest anymore!!!

    [me]pops open a big bottle of champaign[/me]

    Thanks rkoelsch. Maybe you and Yellowjacket and me can start a Magic team together. We'll call ourselves the "Magic Dinosaurs", or something to that effect...;)

    I'm 39, BTW.
  9. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    I could have sworn I replied to a post like this yesterday morning... ;)

    I guess I'm closest to Mundungu at 28.

    Istanbul: Dead? :)

    So, uncle2frodo, what's the average age so far?
  10. rkoelsch Angel Boy

    But sometimes my mind is not as young as I would like it to be. I am glad there are some elder statesman on this board. A team sounds fine- Stone Age magic. When I was a kid I had to walk 5 miles through a blinding snowstorm to play Magic. Kids today have it to easy.
  11. Ed Sullivan CPA Founder, Web Guy

    And ironically it was uphill both ways and he didn't have any shoes! :D
  12. Volradon Kicking it oldschool

    although i dont think any of you actually care, i am 14
  13. uncle2frodo New Member

    ok, i didn't really think that anyone would reply to this post, but thanks. anyways, i figured most of you were in the teen years.
  14. Duel Has Less Posts Than Spiderman

    Ahhh! Ed, the god of the CPA, is my age! I feel all warm and squrmy inside...

    I'll so never get used to not thinking you're 23, ed.
  15. Gizmo Composite: 1860


    Back to the original post, though.
    If you find people are going too fast, naming cards you`ve never even seen before let alone memorised, then it might be a good idea to get hold of a complete encyclopedia listing of cards from somewhere. I don`t know which magazines carry them, Inquest maybe, but once you`ve got one copy you`ll never need another. You can also find them online, although I couldn`t tell you from the top of my head where...
  16. Mikeymike Captain Hiatus

    The newest Inquest mags have explanations of every card ever printed, although they don't always have the complete errata (fixed card text). is a great place to go also, very easy to use card database.
  17. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant is also a good source. They have the cards by expansion, color, and alphabetically with all the errata/rulings/clarifications on them.
  18. TheDevil565 New Member

    14 year old here. And uncle2frodo, I have Apprentice with a database you can look up with every card in Magic in it, it helps a lot when you don't understand what a certain card does, that way you can pretend to be a semi-advanced Magic player instead of a newbie like me. The only downside is that you don't get to see pretty pictures on the cards.
  19. urzas_mistress New Member

    i've noticed most boys on the internet that are sensitive about or refuse to give their age are 13-15. girls don't mind telling their age. the boys seem to think if they are that young then people will pick on them or find whatever they say immature.
  20. Almindhra Magic's Bitch

    Teachers have no respect for students...(Sorry Yellowjacket)...I'm so glad I'm out of high school because those lousy teachers think they're God's gift...When they're not...But, anyway, I'm going on a rant and getting feisty...

    But I really hate when people think less of you because of your age

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