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What's The Average Age Around Here?

Discussion in 'The Vapor Lounge' started by DevoTheStrange, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. Lo

    Lo Combustion free since '09 Staff Member

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    Dlyan wrote A LOT of songs....and others sang them. Hell, they still do :D
  2. lwien

    lwien Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I know. I remember when Dylan first went electric and the big bruh ha ha over that. People thought it was sacrilegious.
  3. HighSti

    HighSti Vaporist-Secularist

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    Wow. this thread is eye opening. After some time of trafficking through the site and spreading/learning information, it was evident that I was speaking to mature people who really know what they are talking about. I enjoy the passion/seriousness of the community which attracted me to become a part of it. Although I must admit, I'm probably one of the youngest people on here. Only being 18, I still love partaking in intellectual discussions while learning more about a topic that I truly enjoy. Yeah, many of you may think I'm just another ignorant teenager but I'm one of the only kids in my group of friends that seriously looks into these things and wants to learn more about protecting my health while having a good time. Respect to all of you wiser members on the forums and I look forward to learning even more through my time spent on this great site.
  4. lwien

    lwien Well-Known Member

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    OMG. A well written and constructed post from a 18 year old. Now THAT'S an anomaly.

    Well done, HS, well done.

    /bow
  5. DevoTheStrange

    DevoTheStrange Ia! Ia! Vapor Fthagn!

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    I think the first step towards being a wise old one is one towards vaporization... ;)
  6. Bruce@Zephyr

    Bruce@Zephyr Vapor Fan Manufacturer

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    Here is a question relating to our average age...

    Who (to you) is Christopher Lloyd?

    a) Hacker
    b) Dr. Emmit Brown
    c) Reverend Jim Ignatowski
    d) Commander Kruge
  7. DevoTheStrange

    DevoTheStrange Ia! Ia! Vapor Fthagn!

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    I remember Reverend Jim Ignatowski above all the others for first Christopher Lloyd character remembered. My fav charater of his is John Bigboot which would be after Kruge.
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    Bruce@Zephyr Vapor Fan Manufacturer

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    HAHAH totally spaced out Buckaroo Bonzai
  9. reece

    reece Well-Known Member

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    38.


    "You can be the president, I'd rather be the pope. You can be the side effects, I'd rather be the dope."

    From a cool song titled, "The Pope."
  10. Raf007

    Raf007 Jed so f... High

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    That's the right path !
    I wish I had vaped all my life instead of this 13 years of smoking weed.
  11. lwien

    lwien Well-Known Member

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    None of the above.

    Uncle Fester in the Addams Family.
  12. kycol4u

    kycol4u Well-Known Member

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    How'bout Max Taber in "One Flew over the Cuckoo's nest".......
    HS..... nice to see someone with the maturity and respect you demostrated in your post......... at any age!
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    Purple-Days Tom Manufacturer

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    When he's not saying mass, he's kickin' ass.
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    BUZZHEAD JEFF

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  16. MoeOnTheMoon

    MoeOnTheMoon Medical Marijuana Activist Company Rep

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    I mostly think of him as Ignatowski. He always made you laugh when he was in a scene on that show, and the lines they gave him were perfect for his character.
  17. thepope

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    Tom, thats a good one--I'm takeing names and kicking ass ! I wish I could. I used to do my share but we grow too soon old and too late schmart
  18. The_Other_Shoe

    The_Other_Shoe What's Going On?

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    I'm on the younger side with HighSti up there a few posts. I'm 18, graduating high school this year and so on. I have to admit, I feel a little left out on some of the discussion points, but it's nice to share this community. I am definitely glad to obtain said wisdom from the elders. I find myself having to agree with basically all of HighSti's post that my friends are oblivious to their health, they broke a cig accidently, and just decided to smoke it without the filter, (just one example of their genius at work.) Personally, my lungs hurt for them as I dislike cigs fairly passionately.

    That, is my exact opinion on this site.
  19. jimbo

    jimbo winterize

    33 here...
  20. chucku

    chucku Charles Urbane

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    e) Eff (from Night Court)
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    Clever User name The eyes have one language everywhere

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  22. PerseusStoned

    PerseusStoned Well-Known Member

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    8 months here until my 21st birthday and let me tell you how I'm going to spend it: high with nary a drop of alcohol in me. Or a puff of combustion for that matter :D Its times like this I wish the forum supported polls or the like so we could see the array of ages we're presented with.

    Hey man, I've known some extremely sharp 87+ year olds. If you're stopping there I'd say you're more atrophied then you thought :lol: (Take a gerontology course or two then see what your elders are capable of)

    I feel the exact same way Konrad_Zuse. I always enjoyed getting high with my friend's parents as a teen, and just listening to their stories of "back in the day". Those with experience have so much to offer, most of which is enjoyed immensely (by me) when high.

    This is the only forum I've been able to lurk and post on, without getting upset about flames erupting everywhere and leaving sick of it. I think everyone's general mentality and communal spirit works with that, as well as an open and reasonable mind, with health consciousness. I am very grateful for these opportunities :D.

    I am painfully aware this moment is reaching me slowly but surely. Use to be I could get high, make some wack BLT, throw down 2 pizzas and wake up none for the worse. Now I avoid bacon at all costs, never consume a whole pizza within 3 hours of bed, and usually have to have tums around for my munchies :( I'm slowly absorbing new eating patterns, but its very difficult when high.

    I've been eating oatmeal every morning since I was 3 and love the stuff. Wish it qualified as a house-chore back then :p

    Ha ha ha, this is too true and too funny. Good observation Happycamper.

    I find myself in that position too, but my friend's ages span from 17-40. Pretty much all of them are equally reckless (when it comes to drugs at least...) :p
  23. pakalolo

    pakalolo RoboMod v3.17 (ticking) Staff Member

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    I knew there had to be a thread like this. It confirms my suspicions that there are a lot of posters in my age bracket.

    I took my first toke in 1969, after a lot of research. I was attending university, and there were all sorts of drugs freely available. I could see from my friends that speed was nasty and acid was scary, but I wanted to get high too. I still smoked cigarettes at the time and everything I read indicated that pot wasn't even as harmful as tobacco, so that became my choice. The book that finally convinced me to try it was "A Child's Garden of Grass" by Jack S. Margolis and Richard Clorfene. I still have my copy. Anyone else remember it?

    I just wish I'd had a vaporizer back then.
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  24. CombustionJunction

    CombustionJunction What's Your Function?

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    I'm not as ol... "wise" as some of you. I'm 25.

    I love the average age on the board though. This is a great community with many well-educated members. There is really good information in these forums.

    I won't name names, but some of the other pot culture boards around are full of kids, especially in the summer months. It's refreshing to be able to have an intelligent conversation with some older stoners. :peace:
  25. momofthegoons

    momofthegoons vapor accessory addict Staff Member

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    :lol: Still have my copy!

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