My mistake, that should have been 50+.Originally posted by FrankenScagMachines
I think the 10-19 is alittle too broad of a range of maturity there.. the youngest I've seen on here was 13 I beleive...
And why'd you go from 40-49 and then 41+ ???
You can tell, after reading someone for a short while you get the general idea.Originally posted by Lawn DOG
After reading many post,
I am curious of the average age ranges. I think it will help give some clarity to the responses sometimes given.
My original post with the ages was done like that because I have never posted a poll before and did it wrong.
maybe all of you should say something to him. If everybody says something about his posts then he will get the hintOriginally posted by snowplowjay
Its funny i see this thread. There is a new member over on Plowsite who we are having trouble figuring out his true age. Several of us who chat on a frequent basis through aol instant messenger think he is 15 yrs old but he claims to most people to be 20. The sad part is that some of his posts seem relevant whereas others seem to be totally immature in nature (and not in a well mannered fun way like we usually try and keep it.)
The only problem is even with a majority, if the majority lacks common sense you're no better than when you started.Originally posted by GLAN
The age is irrelevent.
As I said above. You can tell who and what people are after reading them for a short while
No one ever said that age played any part in someones ability to give an intelligent answer. My only oberservation is the different mindset of the responses given. I suspect it is due to the maturity, education and experience level. I'm sure there are other factors at play. Still think it is interesting to see the average.Originally posted by BSDeality
age doesn't automagically make someones answer better than the next's. i know plenty of dumb-as-rock 50 year olds that make you wonder how they got through life alive. and plenty of really smart teens. then again there are just as many at the opposite end of the spectrum.