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How Old Are You. Official Eisley Research
10-12
0%
 0%  [ 3 ]
13-14
7%
 7%  [ 84 ]
15-16
20%
 20%  [ 230 ]
17-18
23%
 23%  [ 263 ]
19-20
17%
 17%  [ 194 ]
21-22
11%
 11%  [ 128 ]
23-24
8%
 8%  [ 99 ]
25-26
4%
 4%  [ 47 ]
27-28
3%
 3%  [ 39 ]
29-30
2%
 2%  [ 28 ]
Total Votes : 1115

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Ecouter
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haha ... wait wait, granpa turtle telling CHAD he's old? that's something about a black kettle.
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admiral... no way you're old. I am here to serve the purpose of making
everyone who's older than 20 feel young. now, CHAD? he's old. jk. KYLE?
he's old...nah... if i'm not old, nobody is old.

Let's start the Old-Eisley Club and snatch the market away from the
younger fans. Touring with Coldplay again would certainly booster the
numbers. I say, over time, the numbers will grow drastically towards this
direction...though never take over. Too many old music lovers stop
listening to good music or any music...basically get retarded.

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Actually, I guess I don't mine being one of the older people. I can be a big brother of the board. We should start a club though. That'd sure show those pesky kids! Thinking they're so hip and cool with their iPods and loose fitting trousers. Fiddlesticks I say!

Oh, and if I ever stop liking great music like Eisley, you all have the permisson to set the phasers to "de-retardize mode". My goal is to be a cool daddio like Boyd someday. "Time won't take the boy out of this man".
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17-18 is in second. 15-16 is first... I'm part of the second.

Tiss all good though. I can drive, they can't! Ha-HA! At least, some of them can't. That evens out the score... Right? Anywho, just because I wanted to do it again: Ha-HA!

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Ecouter
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wow ... that graph looks really nice. skewed right with the peak at 15-16. about what i expected. amazing. this poll is deemed (by me) statistically correct. (i.e. it's pretty)
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I'm one of the younger board members here, but TheAntrider made me feel so old the other day when I was caught up in my typing rendition of "Can't Smile Without You" and he didn't know what song it was Laughing


I think something's wrong with him. I'll make a fanilow out of you, yet, youngster! (Stomps cane on the ground and winces, then puts back on her earmuffs and continues knitting socks for her 93 great-grandchildren)

Wouldn't that just be the coolest? I want 93 great-grandchildren. It wouldn't be that hard for me to achieve that want if I just had 10 kids and had every one of my children have 10 kids and have them all have 10 kids each!

Oh, this'll just be grand. This will go famously. A lady like myself enjoys speaking in a manner akin to one such unlucky fellow who came upon a group of folks that were perturbed by his presence, yes, yes!

Well...all right! So I'm being foolish! Well, all right! Let people know! About the dreams and wishes you wish in the night when lights are low!
Well, all right! Well, all right!
Mm, I love this song.

? Eiseley. Right! Mhmm. Eisley ... G-G-G-G-G-G-Eisley!

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EisleyForever wrote:
Wouldn't that just be the coolest? I want 93 great-grandchildren. It wouldn't be that hard for me to achieve that want if I just had 10 kids and had every one of my children have 10 kids and have them all have 10 kids each!

That'd give you 1000 great-grandchildren. If you have 10 kids and they each have 10 kids, that's 100 grandchildren. And then if they each have 10 kids, that's 1000 great-grandchildren.
If you want 93, you could have 8 kids who each have 3 kids. And then your 24 grandchildren could all have at least 3 kids, except 21 of them would have to have 4. Then that'd be 93 great-grandchildren.
Good luck.

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yes my age group is winning, the "inbetweens", we're over 18, but under 21...
I think I started listening to Eisley when I was 16...yea, soph. in HS, now I'm in college, some things never change.

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Ecouter wrote:
EisleyForever wrote:
Wouldn't that just be the coolest? I want 93 great-grandchildren. It wouldn't be that hard for me to achieve that want if I just had 10 kids and had every one of my children have 10 kids and have them all have 10 kids each!

That'd give you 1000 great-grandchildren. If you have 10 kids and they each have 10 kids, that's 100 grandchildren. And then if they each have 10 kids, that's 1000 great-grandchildren.
If you want 93, you could have 8 kids who each have 3 kids. And then your 24 grandchildren could all have at least 3 kids, except 21 of them would have to have 4. Then that'd be 93 great-grandchildren.
Good luck.

Okay, I didn't really care enough to figure it out. Because that's what you're for!

I love you. Lots. Tons. ... wanna help me have 93 great-grandchildren?

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I'm 30. I've been a fan since Feb 2002 when I saw them in Tyler, TX performing under the MossEisley moniker. I watched Stacey play the opening chords to Radiohead's "Everything in It's Right Place" and was immediately hooked. I just happened to be there cause my guitarist at the time was doing a Web site for a band that opened for them.
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So I'm 16.

A friend of mine turned me onto Eisley.

I don't even know how she found out about them...

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Ecouter
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ambientgecko wrote:
yes my age group is winning, the "inbetweens", we're over 18, but under 21...
I think I started listening to Eisley when I was 16...yea, soph. in HS, now I'm in college, some things never change.

in betweens rock! (until i turn 21, that is)

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I love you. Lots. Tons. ... wanna help me have 93 great-grandchildren?

i just did, by fixing your math. that's all i'm good for.

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Ecouter wrote:
ambientgecko wrote:
yes my age group is winning, the "inbetweens", we're over 18, but under 21...
I think I started listening to Eisley when I was 16...yea, soph. in HS, now I'm in college, some things never change.

in betweens rock! (until i turn 21, that is)

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I love you. Lots. Tons. ... wanna help me have 93 great-grandchildren?

i just did, by fixing your math. that's all i'm good for.

Ah! See, there is where you are wrong ... you're good for grammar correction, too. You're the best at that ... you've taught me so much Very Happy

Man, we should be ... like ... you know ... some kind of ... you know, like ... some kind of ... uh ... grammar ... super-team.

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wow,theres 6 others in the 27/28 group,I know chad & possibly Rob is one but who else is there?
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Kit wrote:
I watched Stacey play the opening chords to Radiohead's "Everything in It's Right Place" and was immediately hooked.


That would be SO COOL.

...I don't suppose you have an MP3 of that?

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