38 and still gaming :)

Discussion in 'General Gaming' started by Notorious, Jul 18, 2005.

  1. Notorious

    Notorious New Member

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    Notorious (formerly known as Yertill) is my name. I am here at this forum to possibly meet some new online friends for the upcoming 360 release. I have been gaming since pong, and an old arcade fanatic. I co-own my own company. Been divorced twice :lol: . Paid some kid $200 to take his spot in the front of the line for Halo 2 at mid night :shock: . Love Rainbow 6. Finished with XBOX, looking forward to 360. Up to this point have met 2 true friends and many aquaintences on line. Will likely own 3 360s , one for me , one for my 40 yr old girlfriend, and a dedicated.
  2. Gimper

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    :) Nice to see your still gaming at 38 :wink:
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    thanks. Its my escape from reality after a long days work, and since I am no longer into sports and not a hunter or fisher, whats a guy to do? and still stay out of trouble :lol: Dont even sugest knitting :lol:
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    Hey Welcome to the forums!

    Nice to see some older gamers around these forums.
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    Welcome bro...I am 35 so don't feel so lonely here. What do you do for a living?
  6. Notorious

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    Hey Defender :)
    My family owned a local Construction Company, my father retired and his brother too. Growing up around the industry all my life I knew it was what I wanted to do. Talking to my cousin, we bought out our fathers shares and became partners 50/50. New home construction is our bread and butter :)
    Last year we grossed $1.4 mill :D However; the largest part of that is burned up in wages, fuel, repairs, and supplies. :(
    But its a good living none the less :wink: