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post #16 of 1232
Part time job.
post #17 of 1232
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Congrats!....wow!..you kids/guys have some serious gear...May I ask how do you manage? summer jobs? birthday gifts? Although I should not say anything...I bought me a Rolex when I was 15.....It cost me all my savings at ths time: 600 bucks!
If I told you, I'd have to kill you.
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Even though I'm in my 30's, I am a teenager at heart.

I will always be a rebel without a cause.


I love the movie poster advertises its aspect ratio.


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Congrats!....wow!..you kids/guys have some serious gear...May I ask how do you manage? summer jobs? birthday gifts? Although I should not say anything...I bought me a Rolex when I was 15.....It cost me all my savings at ths time: 600 bucks!
I sell my body to old, lonely men and women.
post #19 of 1232
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I have spent three days searching for some common reason for this.its help me tnx bro

Searching for what?



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Originally Posted by gilency View Post
Congrats!....wow!..you kids/guys have some serious gear...May I ask how do you manage? summer jobs? birthday gifts? Although I should not say anything...I bought me a Rolex when I was 15.....It cost me all my savings at ths time: 600 bucks!

I use the allowance I get... $15 a week.... And the general kindness of my mother who lets me pay her back.

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c&c f1
I wish I had seen that before I bought the crappy Fiio E5 I have now... Now I need one, damn you. JK.
post #20 of 1232
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Originally Posted by gilency View Post
Congrats!....wow!..you kids/guys have some serious gear...May I ask how do you manage? summer jobs? birthday gifts? Although I should not say anything...I bought me a Rolex when I was 15.....It cost me all my savings at ths time: 600 bucks!
Wow! For 600 bucks you could have got yourself a couple of real nice looking hookers and lost your virginity. Get your priorities straight, son.
post #21 of 1232
Uh, milkweg, i do not encourage that kind of attitude being expressed to us young ones. I feel it is deemed inappropriate for this thread and forum. Please do not try this again. We do not want to be your bunny rabbits. TBH, that way you suggested is quite sad and I hope you did not do that for yourself!!!!

I guess you could call me an audiophile if you wanted. I don't have much gear though.

fraseyboy, we don't mind him dying, his life has lived long enough. As long as we get access to your secret information.
post #22 of 1232
Age: 16
Year: 11 (in exam period right now)
Gear: See sig.

Livewires were not paid for by me. D2 was got in a trade for my old Zen Vision M. Got a Tomahawk in a giveaway, and traded it for the Micro Amp. Everything else is cheap. Don't spend any money atm, saving for a car for next January, after that a new laptop, DSLR, and then audio gear and mtb upgrades. Everyone still thinks my hobby is mad... I keep it quiet. Applying for jobs this weekend now exams are almost done.
post #23 of 1232
I trolled ebay for good deals. I spent less than $100 for all my headphones combined.

The LD3 is going to be a grad gift.

The DT48As are coming from my pocket though. I get money from report cards and B-day gifts. $3 for an A-. $5 for an A. $7 for an A+. Nuthin for anything lower.

My dad's giving me a job at the place he works. Secretary, I think. Don't laugh.
post #24 of 1232
This is gonna be the third summer I work at a sort of summer camp. I don't know how to call it. You don't sleep there, it's not a camp, but for three weeks kids come at the morning, they play and have activities and they get home at 3PM. It's a solution for parents that don't want their children stay at home all day long. So it's like school hours.
Anyways I work there. I clean, make the kids sandwiches (400 sandwiches a day :P ) and do all the maintenance there. It's really hard physically, and I get really tired from it. I work from 7AM till 4PM. But the money's good so I deal with it.
It got me my iPod, ksc75, 2xep630 and most of my PC stuff. It supports me through the year whenever I want to go out with friends and I buy all sorts of stupid cheap stuff on eBay :P
post #25 of 1232
I am really impressed at the high-schoo-fi members. Great work ethics, along with a sense of responsibility. You guys deserve your gear!
post #26 of 1232
Age: below 18 (no real age will be posted for Internet security reasons)
Year: I do not know how to convert Quebec years to "normal" years.
Stuff: I currently have few, because of a recent financial problem. Should get more liquid flowing between my fingers soon.
post #27 of 1232
And yes, I used to have an AKG KK.
I don't think that my amp (the other one) was really up to it. It did really well with my HD600 though.
Sold for 700 bucks. Used that to solve my financial problem.
No. Not drug debts.
post #28 of 1232
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Age: below 18 (no real age will be posted for Internet security reasons)
Year: I do not know how to convert Quebec years to "normal" years.
Stuff: I currently have few, because of a recent financial problem. Should get more liquid flowing between my fingers soon.
lol, paranoid :P
There is no "normal" years. I think every one just says what grade he is according to his country's educational system.
post #29 of 1232
I dunno whether to be impressed or depressed
post #30 of 1232
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Originally Posted by paddo View Post
Uh, milkweg, i do not encourage that kind of attitude being expressed to us young ones. I feel it is deemed inappropriate for this thread and forum. Please do not try this again. We do not want to be your bunny rabbits. TBH, that way you suggested is quite sad and I hope you did not do that for yourself!!!!
When I was 16 I saved my money for a flight back to the UK and lived there for a couple of years so didn't waste my money on watches or hookers.

It was a joke, son. Get it? JOKE?



You probably won't get the reference to the cartoon either because it was before your time.
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