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magefile
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quote:
Originally posted by GameMaster:
It's common to hear 12 year olds online talking about their 1337 ski11z, and how they brought down "a gibbson."

What is a "gib[b]son"?

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At MIT events there are often a herd of ex-head-cheerleaders looking for the next Bill Gates to marry; or so certian media seems to spout.
Erm ... at MIT? I rest my case. (No, actually, I agree - geek is cool, although not as cool [in h.s., at least] as being a jock ...)
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quote:
Originally posted by Xanthine:
Either that or a very effeminate man...

lol hahaha.

I'm a 16 year-old female. NOT a dude.

Now that that's cleared up, continue posting your reasons! [Wink]

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65: We have really big hard drives.

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quote:
Originally posted by The Famous Druid:
65: We have really big hard drives.

64. ...and lots of RAM?

[Eek!]

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quote:
Originally posted by CommanderShroom:
quote:
Originally posted by The Famous Druid:
65: We have really big hard drives.

64. ...and lots of RAM?

[Eek!]

63. ... and know how to all the right I/O ports. [evil]
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I assume you meant to insert the word address in that last post Doco [Smile]

[Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by CommanderShroom:
64. ...and lots of RAM?

[Eek!]

As in memory that can be randomly accessed or random memories of accessed women?
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I will leave that up to y'alls imaginations. [Big Grin]

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quote:
magefile:
quote:
Originally posted by GameMaster:
It's common to hear 12 year olds online talking about their 1337 ski11z, and how they brought down "a gibbson."

What is a "gib[b]son"?
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Hack+the+Gibson

HaXoring the Gibbson was made popular among young geek wannabes because of the movie "Hackers."

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At MIT events there are often a herd of ex-head-cheerleaders looking for the next Bill Gates to marry; or so certian media seems to spout.
Erm ... at MIT? I rest my case. (No, actually, I agree - geek is cool, although not as cool [in h.s., at least] as being a jock ...)
I don't know, I apparently had a following at my highschool. At graduation a group of underclass girls who came to all my concerts and plays (most were in band or orchestra, so they had to be that the concerts, and our plays were pretty popular) came up formed a line around me and asked for hugs. My Girl at the time, who happens to be my girl again, sat there grumbling behind me as as I hug each one. Wish I'd known I was so popular... [Beard of Peter Gabriel!] . Actually, they all had boyfriends, but it was still cute.

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quote:
Originally posted by Serenak:
I assume you meant to insert the word address in that last post Doco [Smile]

[Big Grin]

Yes I did - opps!
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quote:
Originally posted by GameMaster:
quote:
magefile:
quote:
Originally posted by GameMaster:
It's common to hear 12 year olds online talking about their 1337 ski11z, and how they brought down "a gibbson."

What is a "gib[b]son"?
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Hack+the+Gibson

HaXoring the Gibbson was made popular among young geek wannabes because of the movie "Hackers."

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Interesting. I was thinking of William Gibson of Neuromancer fame, and my mind connected the skript kiddie 'gibbson' with William Gibson's 'wilson' ( as in to do/pull a w.)

I am suprised that never caught on with the skript kiddies... I suppose none of them would ever think to do anything as intellectual as read a book...

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65: They buy you presents like books and ipod accessories as opposed to flowers that just sit there and die.

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So I guess there's only 30 some odd reasons "Geek Guys are Hot!". Oh well, I guess that more like it anyway.

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Hmm, I think that last one was really 62, so this is 61.

61: They understand you and appreciate your mind. (Well, more than the average guy anyway)

60: They think it's sexy if you don't sleep for days when coding, or whatever you geek out about.

59: Their idea of a romantic evening is a trip to the local electronics store.

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They can spell 'reasons'.

[Big Grin]

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58: Sex by the light of the monitor beats the hell out of candlelight.

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quote:
Originally posted by Ramen:
58: Sex by the light of the monitor beats the hell out of candlelight.

safer too, don't wanna burn down the house....or do you?

57: We know adding a "Type R" sticker to our car doesn't really give it +15 HP.

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quote:
Originally posted by BronzeG3:
quote:
Originally posted by Ramen:
58: Sex by the light of the monitor beats the hell out of candlelight.

safer too, don't wanna burn down the house....or do you?

57: We know adding a "Type R" sticker to our car doesn't really give it +15 HP.

...but plastering the computer case with intel/amd/nvidia/linux/31337/etc stickers will sure as hell give it at least a 500MHz boost [Big Grin]
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quote:
Originally posted by BronzeG3:

57: We know adding a "Type R" sticker to our car doesn't really give it +15 HP.

You just officially became my hero for today.
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quote:
Originally posted by BronzeG3:
quote:
Originally posted by Ramen:
58: Sex by the light of the monitor beats the hell out of candlelight.

safer too, don't wanna burn down the house....or do you?

57: We know adding a "Type R" sticker to our car doesn't really give it +15 HP.

No, the sticker is only good for +5, it's the stripe down the side that gives +15.

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56. Nimble typing fingers always come in handy...

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quote:
Originally posted by drunkennewfiemidget:
quote:
Originally posted by BronzeG3:

57: We know adding a "Type R" sticker to our car doesn't really give it +15 HP.

You just officially became my hero for today.
Me too!

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quote:
Originally posted by The Famous Druid:
quote:
Originally posted by BronzeG3:
quote:
Originally posted by Ramen:
58: Sex by the light of the monitor beats the hell out of candlelight.

safer too, don't wanna burn down the house....or do you?

57: We know adding a "Type R" sticker to our car doesn't really give it +15 HP.

No, the sticker is only good for +5, it's the stripe down the side that gives +15.
I want that on a bumper sticker...
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55. There is nothing sexier than being able to correctly quote a formula (math, physics, chemistry...ect...) OH! that could get me hot and bothered anyday.
54. They get so into their games, as long as they don't forget me, it's kinda cute
53. They can express their feelings better; or use big words to get around it.

Nerds are so freaking hot [Wink]

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Hmm, personally, I think there's nothing sexier than a girl who can spell abbreviations, acronyms, and contractions correctly. [Wink]

Formulae, eh?
∀L: regular ∃n∈ℕ:∀z∈L |z|≥n: ∃uvw∈∑*: [z=uvw ∧ |uv|≤=n ∧ |v|≥1 ∧ ∀i∈ℕ:uvⁱw∈L]

/me breaks a sweat after putting all that in with Unicode...

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