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quakegal
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Icon 12 posted June 09, 2002 17:29      Profile for quakegal     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I'm 33, I live in MN and I'm seeking a computer geek. I'm into guys who code, like linux, unix and have server rooms. I have a weird obsession with geeks now and I never used to dig them, but I've switched over to the other side. Not big into internet matches, but thought I'd give it a try
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uilleann
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Icon 1 posted June 12, 2002 03:53            Edit/Delete Post 
If your eyes lit up at the sight of a response, then you will probably be somewhat disappointed by this reply.

However, I just felt it rather sad that you'd not had a single response, which is a pity really.

I feel too young for you at "only" 21, I live about 4000 miles away, and have a bedroom full of old Macs and 80s microcomputers, not UNIX servers, so I most likely wouldn't count anyway.

However, given the shortage of female geeks, I am surprised that no-one took notice, unless they've all sent e-mails to you instead.

So, where are all the single male US geeks out there? GameMaster, I think this calls for some of your motivational tactics here! Hup hup... =)

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N9IWP
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Icon 1 posted June 12, 2002 04:21      Profile for N9IWP     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I didnt see the original post. I'm 36 and in Minnesota. (see below)
I do have a computer room, is that close enough? If you include ones in boxes and the one I designed and wirewrapped I have 5 in the room.
I code for a living.

I am onl;y barely in MN tho, just across the river from LaCrosse. I'm guessing you are near the twin cities, which is ~100 miles from here.

Brian


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quantumfluff
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Icon 1 posted June 12, 2002 05:49      Profile for quantumfluff     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I code for a living, have been using unix since 1978 and have a server room in a storage area next to my home office. But..., I live in NY and have been married since the 80's. I'm not looking to mess that up. You'll find someone.
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curlysimon
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Icon 1 posted June 12, 2002 09:54      Profile for curlysimon   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Welcome to the dark side. Dark room at least. Easier to code in the dark as the focus is completely in front of you...
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mephisto

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Icon 1 posted June 12, 2002 10:48      Profile for mephisto     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Go look for Tau, god knows he needs a mate. He should be around here in the forums somewhere, either way eventually you will bump into him.

Well, welcome to the fora and hope you have a nice stay.


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macadddikt18
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Icon 1 posted June 14, 2002 08:24      Profile for macadddikt18   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
what ever happened to Tau? he posts here and there i see. did he get abducted by aliens or something. at any rate, as of this post, i officially have caught tau. oh well, wasn't that exciting anyway.
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ZorroTheFox
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Icon 1 posted June 15, 2002 07:26      Profile for ZorroTheFox   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by macadddikt18:
what ever happened to Tau? he posts here and there i see. did he get abducted by aliens or something. at any rate, as of this post, i officially have caught tau. oh well, wasn't that exciting anyway.
nayt


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Icon 1 posted June 21, 2002 07:39      Profile for Alien Investor     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Hello quakegal,

I'm 39, single, male, live in New York City, have code in the Linux kernel, don't have a server room but am planning to set up a home cluster this year, and so on.

Why don't you post a little more on some other threads so that people can get to know you?


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maxomai
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Icon 14 posted June 21, 2002 09:19      Profile for maxomai   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by quakegal:
I'm 33, I live in MN and I'm seeking a computer geek. I'm into guys who code, like linux, unix and have server rooms. I have a weird obsession with geeks now and I never used to dig them, but I've switched over to the other side. Not big into internet matches, but thought I'd give it a try

I'm a little curious what you find attractive about these guys .

Myself, I'm 29, have a Linux box, code for Linux at home, code for AS/400s at work. That makes me both a UNIX programmer and a mainframe programmer (and a young one at that). I don't have a huge server room, just one rocking workstation and one old but effective server. I also live on the West Coast.

You could probably kick my ass at Quake.


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mephisto

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Icon 1 posted June 21, 2002 09:39      Profile for mephisto     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by maxomai:
I'm a little curious what you find attractive about these guys .

Myself, I'm 29, have a Linux box, code for Linux at home, code for AS/400s at work. That makes me both a UNIX programmer [b]and a mainframe programmer (and a young one at that).[/B]


Not the youngest though:
me = 21, code for freebsd at work, and used to code on as/400'2 at 19..... not perfectly but good enough to get hired and stay that way


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