Click to visit our sponsors!

homeGeek CultureWebstoreeCards!Forums!Joy of Tech!AY2K!webcam

  The Geek Culture Forums
  Looking for Love
  alone too long... (Page 1)

Post New Topic  Post A Reply
profile | register | preferences | faq | search

UBBFriend: Email This Page to Someone!
This topic is 2 pages long:   1  2 
next newest topic | next oldest topic
Author Topic:   alone too long...
stareintome
Newbie

Posts: 5
From: East Brunswick, NJ 08816-2714
Registered: Jan 2002

posted January 08, 2002 07:51     Click Here to See the Profile for stareintome   Click Here to Email stareintome     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I've been looking for a companion very unsuccessfully. I figured I'd come here since I love my Mac, and I'd like someone to share it with. I'm 18, live in NJ, and am a male searching for a female. If you're curious as to what I look like, I've got my picture here. Please read my website (www.stareintome.com) and gain some insight as to what I'm like, everything there is a look inside me. Drop me an email if you're interested, or IM me (my screenname's stare into me). Give me (and slipstream, my iBook) a chance. I'm sure you won't regret finding me.

------------------
ds
[email protected]
http://www.stareintome.com/

have to believe in a world outside my own mind. I have to believe that my actions still have meaning. I have to believe that, when I close my eyes, the world's still here."
--Guy Pearce as Leonard Shelby, Memento

IP: Logged

Tau Zero
BlabberMouth, the Next Generation.

Posts: 1747
From:
Registered: Jan 2000

posted January 08, 2002 10:25     Click Here to See the Profile for Tau Zero     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
If you're only 18, it's hard to believe that you know what "alone too long" really means.

IP: Logged

stareintome
Newbie

Posts: 5
From: East Brunswick, NJ 08816-2714
Registered: Jan 2002

posted January 08, 2002 11:28     Click Here to See the Profile for stareintome   Click Here to Email stareintome     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
No need for deriding comments, is there? I've been through a lot lately.

------------------
ds
[email protected]
http://www.stareintome.com/

have to believe in a world outside my own mind. I have to believe that my actions still have meaning. I have to believe that, when I close my eyes, the world's still here."
--Guy Pearce as Leonard Shelby, Memento

IP: Logged

EddieKatz
Geek Apprentice

Posts: 47
From: Pittsburgh, PA
Registered: Nov 2001

posted January 08, 2002 14:04     Click Here to See the Profile for EddieKatz     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Honey, just give it some time. Tao Zero is right, you are very young. I thought I knew it all at 18, and it's a pity that you don't realize that you don't until after you could have benefited from knowing that. You'll find the right girl, but you sound so sad, it makes me want to give you some chicken soup and promise you life will get better. The best advice (from a girl who's survived being lonely at 18) is to really try to enjoy the other parts of your life. And try to be social. You'll never meet people if you never leave your computer. Though we're a charming group here, most of us don't live on the internet. Just hang in there, you'll be alright.

IP: Logged

ZorroTheFox
BlabberMouth, the Next Generation.

Posts: 1812
From: Milton, WA, USA
Registered: Oct 2001

posted January 08, 2002 15:20     Click Here to See the Profile for ZorroTheFox   Click Here to Email ZorroTheFox     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
wow, 18 is too long? I am 28, that must be an eternity. I have a single friend in his 40's, I can't imagine how long that must be. Now I am missing My youth, and I feel like something has been taken from Me. I would type more but I can no longer see as the pain has become too intense. Wait a minute, I do have someone. I totally forgot about My '68 Barracuda. I feel much better know. Sometime I forget My priorities. I hope you have better luck than I did with humans........Z

IP: Logged

Akira
Super Geek

Posts: 208
From: LA LA land
Registered: Oct 2001

posted January 18, 2002 14:51     Click Here to See the Profile for Akira   Click Here to Email Akira     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I can sympathize with this guy, actually. I was of legal drinking age until my first real girlfriend. It's unbelievably not fun.

------------------
I am Dyslexic of Borg.
Prepare to have your ass laminated.

IP: Logged

stareintome
Newbie

Posts: 5
From: East Brunswick, NJ 08816-2714
Registered: Jan 2002

posted January 19, 2002 18:24     Click Here to See the Profile for stareintome   Click Here to Email stareintome     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Finally, someone posting something other than a criticism of my topic. Perhaps there is a hint of sanity still left.

------------------
ds
[email protected]
http://www.stareintome.com/

have to believe in a world outside my own mind. I have to believe that my actions still have meaning. I have to believe that, when I close my eyes, the world's still here."
--Guy Pearce as Leonard Shelby, Memento

IP: Logged

macadddikt18
BlabberMouth, the Next Generation.

Posts: 1792
From: In a world beyond your understanding
Registered: Jan 2002

posted January 21, 2002 16:32     Click Here to See the Profile for macadddikt18   Click Here to Email macadddikt18     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I do feel sorry for the guy. But seems like there is more to life than a girl, or a guy. I mean if you think i girl will bring you happyness, then for all it's worth, i am all for that. But from my experence a girl is not going to bring you happyness. Happyness is not found in relationships. but in yourself. Humm. Maybe i am a bit off. but that is just what i have seen.
Nayt

------------------
Through out your life
you will wonder who
THEY are. Then you
find out who THEY
really are. From then
on you live you life in
fear of THEM and you
wish you never knew
who THEY were.

IP: Logged

Xanthine
Highlie

Posts: 788
From: the lab
Registered: Mar 2001

posted January 21, 2002 19:14     Click Here to See the Profile for Xanthine     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Dude, I was in your shoes. Then I went to college. Three weeks after my arrival on campus I was in a steady relationship. 22 months later I was alone again, and I actually prefer being single (but that may not last).
I understand where you're coming from - I felt the same way at the time. You can't appreciate being single until you've been through a break-up I guess.
A relationship can be a very joyful uplifting thing. If it lasts, great. But if it doesn't, the down can be devastating. I was nearly suicidal before mine ended. The guy did me a favor when he dumped me.
Be patient. I know it seems like it sucks, but the time will come.

------------------
Take by surprise and the world gives up resistance.
- Tennesee Williams

IP: Logged

stareintome
Newbie

Posts: 5
From: East Brunswick, NJ 08816-2714
Registered: Jan 2002

posted January 22, 2002 11:49     Click Here to See the Profile for stareintome   Click Here to Email stareintome     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
OK, might as well throw this out there. I am actually in college right now (I'm on my second quarter). My luck with relationships has been probably the worst I've ever even heard about. My previous ex cheated on my 16 times in 2 hours (I didn't think it was physically possible either, but she confirms this number). To this day she regrets her actions, and has been pleading with me to get back together. This won't happen. She and I are far too different, I'm even surprised it lasted the few months that it did. Before her, there was a girl who, one night, tried to kill me. No exaggeration. Now what I'm telling you is no plea for sympathy, I'm just trying to expediate that, despite my age, my life experience may be more extensive than you think. I'm not asking for pity, I came here in hopes of, perhaps, meeting someone.

------------------
ds
[email protected]
http://www.stareintome.com/

have to believe in a world outside my own mind. I have to believe that my actions still have meaning. I have to believe that, when I close my eyes, the world's still here."
--Guy Pearce as Leonard Shelby, Memento

IP: Logged

macadddikt18
BlabberMouth, the Next Generation.

Posts: 1792
From: In a world beyond your understanding
Registered: Jan 2002

posted January 22, 2002 14:30     Click Here to See the Profile for macadddikt18   Click Here to Email macadddikt18     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Oh man, that had to suck, 16 times in 2 hours. i would have hit her on the head with a frying pan. I feel sory for both you guys though. i still stick to the fact that happyness is not found in a realtionship with someone of the other sex. It is found inside. To me there is joy that i am single, and i am glad i don't have to worry about taking care of a relationship right now. I will deal with that when i am out of college in about 5 years. Untill then the happyness i have allready is all i need to go on.
Nayt

IP: Logged

Tau Zero
BlabberMouth, the Next Generation.

Posts: 1747
From:
Registered: Jan 2000

posted January 23, 2002 14:11     Click Here to See the Profile for Tau Zero     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Sixteen times in two hours is a gang-bang.  You are right, no girl in her right mind is going to do such a thing voluntarily.  Besides, there's no knowing what she caught that night.  You are better off without her.

As for what she needs, she doesn't need a boyfriend.  She needs counselling.

IP: Logged

Raptorgirl
Super Geek

Posts: 120
From:
Registered: Oct 2001

posted January 25, 2002 15:55     Click Here to See the Profile for Raptorgirl     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Give it time. From junior high to the present, I've attracted psycho stalker Mama's boys. Most of them have dropped away by now, although a couple still linger in the background and send me flirtatious AIMs. But I've found someone decent and non-stalkery at the moment, and I'm happy.

You're a good-looking guy, if I may say so. Don't be in such a rush, especially at your age.

IP: Logged

codelphi
Newbie

Posts: 6
From: Salem, OR, USA
Registered: Feb 2002

posted February 03, 2002 02:42     Click Here to See the Profile for codelphi   Click Here to Email codelphi     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
The main thing to realize is that a relationship with anyone whether male or female is simply a way of enjoying the things you have in common and providing a means for release of the problems you feel from both sides of the relationship. Although a romantic relationship is always nice, what you may need is simply a good friend who shares your same views to help you deal with your problems on a day to day basis. I too, have been in similiar situations and have found that understanding friends are immensly valuable.

Also realize that although everyone likes to believe that there is a perfect match for them out there, finding them is extremely difficult. What may be the solution for you is to simply define what you value most and try to find the similiar qualities in others. In this way you will have better chances in finding a compatable mate and hopefully find what you are looking for.

IP: Logged

macadddikt18
BlabberMouth, the Next Generation.

Posts: 1792
From: In a world beyond your understanding
Registered: Jan 2002

posted February 03, 2002 10:16     Click Here to See the Profile for macadddikt18   Click Here to Email macadddikt18     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
it is hard to have that romantic relationship without that freindship there first. A romantic relationship is not much more than a friendship. So my advise is just stick with finding a good friend.
Nayt

------------------
Through out your life you will wonder who THEY are. Then you find out who THEY really are. From then on you live you life in fear of THEM and you wish you never knew who THEY were.

IP: Logged

dragonman97
Assimilated

Posts: 381
From: Westchester County, New York
Registered: May 2001

posted February 03, 2002 14:44     Click Here to See the Profile for dragonman97   Click Here to Email dragonman97     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Damn, I feel for you. That is plain sick of her. On the loneliness thing, I hear you. I'm a lonely college sophomore myself, but I'm still hopeful, and my friend says she's going to try to find someone for me, as she knows how shy I can be. I might just find someone decent myself though. Just persevere, and never lose hope. And don't overanalyze things, that's probably something geeks like myself do, until they realize that they wasted precious time, the opportunity is gone.

All that said, I may as well stoop so far as to ask - any ~20 year old geek chicks in the Westchester area in NY?

IP: Logged

rednecklinux
Geek Larva

Posts: 21
From: the darkside of the south
Registered: Feb 2002

posted February 06, 2002 08:56     Click Here to See the Profile for rednecklinux     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Speaking as one of the older geeks here (age, not replies), all I can tell you is that if you spend your whole life looking to find happiness in other people then you will have a long search. Be proud of yourself and others will notice you. True happiness must come from within, find joy in the things you do and the people you spend time with. Not the greatest advice, I know, but give it time. Be happy in who you are and you should attract the right woman for YOU!

------------------
After the Rapture....the party begins!

IP: Logged

seraphim
Geek-in-Training

Posts: 31
From: sental star galaxy
Registered: Feb 2002

posted February 06, 2002 22:16     Click Here to See the Profile for seraphim     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by stareintome:
Finally, someone posting something other than a criticism of my topic. Perhaps there is a hint of sanity still left.



hey, son't be so down, your cute! I'm a few years older than you, but i hope it makes you feel good. being alone is hard, especially when you have hard times in your life, I understand that well. but take some of the others' advice. a good place for you to meet like minded girls would be mac conventions. good luck!!!

------------------
she's lost in coma where it's beautiful, dreaming in digital

IP: Logged

dragon34
Mini-Geek

Posts: 57
From: Southwestern Connecticut
Registered: Nov 2001

posted February 07, 2002 04:48     Click Here to See the Profile for dragon34   Click Here to Email dragon34     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
dragonman97.. it all depends on what you consider "in the westchester area" I'm about 70 miles from westchester according to mapquest. So if there is little traffic and people are going as fast as they usually are on the merritt: an hour or so.

IP: Logged

annie
Alpha Geek

Posts: 334
From: somewhere in Canada
Registered: Sep 2001

posted February 07, 2002 06:24     Click Here to See the Profile for annie   Click Here to Email annie     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by EddieKatz:
Honey, just give it some time. Tao Zero is right, you are very young. I thought I knew it all at 18, and it's a pity that you don't realize that you don't until after you could have benefited from knowing that. You'll find the right girl, but you sound so sad, it makes me want to give you some chicken soup and promise you life will get better. The best advice (from a girl who's survived being lonely at 18) is to really try to enjoy the other parts of your life. And try to be social. You'll never meet people if you never leave your computer. Though we're a charming group here, most of us don't live on the internet. Just hang in there, you'll be alright.

You know what the problem with "older" people is sometimes? (20 yr old speaking here) They think they know everything and they forget what it's like to be young. I believe you can feel just as lonely at 18 as you can at 40. And yes you will survive, even if you're single (everybody knows that), but most people don't just want to "survive". They want a little more from life. And feeling lonely sucks (regardless how old you are).
Not to mention "too long" is a relative term. Who is anybody to judge what is "too long" for someone else?

------------------
Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.

IP: Logged

stareintome
Newbie

Posts: 5
From: East Brunswick, NJ 08816-2714
Registered: Jan 2002

posted February 07, 2002 07:41     Click Here to See the Profile for stareintome   Click Here to Email stareintome     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I'm glad someone agrees with me. On another note, though, I might have found someone. Like them all, the situation is strange, but I'll keep you all posted. When I can, I'll update my website (www.stareintome.com) and let everyone know what's going on. I'm still always open to new friends, especially Mac people (it's kind of empty in NJ, at least central NJ).

Until then, it's me, signing off.

------------------
ds
[email protected]
http://www.stareintome.com/

have to believe in a world outside my own mind. I have to believe that my actions still have meaning. I have to believe that, when I close my eyes, the world's still here."
--Guy Pearce as Leonard Shelby, Memento

IP: Logged

Oldguy geek
Alpha Geek

Posts: 310
From: Blacksburg, Va., USA
Registered: Nov 2000

posted February 07, 2002 07:48     Click Here to See the Profile for Oldguy geek     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by annie:
You know what the problem with "older" people is sometimes? (20 yr old speaking here) They think they know everything and they forget what it's like to be young. I believe you can feel just as lonely at 18 as you can at 40.

You may have a fair point, though I *do* remember what it was like when I was 17 or 18. I don't much like reliving the memories of those times because, although parts were pretty good, other parts sucked. And, no, I don't think I know everything. I do think I have figured a few things out in that past 30 or so years. Some of those things I would not have believed when I was 18, so I generally try to keep quiet about those.

IP: Logged

Tau Zero
BlabberMouth, the Next Generation.

Posts: 1747
From:
Registered: Jan 2000

posted February 07, 2002 15:55     Click Here to See the Profile for Tau Zero     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by annie:
I believe you can feel just as lonely at 18 as you can at 40.... And feeling lonely sucks (regardless how old you are).

Actually, it sucks more when you're younger because you don't have any experience with getting through it.  Lonely is one thing, desperate and losing your grip on sanity because you can't see how you'll make it is much worse.

Experience is a great teacher.  Unfortunately, it kills all of its students.

IP: Logged

dragonman97
Assimilated

Posts: 381
From: Westchester County, New York
Registered: May 2001

posted April 06, 2002 16:40     Click Here to See the Profile for dragonman97   Click Here to Email dragonman97     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by dragon34:
dragonman97.. it all depends on what you consider "in the westchester area" I'm about 70 miles from westchester according to mapquest. So if there is little traffic and people are going as fast as they usually are on the merritt: an hour or so.


Ah, the other dragon whom I have noticed before, with an apparent close proximity. I work in Purchase, NY, 15 minutes from Greenwich. Where I live will remain a mystery, as least publicly.

IP: Logged

snupy
Highlie

Posts: 729
From: Chicago
Registered: Mar 2002

posted April 06, 2002 19:44     Click Here to See the Profile for snupy   Click Here to Email snupy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by ZorroTheFox:
wow, 18 is too long? I am 28, that must be an eternity. I have a single friend in his 40's, I can't imagine how long that must be. Now I am missing My youth, and I feel like something has been taken from Me. I would type more but I can no longer see as the pain has become too intense. Wait a minute, I do have someone. I totally forgot about My '68 Barracuda. I feel much better know. Sometime I forget My priorities. I hope you have better luck than I did with humans........Z

Oh, my god, Zorro-you're only 28?????I can't believe that. All that cynicism takes decades to perfect-I'm in awe. i hope this site still exists when you find a woman who will rock your world so we can all celebrate life with you.

IP: Logged

stare
Newbie

Posts: 6
From: East Brunswick, NJ 08816-2714
Registered: Jan 2002

posted April 07, 2002 06:20     Click Here to See the Profile for stare   Click Here to Email stare     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Funny, I'm the most cynical person I know, and I haven't gotten much older than I was in my first post.

ds
[email protected]

IP: Logged

ZorroTheFox
BlabberMouth, the Next Generation.

Posts: 1812
From: Milton, WA, USA
Registered: Oct 2001

posted April 07, 2002 08:48     Click Here to See the Profile for ZorroTheFox   Click Here to Email ZorroTheFox     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by snupy:
Oh, my god, Zorro-you're only 28?????I can't believe that. All that cynicism takes decades to perfect-I'm in awe. i hope this site still exists when you find a woman who will rock your world so we can all celebrate life with you.

I'm sure the site will be around, I just hope I have the energy left to visit. There is a possibility I could be too tied up the relationship, though I am bound to show up again from time to time. I might even throw a costume party just for the occasion, though I might have to put an age limit on the people who show up. I have a feeling that some people might not come dressed for the occasion >;o) ...........Z

IP: Logged

snupy
Highlie

Posts: 729
From: Chicago
Registered: Mar 2002

posted April 07, 2002 10:32     Click Here to See the Profile for snupy   Click Here to Email snupy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by ZorroTheFox:
I'm sure the site will be around, I just hope I have the energy left to visit. There is a possibility I could be too tied up the relationship, though I am bound to show up again from time to time. I might even throw a costume party just for the occasion, though I might have to put an age limit on the people who show up. I have a feeling that some people might not come dressed for the occasion >;o) ...........Z


Didn't we cover being bound and tied up in another thread.....anyway, glad to see you haven't given up hope there, Zorro. I'm up for a costume party!

IP: Logged

ZorroTheFox
BlabberMouth, the Next Generation.

Posts: 1812
From: Milton, WA, USA
Registered: Oct 2001

posted April 08, 2002 17:49     Click Here to See the Profile for ZorroTheFox   Click Here to Email ZorroTheFox     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by snupy:
Didn't we cover being bound and tied up in another thread.....anyway, glad to see you haven't given up hope there, Zorro. I'm up for a costume party!

yeah, I think the bondage thing was pretty well beaten up in a previous thread. It is always fun go back through the ropes once in a while though for all the newbies. I will be going to a fun event this summer. There will be plenty of costumes there and hopefully some single girls will show up this year. At the very least I hope to get some good leads like I did last year. For those who enjoy a little S&M with their camping feel free to check this out http://www.triskeli.org/itw2002/ and be sure to read the warning page. We don't need any kids wandering in and being scarred for life >;o) ............Z

IP: Logged

snupy
Highlie

Posts: 729
From: Chicago
Registered: Mar 2002

posted April 08, 2002 19:02     Click Here to See the Profile for snupy   Click Here to Email snupy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by ZorroTheFox:
yeah, I think the bondage thing was pretty well beaten up in a previous thread. It is always fun go back through the ropes once in a while though for all the newbies. I will be going to a fun event this summer. There will be plenty of costumes there and hopefully some single girls will show up this year. At the very least I hope to get some good leads like I did last year. For those who enjoy a little S&M with their camping feel free to check this out http://www.triskeli.org/itw2002/ and be sure to read the warning page. We don't need any kids wandering in and being scarred for life >;o) ............Z
Oh, god,I'm so stupid-I thought you meant a regular costume party. No wonder Spungo's not speaking to me.

IP: Logged

spungo
Highlie

Posts: 652
From: Hell's toilet
Registered: Jan 2002

posted April 09, 2002 03:55     Click Here to See the Profile for spungo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Ah, I forgive you, Snupy! Give me a kiss in front of all these folks here and I'll never mention it again.

------------------
"Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so."

IP: Logged

snupy
Highlie

Posts: 729
From: Chicago
Registered: Mar 2002

posted April 09, 2002 18:14     Click Here to See the Profile for snupy   Click Here to Email snupy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by spungo:
Ah, I forgive you, Snupy! Give me a kiss in front of all these folks here and I'll never mention it again.


xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

IP: Logged

ZorroTheFox
BlabberMouth, the Next Generation.

Posts: 1812
From: Milton, WA, USA
Registered: Oct 2001

posted April 09, 2002 18:35     Click Here to See the Profile for ZorroTheFox   Click Here to Email ZorroTheFox     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
spungo can be invited too, there's always room for more at My parties >;o) ...............Z

IP: Logged

snupy
Highlie

Posts: 729
From: Chicago
Registered: Mar 2002

posted April 09, 2002 19:23     Click Here to See the Profile for snupy   Click Here to Email snupy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by ZorroTheFox:
spungo can be invited too, there's always room for more at My parties >;o) ...............Z

Spungo, I'm scared.

IP: Logged

spungo
Highlie

Posts: 652
From: Hell's toilet
Registered: Jan 2002

posted April 10, 2002 03:26     Click Here to See the Profile for spungo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by snupy:
Spungo, I'm scared.

Nah, don't worry - it'll be fun. Just remember to keep the car keys handy!

------------------
"Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so."

IP: Logged

Stormtalon
Geek Apprentice

Posts: 42
From: Minnesota
Registered: Feb 2002

posted April 10, 2002 14:36     Click Here to See the Profile for Stormtalon     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Well, there you have it. The growing suspicions I've had are true.

Zorro's life story IS told in musical form by the album "Sexplosion" from My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult....

Stormtalon

------------------
Those who are easily offended should be.

And often.

IP: Logged

ZorroTheFox
BlabberMouth, the Next Generation.

Posts: 1812
From: Milton, WA, USA
Registered: Oct 2001

posted April 10, 2002 18:41     Click Here to See the Profile for ZorroTheFox   Click Here to Email ZorroTheFox     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
oh great, does this mean I have to listen to a theme song every time I enter a room >;o) .............Z

IP: Logged

TheAnnoyedCockroach
Highlie

Posts: 689
From: Confusion (I've moved)
Registered: Feb 2002

posted April 10, 2002 19:28     Click Here to See the Profile for TheAnnoyedCockroach   Click Here to Email TheAnnoyedCockroach     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
You get used to the theme song rather quickly, Zorro. It'll actually start to amuse you after a while.

------------------
If you flip a coin a thousand times, how many times would it end up heads?

IP: Logged

erp
Geek Larva

Posts: 26
From: Miami, FL USA
Registered: Dec 2000

posted April 11, 2002 08:08     Click Here to See the Profile for erp   Click Here to Email erp     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
staremeister, the time will come...


.....one day, you'll be crankin' some most rockinist emo on your stereo, after just having spent a long night completely overhauling your website, and she will appear. You won't notice her at first. You'll pass right by her, thinking of how the world is shot and it'll never happen.........But then glare reflected off the Apple logo luggage tag hanging from her Willow Designs backpack (which by the way is hiding a nice TiBook) will catch your eye. And there, behind those dorky glasses, grasping one of her trusty programming books with both arms, will be the perfect geek goddess. And you'll walk up to her, introduce yourself, and the rest is happily ever after.....


oh wait, that's my dream. well, you can borrow it for the time being. but i want it back.

IP: Logged

stare
Newbie

Posts: 6
From: East Brunswick, NJ 08816-2714
Registered: Jan 2002

posted April 11, 2002 08:43     Click Here to See the Profile for stare   Click Here to Email stare     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Sounds like the girls I met at MWNY last year. I hope they show up again, I've got a new iBook to show them.

ds
[email protected]
--
"I'm not immune to despondency / there's no way"
--Bad Religion, The Defense

IP: Logged


This topic is 2 pages long:   1  2 

All times are Pacific Time

next newest topic | next oldest topic

Administrative Options: Close Topic | Archive/Move | Delete Topic
Post New Topic  Post A Reply
Hop to:

Contact Us | Geek Culture Home Page

© 2002 Geek Culture® All Rights Reserved.

Powered by Infopop www.infopop.com © 2000
Ultimate Bulletin Board 5.47e

homeGeek CultureWebstoreeCards!Forums!Joy of Tech!AY2K!webcam