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668 clicks; posted to Main » on 14 Dec 2000 at 12:05 AM (17 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2000-12-14 03:59:14 AM  
This could explain why most of it sucks so bad.
 
2000-12-14 06:00:05 AM  
Thats what we WANT them to think (erm, that is, we want them to think its not ruled by geeks, not that it sucks).
 
2000-12-14 08:29:48 AM  
But thank god Fark still is...
 
2000-12-14 10:21:42 AM  
it still and always is gonna be ruled by geeks, even if 99% of people on the net are newbies
 
2000-12-14 10:21:42 AM  
it still and always is gonna be ruled by geeks, even if 99% of people on the net are newbies
 
JW
2000-12-14 10:37:40 AM  
Dancing Jesus ... if there''s a better use for the Internet, I don''t know what it is.

- Homer
 
2000-12-14 02:39:52 PM  
"Are you looking at naked woman Seymour" "Of course not mother" "Pansy" - Skinner/Agnus
 
2000-12-14 06:15:05 PM  
Hello all - I have been lurking these comment boards for a couple of months and decided I''d like to put my 2¢ in on these conversations - some of them are quite enjoyable!

Yeah, geeks will never be the majority on the net anymore, but we will definitely be the dominant force.

Chilly Willie''s GEEK resumé:
Apple II
Atari 2600
Atari 800
Basic
IBM PC AT (the one with the 20MB HD)
Turbo Pascal
IBM PC jr
Macintosh
MacWrite MacDraw
Windows 2.0 - oh how NEAT!
----warp to the present---
Windows 98 SE
VB
Cable Modem
Counter Strike - screen name C H U N K S
Day job: Instructor for MS and Adobe apps.

Wears glasses (doesn''t everyone?)
 
2000-12-15 08:34:16 AM  
Ummmm.... Can''t even comment.
 
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