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yet another geek test :D

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  1. pissedoffsol

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    damn... im not that bad afterall
     
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    I outgeek you all... :)

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    aaarrrrggg!!!!! i'm not a geek. 2.76134% - Poser. i don't even know what half of that shit is. but i do want a light saber. :lol:
     
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    Airjockie Watanabe Whore!!!

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    Gawd help me....

    I can't wait to see Celerities score :unsure:
     
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    B, you definitely cheated.


    edit: has anyone actually dressed up as a movie character to go see a movie? i thoght it would be great to put on a mask and run into Texas Chainsaw Massacre revving a chainsaw...

    haven't done it yet thogh.
     
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    Behold my Glory !

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    The Odd / Even rule applies to Star Wars, not Star Trek. Odd numbered ones are won by good guys, even numbered ones setup a defeat for the next odd numbered series. This includes books.

    I know Octal and Hexadecimal, although I don't waste my time with them.
    a computer at home with no cover on it
    designed a robot
    built a robot
    built a go-cart
    built a computer
    built my own network of computers

    Seriously done.

    only black t-shirts
    ugly or vintage clothing
    as little brand name clothing as possible <--- Have witnesses

    Lots of this stuff is meant for people over 26, at least. We like to think that movies like Tron and Neverending story were groundbreaking cult classics - But of course, They are only in our minds.

    -> Steve
     
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    Airjockie Watanabe Whore!!!

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    :lol: So now I can honestly say...your a Geek...hehe
     
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    :p

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    I'm still holding 3rd place in geekiness! :)
     
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    B cheated. B definitely cheated.
     
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    Yeah, all that stuff applies mostly to us older guys. ;) Although you are older than me! :lol:

    The odd/even rule for Star Trek is that all the even numbered movies are good, and the odd numbered ones blow....

    Example- Star Trek V and the dumb ass adventure to the center of the galaxy to meet someone who tried to convince everyone that he was God. The original "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" really sucked too. Veger? C'mon.

    I = original, sucked
    II = Khan, one of the best
    III = Search for Spock, sucked- let's watch Nimoy grow up from a little boy woo!
    IV = Journey Home, pretty cool- but still a little too "green"... fitting for the 80s though
    V = ?, name wasn't worth remebering
    VI = Forgotten Country (?), pretty cool, lots of people die, and the FX were badass
    VII = Generations, shoulda treated Kirk differently
    VIII = First Contact, playing with Borg = awesome
    IX = Insurrection, heard it sucked
    X = huh?
     
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    Oh boy Calesta, I can easily see this turning into a geek battle right here !

    Did you write your own plain sentence parser ? Got BASICA? Remember when Turbo was the upgrade? (Turbo Pascal, Turbo C) Have you tried to hollow out an Atari joystick for a shiftknob? Do you use Trackball exclusively ? Ever written your own OpenGL driver so you could use your SpaceOrb to play Quake 2?

    I can now type 83wpm including backspaces. I have forgotten about right clicking, because I keystrokes are the way to go. With a quick Ctrl-R -> CMD I can navigate a computer file system far better.



    This stuff is fun.


    -> Steve

    As a note, I'm trying to revert my life back to 1989. Lemme know if any of you guys have a Vectrex you wanna sell :)
     
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    i love star trek
     
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