Saturday, September 11

Y'all don't remember me

But I used to post here.

Oh, and wouldn't you know it. Directly after I said I like the Georgia font, they gid rid of it. *sigh* *digs up HTML tags*

Ok, Yaay.

I met up with Maddie at the Good Life tonight. Quite fun actually, all we did was walk around downtown, make fun of people, and harass Matt. Well, I suppose the last bit could be considered making fun of people, but Matt is special, so he'll get his own little section of the sentence.

Megan and Rob were also supposed to be there, but Megan was apparently grounded for staying up too late talking to Holden, and Rob is too busy "Chillin' At The Lake ;)"

My Geek Code:

-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
Version: 3.1
GCS/E/L/M/S d? s:- a--- C++>C++++ L+>L+++ W+++ w+>w--- !M>M++ PS+++(--) PE t X tv>!tv B++++ DI++ D---- G+ e->e*>e+++++ h!>h r%(--) y-
-----END GEEK CODE BLOCK-----

3 Comments:

Blogger Mark said...

Your geek code is FUBARed, you skipped half the categories, then in the few you listed you listed incorrectly or over rated yourself. Dumbass

September 12, 2004 at 3:22 PM  
Blogger Ivan said...

Why bother putting (whatever the symbol was for "not applicable") when you could just leave it blank and let the person assume.

And yes, I'm a geek of computers, science, math, and literature. And just because I'm not an engineer doesn't mean I'm not interested or not currently learning about.

Shape/size is correct.
Oh boo hoo. I'll be 15 in 2 weeks. I premptively don't feel like changing it, so I said I was 15. Sue me.

"C++ = Computers are a large part of my existence. When I get up in the morning, the first thing I do is log myself in."E-V-E-R-Y morning.

L+, yes, I run knoppix upstairs on my AMD K6 a lot. More so than the Win98 that's on the harddrive. and yes, I do want to become L++++. I'm currently investigating learning C++ and how to wonder around the bash prompt.

I'm between W++ and W+++, so sue me for putting that. So terribly sorry.

And who're you to say that I don't want to master the Mac? Would you rathe me M+?

And I suppose you know more about my political views than I do? I don't remember seeing an anarchy option.

I don't like tv. So naturally it will be one of the last things to furnish my house when I buy one.

If I regurlarly visited three states, I would have library cards for them. Currently I have one for NW, one for Forsyth, and one for some place down at the beach. I do read the equivalent of a book a day, but my books are mostly 600-1400 pages.

Work/"attend school with" what's the difference.

Pong rocks.

Education is correct.

I'm 14, of course I live with my parents. And indeed I want to have a place that "h" encompasses.

And, no Meg wasn't an asshole, it was just the only option for "recently single"

y- / y-- <--doesn't really matter.


So, any more nitpicking bullshit to spew?

Oh, and a question: This blog's been inactive for a month, then I recently start back, but didn't tell anyone. Why the hell are you here?

September 12, 2004 at 3:49 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

Compliance for one, make it complete for another. You blew past the UL options. Besides the code builds in the fact that not all items can be catagorized, ie K(kibo) Just put K-, !K, or K? And in case you didn't notice, you own code contradicts itself. For a self proclaimed anarchist, you put down PS+++ (the anarchy option) then went into conservative mode with a PS--. You're BSing yourself one way or the other. Another example? Based on what you've said about it your G rating should be a plain G, or G-. There are a couple more that tie into your over inflated ego as well, like W .

And there are ways you could have listed it better, ie your Education probably would have been better expressed as e-(*)>+++++ Mr. Hawking ::)

Oh, and a question: This blog's been inactive for a month, then I recently start back, but didn't tell anyone. Why the hell are you here?Site subscriptions. Browser auto checks the site for updates at regular intervals. :P 'sides you probably did a similar deal when I worked at CRK over the summer

September 12, 2004 at 11:19 PM  

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