Discussion in 'General' started by <A88>, 7 Oct 2004.
when you've talked to P2D on MSN
when you make the 500th post in this thread (darn CMW beat me!!)
LOL wanna re-check that Cheap-mod
When you`ve talked to Charl3s on msn about making your 1,000th post and what to do with it.lol
LOL wanna stop spamming up Bit!! lolz j/k
You know that they are geeks when you're writing 3 line short post, and when you refresh, you find 3 posts in front of yours.
K you will prove that you're an honorable geek if you will give me a reasonable answer to why a printer is printing pictures green although there is nothing wrong with drivers/PC, and the catridges installed are not empty, not dry and are original manufacturers catriges and supported by the printer.
when you continue an IM conversation onto this thread and back to MSN again (ala me n P2D)
When you stop using MSN because it uses 12 of your 1256 Megs of Ram.
When you looking lovingly through your case window at your components
Isn't that why people have windows in the first place?!
When you spend 2 days cleaning your keyboard and people ask if you've got a new one
Wanna do mine A88?
You know your a geek when you go to bed at 4am and dont wake up till 3:35pm because you was talking on MSN and the first thing you do is check this thread..
Your on this forum.
You know your a geek when you've read every post in this thread.
Your bedside table is an Antec box
ha! You know your a geek when you go to bed at 11am and dont wake up till 5pm because you was talking on MSN , playing NFSU2 and listening to a technology podcast and the first thing you do is check this thread..
When you point out when someone fails to notice that they've just made the 512th post in this thread.
TBH.... you knew you were a geek when you got a bit-tech account....!
when you have just bought 50 relays... to make a 8ft wide clock run using 6 shift registers and a PIC 16F877...
edit: and using around 250 x 15w mains lightbulbs using around 2.5kw of power!
Now that's a helluva clock
...when your 400th post is spam in this thread (like mine is!)
when you have high level technical discussions about microprocessor technology
When you have high-level technical discussions about anything to do with computers, or anything electrical (phones, ect)
Separate names with a comma.