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Monday, September 12th, 2005
8:09 pm
[featherspy]
Cut for slightly explicit contentCollapse )
(Sorry...fixed the html...)
It's really not that bad...
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Thursday, September 8th, 2005
12:27 pm
[robolover]
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4:50 am
[alucardzdracula]
I know I haven't updated the members list in quite a while,I plan to remedy that. If you're a stamped member who hasn't been added to the members list, please post here to inform me.

Also, if you've not been stamped at all, comment here as well.
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Tuesday, September 6th, 2005
11:14 am
[daft_dreamer]
--O-O-- <--(glasses ^^;)
Just a little quiz I stole from a friend of nice.
I'M A NERD AND PROUD!!!Collapse )

Current Mood: calm
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Sunday, September 4th, 2005
1:17 pm
[lastomega7]
Medievia
Does anyone here play Medievia?
Its a huge game that is enitrely free. It's text-based, but nonetheless incredibly fun. If you want to try it out, go to http://www.medievia.com.

It will work on pretty much any computer. I recommend (along with several others) to download MudMaster2000 and using that. But if you can't, you can always use telnet (telnet:medievia.com:4000)
Enter the Nerdtrix
Saturday, September 3rd, 2005
1:44 pm
[ohforcrying]
This is awesome. Though for some reason I'm the only one of my friends who's drawn this conclusion. The rest wander off, muttering something disparaging about my mother... >_>

Oh, and if you want to try to learn the whole song, here are the lyrics.

Current Mood: amused
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8:40 am
[alucardzdracula]
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Sunday, August 28th, 2005
11:35 pm
[rainb4teatime]
whoa.
Today, during breakfast, I found out that we are born with an opening in our skull that allows are brain to get oxygen as we grow. Apparently, by the time you are a year old the hole seals itself, giving you a completely hole-free skull. My father called it a "blowhole", but that is obviously not what it is called. I researched what it was called, but I couldn't come up with anything better; It may be called the Stomatitis Line, but I am unsure.

All this because my brother shaved his head and had this weird sort of dent in his head. The things you learn everyday. By the way, this is my futile attempt at staying active.

Hope everyone had a nice summer.
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Saturday, August 27th, 2005
7:30 am
[alucardzdracula]
Nerd Stuffs....
I've recently purchased season six of The Simpsons. I love the Season tremendously, especially the Stone Cutter EP. What's your favourite episode from the Sixth season?

P.S. Teh Season comes in a nifty plastic DVD case in the shape of Homer Simpsons head. I have to give mad props to fox's marketing department for the change. I'd rather have my DVD cases shaped like Simpsons characters, than the bland rectangular nonsense.
Enter the Nerdtrix
Saturday, August 13th, 2005
4:56 pm
[rainb4teatime]
Blue Man Group.
Yesterday, I experienced the Blue Man Group live for the first time. If you enjoy music and entertainment that stimulates all your senses, you simply must see the show.

A sensory delightCollapse )


I was blown away by their preformance; I didn't expect them to be funny or intelligent. I was expecting good music with some different instruments, but the way they get the audience to participate is phenomenal. If they are playing in a city near you, I highly reccomend you try to see them. For me, it was the experience of a lifetime.
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Thursday, August 11th, 2005
8:32 am
[phrassie]
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Monday, August 8th, 2005
6:38 pm
[ohforcrying]
Chelsea: Abusing posting privileges since 1990
I hope I'm fairly safe posting here, even though I'm not technically a member here. Besides, this is just too weird.

Okay, so you've heard of Oneida, right? If you live in the U.S., I'm assuming you have. If you haven't, it's a fairly well-known cutlery/dishes-type company. They've been around for a while now, and have the oddest beginnings...

You'll never feel the same about dishes again...Collapse )
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3:49 am
[ohforcrying]
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Sunday, July 31st, 2005
2:41 am
[earthdotprime]
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Friday, July 29th, 2005
10:54 am
[phendog]
Data units.
My boss was curious so I just looked it up. Thought I ought to pass it on! It's kinda a collection of what I found:

kilo, mega, giga: So what comes after a gigabyte, size-wise? A terabyte. Then what?Collapse )

And that, I think, is more than you will ever need to know about that ;^)

My personal fav is the Sortabyte. (cute name and I love that it's approx 10^42) *is a dork*
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Thursday, July 28th, 2005
12:43 am
[midnight_steph]
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Wednesday, July 27th, 2005
12:14 pm
[lastomega7]
re-submission
yeah...i was like half asleep while writing the application the first time

ApplicationCollapse )

Current Mood: hungry
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2:28 am
[alucardzdracula]
Something I thought was quite interesting.....
I haven't really posted in awhile, and I thought this would be fun.

Read through this text only once.
FINISHED FILES ARE THE RE-
SULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIF-
IC STUDY COMBINED WITH
THE EXPERIENCE OF YEARS.

:::EDIT::: I've highlighted the six F's in the text.This exercise implies that If you happened to spot all 6, you're entitled to bragging rights for having a superior intellect. On average, most people spot about three of the six. So, congratulations are in order for the members who've spotted six f's.Although, I've come to the conclusion that this test may or may not be a bit off.









Nerds don't cheat...click me when finishedCollapse )
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Tuesday, July 26th, 2005
2:07 pm
[phendog]
ET: The Extra Terrestrial for Atari...
22 years ago in November of 1982, Atari was the Alpha. Atari was the Omega. Atari was the the biggest video game system out there. And then Christmas rolled around...and with it, the release of one of the biggest game failures ever. That's right...the game that brought down Atari, clearing the way for Sega and Nintendo...ET: The Extra-Terrestrial


I'd heard about this before, but then I came across this article today and found it utterly hilarious.

Read the story here.

Also, be sure and read the comments. My favorite?

I honestly feel sorry for all the other garbage that has to share landfill space with all those crushed cartridges, that's how bad E.T. is.

(Oh, and while you're at the site, check out the other 24 of the 25 dumbest moments in gaming, such as Acclaim's Marketing Stunts, The Biggest Controller in History, Ever, and who could forget Virtual Boy!)
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1:52 pm
[belladonnaangel]
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