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#76
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#79, when your wife grabs something heavy to disguise a gift for your father-in-law, and it's your Linux System Administration book.

Bonus Points if your father-in-law thanks you and stares at it blankly! :tazz:
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How'd you know... :tazz:



Lmao


:)

Edited by jrm20, 31 December 2005 - 12:19 AM.

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72: When you know the precise problem before talking to tech support.

80: When you know how to fix it, but call anyways because you paid for support and want to get your money's worth.
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This one's kind of like Admin's:

81. When you try to give away free Linux CDs only to hear, "What's Linux?"
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ LMFAO!
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This one's kind of like Admin's:

81. When you try to give away free Linux CDs only to hear, "What's Linux?"


My friends just use them as fresbies.
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82. You know you are a geek when you come on here even with the hang over of a lifetime.
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83. When you buy a pack of CD-Rs (or anything computer-related) not because you need them, but because it's a good deal.

My friends just use them as fresbies.

My brother tried, but I didn't let him take any. He just throws bad CD-Rs at a cement wall. :tazz:
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#84 when you know that the best laser light show on earth can be created by turning the lights out and throwing a cd in the microwave shiny side up
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#84 when you know that the best laser light show on earth can be created by turning the lights out and throwing a cd in the microwave shiny side up

I'll be right back...Just kidding. :tazz:

#85. When you go to a relative's house and bring some Linux CDs along.
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Lol, CDs in a microwave are great fun, i want to get my hands on some of those old laser discs that were like twice the size of a normal CD. By all means try the microwaving of cds just dont use your own microwave to do it in.
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Lol, CDs in a microwave are great fun, i want to get my hands on some of those old laser discs that were like twice the size of a normal CD. By all means try the microwaving of cds just dont use your own microwave to do it in.


Those are the kinds of things neighbors are for... :tazz:
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#86. When you sort your enormous amount of bookmarks with a ton of folders and separators.
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One knows one is a geek when one lives between realities.
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#87.) You know you are a geek when you are hammering in a nail and hit your thumb, but are happy because it's only your 'space-bar finger'.

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