what do you talk about when everythings fine?

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  1. chrome_sturmen

    chrome_sturmen Registered Member

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    so when everythings working well on your server and workstation, what do you talk about?. i messaged pete2150 with this question earlier, and he said that would be a good time to devote more attention to the woman in your lifeo_O i said hell, where is sheo_O
     
  2. kennyboy

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    The time when everything is running fine is the time that you start looking for that little "extra" tweak to make it run even better, and..........guess what..............yes it goes wrong.............lol
    Very sad really..........lol
     
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    that one last little tweak had caused me a re-format many a time.... every aspect of computing is it's own microcosmos so to speak - you could spend days learning how to optimally rip a cd to another audio format or tweak your torrent client for optimum speeds, for instance :D

    and with me trying to branch out and learn bsd and linux you could see where this workload will keep me busy into my mid-late thirties :(

    :D
     
  4. Longboard

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    1a)Go surfing

    1) Get VMWare have some fun
    2) Linux
    3) BSD
    4) Solaris
    5) more BEER
    6)Rugby

    Women LLooowww on the list ;) In fact: often get in the way of the list :shifty:
     
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    There it is ( just GLOBAL ) in BLACK and WHITE. Finally!

    Thank you very much, GlobalForce!

    Yours PROROOTECT and OTHERS!:argh: :argh: :argh:

    RETURN to BASICS.

    [ Edit - is it comprehensible finally?!! understandable? ... ]
     
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  8. HURST

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    That is actually the time to be productive and DO YOUR WORK :D :D
     
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    I have a feeling that if you move beer up on the list maybe women might soon follow. :)
     
  10. lodore

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    1.friends and female friends:p this can involve alot of things LOL. including drinking movies etc
    2. maybe some tv or games if there busy.
    3.sometimes virtual machines.
     
  11. Sully

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    Gee, I was under the impression that the reason I visit here is that my system already runs good, and that I have an addiction to learning interesting things about computers, especially relating to being paranoid about the perfect security setup.

    I had no idea one could actually achieve that. Wow, I learn something new here everday.

    Can you guys please tell me what your config is that let's you do other things like drink more beer. And, if I use your config, will my wife be ok with me drinking more beer ? :)

    Sul.
     
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    [ Edit ]-------------- I Love my Wife !!!
     
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  13. HURST

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    Sully, there is always time for beer.
    My setup is far from perfect, but (and I'm gonna quote Kees on this one) "it is important to realise that it is not realistic and healthy to let a 0,00001% chance influence your life for 99,99999% of the time."
     
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    After discovering LUA and SRP my computing life has become a bit boring, security wise. I have no woman so I play wih Linux. Read more books and watch movies.
     
  15. Kerodo

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    Yeah, same here, I have settled down a lot lately. I plan on getting back to reading again, something that I sort of dropped when I got involved with the PC years ago. And then of course there are all the usual entertainments.. ;)
     
  16. ~*Nat*~

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    Good thing that I taught my oldest daughter t quit dating computer geeks - gurus or whatever is lurking behind college walls - libraies, tech schools and such. *sigh* She'll be marrying someone who takes her away from that machine
    for more than an hour - I made sure of that. :shifty:

    As for me, I like playing on the computer.
    Is there anything else ?? lol
     
  17. mikeo1313

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    Homework:p
     
  19. Dogbiscuit

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    Same here.
     
  20. EASTER

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    I agree 100%

    Finally frees up my time to get back to flash editing and photographic duties again.
     
  21. ruinebabine

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    ...see what that other guy did on his puter when he had too much free time on his hands! :cool:
     
  22. Kerodo

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    When everything is fine, you start tweaking it till it breaks, then you have plenty of work to do..... :)
     
  23. colinp

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    That is quite hilarious, very well done, mind you, but still very funny.

    Colin
     
  24. Hugger

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    I take advanced math courses.
    I've already learned to count as high as 7.
    I think I should go break my toy now.
    Goodbye.
    Hugger
     
  25. Ragzarok

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    Corrected.
     
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