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Most of us here have done the all nighter before. Some of us more than others. It becomes a thirst than can't be quenched. Until you pass out...
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    Most of us here have done the all nighter before. Some of us more than others. It becomes a thirst than can't be quenched. Until you pass out
    Dan

    \"Keep your friends close and your enemies even closer\" from The Art of War by Sun Tzu\"

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    my summer ususually consists of all nighters .. nay, anytime i don't have to get up early the next morning ALWAYS turns into an all nighter. as i see it, im doing my skin a favor by rejecting light from the sun ... paleness should be banned from evolution.
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    Allnighters are a very common thing with me. As long as I have nothing to do the next day, am not tired, and have something to do at the time, it will become an allnighter.
    "Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so."
    ~Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

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    Can someone explain to me what a hacky-sack is?

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    its a little cloth ball filled with beeds or something like that but not completely full jst about half way or so. and you kick them around but you have to keep them off the ground.

    http://x-village.com/fbinfoframe.html
    http://www.footbag.org
    http://www.footbagsplus.com/
    http://inventors.about.com/library/i...lhackysack.htm

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    ahhh... i remember well the days of playing hacky sack outside the high school i used to go to.. now if only i could find someone to play with again... oh, well.. i guess i'll just stick to the company of my computer terminal..
    Their code will be beautiful, even if their desks are buried in 3 feet of crap. - esr

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    All nighters ha! 96 hrs. at current sitting, ten hrs. ago i tried sleep, but i think my body forgot what sleep is..ho-hum. Non stop yawns yet the pillow is elusive. Shall i try for the whole week? Na. I'll drop when i least expect it and wake up with my puter screaming at me to get my head off the keyboard! or the cat clawing at my nose wanting to get fed at 6a.m.(i'v never fed the cat at 6a.m.)10 min after i drop. Sleep...sleep..sleep.. .... ........Can't linux is to much funwhen i try to figure out how it works or dosn't. My pillow calls, i'll ignore it.......................
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    through caffeine alone, I set my mind in motion...

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    Something about staying up 96 hours straight isn't healthy...

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    well i might be a g g g ghost soon if this keeps up!
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