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    Eccentric people. ie programmers


    Have you noticed that some programmers are eccentric? i have!

    all the ones i know are, especially my programming lecturer at college

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    From a programmers perspective, have you ever noticed how everyone else is so "standard" ?

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    I'm not eccentric...everyone else is just boring.
    "Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so."
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarumont
    I'm not eccentric...everyone else is just boring.
    Totaly agree on that one
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    Yeh you could put it that way...... but when i jump over a computer desk and bash somebody who is complaining (all people involved were unharmed) with this rubber thing i found... then thats weird i dont suffer from madness, i enjoy it

    ever do stuff like that just because your bored?

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    Temporal Sanity
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    Quote Originally Posted by Opnosforatou
    Temporal Sanity
    yeh hehe if thats what they call it....
    temporal sanity AKA selective madness.. lol

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    hey, i'm missing the dancing banana .... where did it dance off to ?????

    rofl
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    lol if you see dancing bananas in your head then that fine, do they speak to you as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICeMaN
    lol if you see dancing bananas in your head then that fine, do they speak to you as well?
    Not yet, but there would be an emicolon dancing banana ...
    somewhere .... :o
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