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    (Original post by James_W)
    I don't get it
    10 in binary is 2.
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    (Original post by Baron)
    the binary clock very geeky
    My grandad built a binary clock back in the 70s :cool:
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    ahhh geekiness, wonderful

    saw a guy with a yoda backpack once, i went to see a manga film at my local watershed so it was to be expected lol.

    also "quake 3 arena" (a computer game) t-shirts erghhh geek!
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    (Original post by MattG)
    ahhh geekiness, wonderful

    saw a guy with a yoda backpack once, i went to see a manga film at my local watershed so it was to be expected lol.

    also "quake 3 arena" (a computer game) t-shirts erghhh geek!
    Yeah, but T-Shirts of games aren't as geeky as actual code on a t-shirt.
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    Our chemistry teacher once tried to sell us a range of merchandise with the periodic table on - T-shirts, ties, tea towels etc... :rolleyes:
    For a really geeky website, visit http://skynet.oir.ucf.edu/~mschell/C...rameset36.html
    It made me cringe.
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    (Original post by Tednol)
    I was in Kilburn building in the UoM on Friday and walked past an open office door with the most geeky thing I've ever seen, on the door mat. It read...

    "Welcome. There is no where like 127.0.0.1"

    Can anyone better that?
    I dont gettit lol
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    Now this is geeky, a math/computer geek at our school told me it, il try and remember...

    Mathematical proof that women are evil


    women need time and money; women = time * money

    It is known that 'time is money'; women = money * money

    Money is the root of all evil; women = root evil * root evil

    Therefore, women = evil



    damn that is bad, i feel ashamed for typing it (& remembering it) but oh well, you can all enjoy it now
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    The most geeky thing I have seen is people in clubs wearing Joy Divsion Unkown Pleasures t-shirts. For people that do not know the album it has a cover of a sceintific wave on the front of it taken out of a pyhics book from the 1920's.

    It dosn't say Joy Divsion on it so a lot of people will think its a geek t-shirt.
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    (Original post by Iluvatar)
    Anyway, a really geeky t-shirt i've found (and almost bought) says.

    How many people can read hex if only you and dead people can read hex?
    dead hex= 57005 decimal

    57005+1?

    57006

    if this is right, it aint as funny as the 10 binary one :P
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    (Original post by Tednol)
    I was in Kilburn building in the UoM on Friday and walked past an open office door with the most geeky thing I've ever seen, on the door mat. It read...

    "Welcome. There is no where like 127.0.0.1"

    Can anyone better that?
    music books.Who would wanna write a book on music :confused:
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    I want thinkgeek stuff but have you seen their delivery costs? Not to mention possible import duties. Eep!
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    (Original post by keithy)
    dead hex= 57005 decimal

    57005+1?

    57006

    if this is right, it aint as funny as the 10 binary one :P
    oh i get it now, lol i didnt get it at first, D-E-A-D is in hex

    (Original post by fishpaste)
    I want thinkgeek stuff but have you seen their delivery costs? Not to mention possible import duties. Eep!
    i dunno about the delivery costs, but you have to pay by credit card because they are american, but i only have a debit card - i specifically asked not to have a credit card so i didnt get myself a hefty bill but now i wish i did get one lol
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    Ahh, some of the t-shirts on thinkgeek.com are cool.
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    (Original post by eric bischoff)
    music books.Who would wanna write a book on music :confused:
    I would love nothing more than to right about Mancunian Indie music. I eat, talk, drink indie and light rock.

    I like to think of myself as a bit of a local music historian. I often point to people "Morrisey lived there, The Bee Gee's lived there, Hooky lived there, that was Factory records office, that is Daman's house (badly drawn boy) etc.
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    there's something wrong with the clock they sell at thinkgeek.com.
    the time display is a bit wrong as the hour, minute, and second displays are split into two. if you look at the pic you'll see what i mean.

    but yeah, you could actually print the slogans onto blank t-shirts yourself, i mean its not that hard.
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    (Original post by Iluvatar)
    In the beginning, there was a computer
    And God entered:

    C:\>Let there be light!
    ....
    And God saw that it was GOOD.
    God used Windows? No wonder the world is so f*cked up
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    Basically, any of the products on http://www.thinkgeek.com/
    i dunno that powerball looks pretty damn cool lol
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    (Original post by elpaw)
    there are 10 types of people int he world. those who understand binary, and those who dont
    thats only 2.
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    (Original post by Powerline)
    thats only 2.
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    damit why doesnt russian alphabets show on ukl
 
 
 
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