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« on: December 24, 2004, 06:30:20 PM »

Found this out on teh intarweb.

Can you think of any others to add to the list?

1. Rewriting Christmas carols in Tolkien's Elvish.
2. Decorating the tree with SDRAM and CPUs burned out from your last overclocking experiment.
3. Change the blue neon lights in the case to flashing red and green.
4. Put a santa hat on your avatar.
5. Devise a computer-controlled system to detect and prevent household members from trying to peek into their presents before Christmas.
6. Wear mistletoe hat and keep fingers crossed.
7. Explaining to children how it would be physically impossible for Santa to deliver all the presents.
8. Designing elf-killing levels for your favorite FPS.
9. Printing out "One Year of Free Computer Service" certificates to give to the family.
10. Mountain Dew-nog
11. Programming the christmas lights to flash out "I hate this holiday of unbridled consumerism" in binary.
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« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2004, 08:07:58 PM »

- Spending all night with the women in your life (mother, sister, maybe, if they dont have better things to do)
- Trying to create a new linux box out of spare parts laying around the house.
- weeping like a baby as you defrag your hard drive....
- Plotting Dick Clarks death (Ok, non geeks do this do).
- bleaching out the ink stains in thier shirt pockets when they forgot to use thier protectors.
- Designated driving....


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« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2004, 08:44:50 PM »


Behold the glory of my wildly outdated blog that I ignore!
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