My Geek Code (v3.1) says....


GCS/IT/O d-(+)? s++: a++ C++$ US++++ P++(+++) L++(+++) E- W++ N+(++) o(--) K- w(---) O(-) M?>+ V PS+ PE Y+ PGP+ t(-) 5? X R>+ tv--() b+>+++ DI D- G e+++ h+> r++ y+@

Geek: GCS/IT/O
I'm a geek of computer science.
   a geek of information technology.
   a geek of other occupations.
Dress: d-(+)?
    I range from ...
I'm usually in jeans and a t-shirt.
    ... to ...
Good leisure-wear. Slacks, button-shirt, etc. No jeans, tennis shoes, or t-shirts.
Dress: d?
I have no idea what I am wearing right now, let alone what I wore yesterday.
Shape: s++:
I'm a basketball candidate.
I'm as round as an average geek.
Age: a++
I'm between 50 and 59.
Computers: C++$
Computers are a large part of my existence. When I get up in the morning, the first thing I do is log myself in. I play games or mud on weekends, but still manage to stay off of academic probation.
    I'm making money at this.
Unix: US++++
SunOS/Solaris:
I am the sysadmin. If you try and crack my machine, don't be surprised if the municipal works department gets an "accidental" computer-generated order to start a new landfill on your front lawn or your quota is reduced to 4K.
Perl: P++(+++)
    I range from ...
Perl is a powerful programming tool. I don't write shell scripts anymore because I write them in Perl.
    ... to ...
Perl is a very powerful programming tool. Not only do I no longer write shell scripts, I also no longer use awk or sed. I use Perl for all programs of less than a thousand lines.
Linux: L++(+++)
    I range from ...
I use Linux ALMOST exclusively on my system. I've given up trying to achieve Linux.God status, but welcome the OS as a replacement for DOS. I only boot to DOS to play games.
    ... to ...
I use Linux exclusively on my system. I monitor comp.os.linux.* and even answer questions some times.
Emacs: E-
Emacs is just too big and bloated for my tastes.
Web: W++
I have a homepage. I surf daily. My homepage is advertised in my .signature.
Usenet: N+(++)
    I range from ...
I read news recreationally when I have some time to kill.
    ... to ...
I read all the news in a select handful of groups.
Usenet Oracle: o(--)
    I range from ...
I've submitted a question, but it has never been incarnated.
    ... to ...
Who needs answers from a bunch of geeks anyhow?
Kibo: K-
I don't know who Kibo is.
Windows: w(---)
    I range from ...
Ok, so I use MS Windows. I don't have to like it.
    ... to ...
Windows has set back the computing industry by at least 10 years. Bill Gates should be drawn, quartered, hung, shot, poisoned, disembowelled, and then REALLY hurt.
OS/2: O(-)
    I range from ...
I finally managed to get OS/2 installed but wasn't too terribly impressed.
    ... to ...
Tried it, didn't like it.
Macintosh: M?>+
What's a Mac?
    ... but I'd like to be ...
A mac has it's uses and I use it quite often.
VMS: V
I've used VMS.
Politics-Social: PS+
My whole concept of liberalism is that nobody has the right to tell anybody else what to do, on either side of the political fence. If you don't like it, turn the bloody channel.
Politics-Economic: PE
Distrust both government and business.
Cypherpunks: Y+
I have an interest and concern in privacy issues, but in reality I am not really all that active or vocal.
PGP: PGP+
"Finger me for my public key"
Trek: t(-)
    I range from ...
It's just another TV show.
    ... to ...
Maybe it's just me, but I have no idea what the big deal with Star Trek is. Perhaps I'm missing something but I just think it is bad drama.
Babylon 5: 5?
What's Babylon 5?
X-Files: X
Ho hum. Just another Fox show.
Roleplaying: R>+
Role-Playing? That's just something to do to kill a Saturday afternoon.
    ... but I'd like to be ...
I've got my weekly sessions set up and a character that I know better than I know myself.
Television: tv--()
    I range from ...
I turn my tv on during natural disasters.
    ... to ...
I watch only the shows that are actually worth while, such as those found on PBS.
Books: b+>+++
I enjoy reading, but don't get the time very often.
    ... but I'd like to be ...
I consume a few books a week as part of a staple diet.
Dilbert: DI
I read Dilbert infrequently, rarely understanding it
DOOM!: D-
I've played the game and really didn't think it was all that impressive.
Geek Code: G
I know what the geek code is and even did up this code.
Education: e+++
Got a masters degree
Housing: h+>
Living alone, get out once a week to buy food, no more than once a month to do laundry. All surfaces covered.
    ... but I'd like to be ...
Friends come over to visit every once in a while to talk about Geek things. There is a place for them to sit.
Relationships: r++
I've dated my current SO for a long time.
Sex[m]: y+@
I've had real, live sex.
    Varying wildly on this topic.


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