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MIT Student hunts his computer down - finds it 2 years later
#1
This is absolutely brilliant. Every time I hear some jackass run his mouth about folks like this young gentleman here, I only have to laugh because usually they cannot string a coherent sentence together to begin with, much less match this man's brilliance. If you are smart enough to be like him, you'll go far in today's world.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4oB28ksiIo

It's about 20 minutes long, but well worth the watch. Brilliant and hilarious.
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#2
Enjoyed that.
Didn't understand a lot of the terminology or what he did but I'll bet he had a
ball chasing it down!
Quite a smart young man.Give credit where credit is due.
of course if he's at MIT he must be pretty sharp. S2
Some people are like Slinkies ... not really good for anything, but you can't help smiling when you push one down the stairs.
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tegu Wrote:Enjoyed that.
Didn't understand a lot of the terminology or what he did but I'll bet he had a
ball chasing it down!
Quite a smart young man.Give credit where credit is due.
of course if he's at MIT he must be pretty sharp. S2

What's with the liberal use of the "F" word? Is it some sort of Rite-Of-Passage? Or is it just an attempt to prove to everyone else, that he is not as smart as he appears?
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#4
He's an F-in' example, John L.

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I know you think you understand what you thought I said,
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Quote:What's with the liberal use of the "F" word?

It's dynamic language on the march. Like it or not the "F" word, as you call it, is no longer quite the shocker it used to be. In another ten years time, it'll be a little like saying "fiddlesticks".

After all, once upon a time words like "damn it", and "crap" were words you never heard in public.
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#6
I doubt it. No matter what anyone says, the word itself just reeks of Crudeness. It's like two males having sex around two straight males. It's just naturally repulsive to civil people.

If it has been around for over fifteen hundred years, and it still is not generally accepted as civil behaviour, it will not reach accepted speech in another ten.

If it's not something you would use around your parents, it's not acceptable. I'm self-employed, and I can tell you that if I was going to hire employees, I would not hire someone, who did not represent him/her self properly in public. And I am not alone by a long shot.

It's low class, like it or not. Sorry, but true. I would not hire that fellow because he may blurt out that language around clients.
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