Discussion in 'Computer Talk' started by Spart, Feb 19, 2005.
That is hilarious!
I realize it's a parody, but the comments show that a lot of folks thought the writer was being *true*!
"Aren't newbies cute?"
#1 is the most ammusing.
It certainly got a plethora of comments...wow!
This is just a great site!
Not many of them seem to get the fact that it's a joke either.
It took me a while to realise that the mispelt lunix. The links are hilarious too
It links to some weird book on Amazon.
If you look to the right of the page, you will see "other articles by T Reginald Gibbons." These are just as hilarious, if not quite as contraversial.
You know, if those were written now, they'd be called "blogs".
The "Otaku" link is broken!
Comments from these joke sites never fail to surprise me. Can no one get a joke? Or are people just too eager to seem like they're smart?
Nice site BTW
Chieftess, without AOL, there would be no Internet - for me
Why AOL? Don't have to pay for modem or activation which considering that I'm not stopping here long is good and at least they have a freephone customer support for when BT muck up.
lol @ AOL being sucky
Haha, my favorite quote from the comments. I was waiting for someone to do it.
People sure are stupid.
I though that linux was misspelled on purpose. Anyway, those links were broken for me.. (the ones in the page)
Dude, all of that is sooo BS.
- I can use Internet Explorer after loading up AOL. That's not "hacking," it's just common sense
- I install lots of programs: Tracks Eraser, Rocket Time, Ad Muncher, MRU Blaster, CCleaner, Ad-Aware, Spyware Blaster, Zone Alarm...none of them are hacking tools...
- Look lady, 256MB RAM just ain't enough for computers these days.
- I thought AMD had built-in virus protection
- "Geeks" by Jon Katz? What is this guy on? Geeks is about geeks gaining power and hope on the Internet - the specific story centers around two guys who used the Internet to get out of Idaho
OMG - I have played "Quake" and am obsessed with "Lunix"! I must turn myself in immediately.
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