RE: survival skills for teenage geeks
~From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
~Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 11:41 AM
~Subject: Re: survival skills for teenage geeks
~On Thu, Jan 23, 2003 at 09:58:16AM -0800, Jay wrote:
~> ~-----Original Message-----
~> ~From: Alexander Hvostov [mailto:email@example.com]
~> ~Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2003 7:57 PM
~> ~To: Vikki Roemer
~> ~Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
~> ~Subject: Re: survival skills for teenage geeks
~> ~Agreed. People who post to debian-curiosa should be forced
~> ~with each other, if at all.
~> I agree the same thing. We have too much in common to be a
~> just that common souls hang out in the same places.
~Oh, that's what he meant...?
~Yeah, I figure this counts as 'socializing' if anything does. Think
~about it-- how much good does it do me if I hang out with the kids in
~the youth group but don't really talk to them because we have nothing
~to talk about? I know, you all have no control over the situation;
~I'm just kinda ranting a little, here. I already tried giving my
~parents my whole 'I socialize more through email than I ever would in
~the youth group' argument, but they didn't buy it. :( They figure
~that 'socializing by osmosis' as I call it is better than 'nothing'
~(they think email is nothing). *rolls eyes*
Been there, done that.
It took me a couple of years after high school to finally get out of the
house, and start meeting people, eventually I got married, but still meeting
people. It's fun! Sure beats staring at a blank prompt at times or getting
harrassed by gays (I got nothing against them, it's just that some are VERY
annoying when 'hunting for prey'), anyway...
~Anyway, I'm home on a snow day. :( College was cancelled, so no
~OOP/Python class, no computer club-- in the club we were going to
~start on a Beowulf cluster today in the Computer Club; but, I still
~have to do high school classes. :( *sigh* The killer is, the snow was
~only ~3 inches deep, and now it's starting to melt-- the roads have
~been dry for an hour over here by me. But, people around here in
~nice, warm, sunny North Carolina freak out when they see 1 snowflake,
I live in Baja California, never snows here (at least not south of San
~Hope everyone else is having a better day than me.
I'm slaving away at work, is that any better? =\
May the Force of the Dragon's Spirit be with you...In Accordance With The
Happy Hacking, Bright Blessings and Gentle Breezes!
-*/ -= )O( Jay "CoolDragon" Arias-Chavez )O( =- /*-
"En el horizonte vertical yace el espejo de nuestra Alma."
"In the vertical horizon lies the mirror of our Soul."
- J. Arias-Chavez