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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 10126 6-Nov-2006 12:55
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Hi all, I am McFly from Christchurch and I like physics.

I have just ordered an iMate JasJam as my Nokia 9500 hinge broke.

I may be more a nerd than a geek- but I'm not totally sure on those definitions...

Look for to being part of your forums.


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  Reply # 51229 6-Nov-2006 14:41
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Hi and Welcome

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Reply # 51239 6-Nov-2006 15:04
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Welcome, we are very inclusive here, so no need to worry too much about being a nerd. I would recommend you read this thread.

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  Reply # 51249 6-Nov-2006 15:28
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Greetings and welcome.




Keep calm, and carry on posting.

 

 

 

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  Reply # 51257 6-Nov-2006 15:49
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bradstewart: Welcome, we are very inclusive here, so no need to worry too much about being a nerd. I would recommend you read this thread.


Quite a long read: I've always thought of a geek as someone who's interested in technology and science and a nerd actually knows how it works. But that's just me.

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