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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #150 on: 28 Nov 2008, 09:34 »

My sister is called Menolly, after the character in the Harper Hall trilogy by Anne McAffery.

Oh shit I read those books when I was little! With the tiny fire-lizards and all?
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #151 on: 28 Nov 2008, 09:41 »

Guys, think about this.

Sex with a gnome.

Okay, now think further. They're half our size.

So is that half the vagina?

Or double your dick?  :-D
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #152 on: 28 Nov 2008, 10:13 »

Gnome sex??

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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #153 on: 28 Nov 2008, 11:56 »

Intense boob-smoosh on the left side. I think her bra might be getting a bit small.
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #154 on: 28 Nov 2008, 15:06 »

A gnome is giving her oral and you are concerned about her bra sizings?
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #155 on: 28 Nov 2008, 16:09 »

He already has a girlfriend so he doesn't realize what women look like anymore.
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #156 on: 28 Nov 2008, 17:16 »

THE GIRL'S BOOB IS GETTING SMOOSHED! BOOBS SHOULD NOT BE SMOOSHED THEY SHOULD BE GENTLY CARESSED AND POSSIBLY NIBBLED UPON
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #157 on: 28 Nov 2008, 21:02 »

Is it a geeky desire to want lots of websites?
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #158 on: 28 Nov 2008, 21:30 »

My sister is called Menolly, after the character in the Harper Hall trilogy by Anne McAffery.

Oh shit I read those books when I was little! With the tiny fire-lizards and all?

Oh man fuck I change my goddamn choices! I want a pair of bronze fire lizards, I'd name them Poncho and Lefty.
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #159 on: 29 Nov 2008, 03:22 »

I always wanted be in that big brother game but here is the tricky bit, I'l walk with the suitcase and never open it when others are around and when its night i will open it and take out two foot dil*o and beat everyone to death with it.
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #160 on: 29 Nov 2008, 23:50 »

My sister is called Menolly, after the character in the Harper Hall trilogy by Anne McAffery.

Oh shit I read those books when I was little! With the tiny fire-lizards and all?

The very same, my family is such a bunch of various nerds (myself very included).

I read them when I was little too, thay still hold up well upon re-reading too, damn good bokks the lot of them.
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #161 on: 30 Nov 2008, 14:55 »

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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #162 on: 30 Nov 2008, 15:29 »

Warhammer armor

How hot would one of those get on a summer day?

Adeptus Astartes Issue Power Armour is fully enclosed, allowing it's wearer to operate in everything from blistering heat to arctic winter. Only the Mk. I "Thunder" suits are unenclosed, but these suits were only used on Terra, during the tail end of The Dark Age of Technology and the Age Of Strife. When the Great Crusade began, Mk. II "Crusade" suits were implemented in The Emperor's first Astartes legions.

Yeah, I totally want a suit of that too, including the full Space Marine genetic upgrade.
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #163 on: 30 Nov 2008, 16:18 »

I want one of those tube-powered computer sound cards. How fucking radical would it be to process homemade recordings on that thing?

Especially since I plan on having at least one tube-powered guitar effects pedal within the next year. FUCK YEAH 12AX7
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #164 on: 30 Nov 2008, 16:20 »

Don't you have a solid state amp, so putting a tube pedal through it would be near pointless?
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #165 on: 30 Nov 2008, 16:31 »

The idea is that I'd only be using the amp's clean channel (which, with the tube emulation turned off, sends a perfectly unaltered signal [excepting EQ] through the effects loop circuitry). And I'm getting the Tri-Mode pedal (bypass/od1/od2), meaning that I can have a super clean tube channel and a tube crunch channel.

Besides, I plan on selling that amp and using the money to get a Fender Blues Deluxe. I have used such an amp before and holy fuck, what an experience. When I combine it all, I'll be able to have a clean channel, an overdrive channel, and a FUCK YOU channel.
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #166 on: 30 Nov 2008, 16:55 »

I've found that putting a tube amp into a solid state - even on clean - loses a lot of the effect, because the tube sound can't really be reproduced through a signal, it needs to be produced by pushing the tubes. But hey, Blues Deluxe means problem solved (more than that, those things are fantastic).
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #167 on: 17 Apr 2009, 20:07 »

I'm bumping this thread just to say want
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #168 on: 17 Apr 2009, 23:01 »

I want to live in the future!

How's this for the future?
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #169 on: 18 Apr 2009, 00:35 »

HE SAID FEAR ME AGAIN, KNOW I'M YOUR FATHER
REMEMBER THAT NO ONE CAN BREATHE UNDERWATER

BLACH BLAH BLAH BLAH HERE'S YOUR FUTURE


YEAH HERE'S YOUR FUTURE
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #170 on: 18 Apr 2009, 04:48 »

How's this for the future?

I was hoping for a time of worldwide prosperity and technological and cultural enlightenment. But this future's got potential.
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Re: Your secret geeky desire
« Reply #171 on: 18 Apr 2009, 05:55 »

I want a Star Trek transporter.  I want to be able to step onto a glowing circle on the floor and three seconds later be at work, or at the store, or at my friend's house, or back home when I'm done.  All without stepping outside, because I don't like the outdoors.

Star Trek transporters scared the shit out of me since I was little.  No continuity of consciousness, as demonstrated by numerous accidents they've had with the damn things on like every series.  Same thing with cloning experiments a la Sixth Day, or going back in time to fix your past (cause you're really fixing someone else's past at that point)

I just want to be an astronaut!  A dream currently shattered when I got type 1 diabetes at 14.  I still plan on doing it, if I have to get rich and pay my way I will.  Oh, and I want to build the worlds fastest piston driven, single engine sea plane.  A record currently held by the Macchi M.C. 72 set in 1939 at 709km/h.
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