INTRO THREAD 2.0: INTRODUCE YOURSELF OR PERISH!

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Postby parkaboy » Sun Jul 15, 2007 11:51 pm UTC

aw i was going to make a joke. clever little song, but needs more content. *nodnod*
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Re: Hi

Postby Durinthal » Mon Jul 16, 2007 12:01 am UTC

supemoy wrote:Hello my names John Connor, and I'm saving the world again,
from the evil terminating robots from the year 2010.

Is there something we need to know about?

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Postby Xaith » Mon Jul 16, 2007 12:34 am UTC

Well, I've been lurking for a while now and finally decided to start posting.

So hey everyone! I'm Xaith.

(And for those of you who remember my first few posts, no, I am not a bot.) :wink:

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Postby placeholder » Mon Jul 16, 2007 12:39 am UTC

Hi everyone.

I've been lurking for a while, and intend to begin posting, as XKCD now has fora (is that the correct pluralization?) dedicated to two of my foremost hobbies, games and books.

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Postby rmb » Mon Jul 16, 2007 2:28 am UTC

Hi, I'm a real person. Or if I'm a bot, I think I pass the Turing test. You folks don't discriminate against emergent AIs, do you? (sorry. er, I just finished reading a Stross novel, if that's any excuse) Anyway. Math major, avid cyclist, New Yorker, sf fan, female. Xkcd describes my life to a frightening degree sometimes.

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Postby unicorn_porn » Mon Jul 16, 2007 3:36 am UTC

unicorn_porn wrote:I'm Riley and I'm new. Hello to everyone. I'm an-ex nerd, if there is such a thing? I think dropping out of highschool exempts me from being classified as one anymore. Now I have to go pretend to work...


School is temporary, nerdship is forever. Says the low level geek.



True enough, now I'm just incognito. Stealth nerd. How about that? It makes me sound more bad ass.
P.S. I'm guessing at least some of you will know what I mean when I say I'm also a CTYer.

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Postby Dibley » Mon Jul 16, 2007 3:41 am UTC

Belial wrote:And then he lost them in his house. See if *we* ever lend you any insects.


My sister used to have a number of hissing cockroaches as pets. They were enormous (~4 inches). They were strong enough that they opened the sliding screen lid on the terrarium and all escaped. They were rediscovered a few months later when my cousin stayed in her room, and found one of them under the bed. Thankfully, he thought it was awesome.

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Postby japanese_jew » Mon Jul 16, 2007 3:51 am UTC

Hi! I exist, unless I don't.

Peace,

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Postby Chase » Mon Jul 16, 2007 5:36 am UTC

Hi! I'm Chase. I found XKCD (Xenophobic Kangaroo Club of Denmark?) through a link on another forum. I've been lurking on the forums for a while. It's one of the few sane places on the big dump truck!

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Postby lorenith » Mon Jul 16, 2007 5:53 am UTC

Hi, I like the comic :lol:

Uh, I'm normally scared to post a lot cause other forums I've been on have a tendency to flame a lot, and I seem to have weird views on things. I'm hoping I won't get my face eaten off if/when I ever post around here.

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howdy

Postby bonder » Mon Jul 16, 2007 6:48 am UTC

Hi everybody! (no, I'm not Dr. Nick) I've been reading the comic for a while. so, I guess since this is the introduction section, I should introduce myself, eh? well, my name is Rick, alias bonder, I like long walks on the beach and candle lit dinners...oh wait, this isn't my eHarmony account....

so, i guess I'll see you all around the fora.

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hey ppls

Postby renee146blah » Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:29 am UTC

so.. umm..

i joined the forum cos i wanted to reply about the sudokube :P

hope to see you around :D

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Re: Hi

Postby Jauss » Mon Jul 16, 2007 10:17 am UTC

Welcome all!

supemoy wrote:P.S. I am not the leader of the resistance against the unstoppable robot hoards, but should the need arise...

Here I wrote a song about it:

Hello my names John Connor, and I'm saving the world again,
from the evil terminating robots from the year 2010.

I sent my father, back into the past,
so that he could tap, my mothers ass.

Hello my names John Connor... Repeat ad nauseum....


You get a cookie.
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Postby H.H » Mon Jul 16, 2007 11:10 am UTC

Hello, forum members.

I'm not a bot (at least not consciously. Any 'Philip Dick-esque' plot twists are as yet unknown to me).
However, I am (as described by a possessor of a Master's degree in Anthropology) an "übergeek".


I work for big blue, tending the behemoth AKA the z/890 Mainframeâ„¢.

I consider myself critical in judgment, unless it concerns the above machine/operating system or a certain novel by Nabokov which I feel is beyond the flawed views of mere mortals (and whose character inspired my username). But that's just me.

My interests are varied, ranging from critical bible research (in your face, bible thumpers and Dawkins' fanboys!) to classical physics, and everything in between.


Two things I feel obliged to point out about myself:

1. I am not a native English speaker, nor has my formal education been very extensive. This sometimes leads to error in spelling/grammar/style.
I try to read through my posts prior to posting, to avoid such instances, but on ocassion things slip by unnoticed.
Any corrections would be appreciated and applied accordingly.

2. One of my interests is psychology. This leads at times to such banter as "looks like a mild case of OCD and a severe one of male penis envy". These sort of remarks are meant in jest. I have yet to ascertain the prevailing mood about witticisms of the sort, and as I get to know the forum better, this problem should fix itself.
If one feels a particular post improper, tell me and I'll apologize.
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Postby lnev » Mon Jul 16, 2007 1:31 pm UTC

hi everybody!

so i finally registered after reading the forums for quite a while.

that's it for the moment!

bye

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Re: INTRO THREAD 2.0: INTRODUCE YOURSELF OR PERISH!

Postby leto » Mon Jul 16, 2007 5:23 pm UTC

lanicita wrote:The primary reason for this thread is so if you make a questionable post or thread that could have been made by a spambot, us mods can easily check to make sure you're not spamming, by going back to your first post and seeing your disclaimer that you're a real person, and didn't just start posting pr0n links everywhere


It's too late for me to try, but what would you do if said first post (in here, of course) looks like something from a spambot?

That aside, hello everybody.
Same as H.H above me, I work for IBM - though only 6 months a year, the other 6 months I spend studying what dict.cc claims to translate to 'business informatics', but I don't trust it.
I'm from Germany so my English might sound weird at times, but hey, I'm trying :D

I've been following xkcd for quite some time now and finally decided to register, so I could answer a question posted in the Coding-Subforum, yay for trying to help.
I tend to put way too many commas in my sentences and sing when I'm bored, so be glad you only have to endure one of these two things ;)

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Re: INTRO THREAD 2.0: INTRODUCE YOURSELF OR PERISH!

Postby SecondTalon » Mon Jul 16, 2007 6:08 pm UTC

leto wrote:It's too late for me to try, but what would you do if said first post (in here, of course) looks like something from a spambot?


Track down your location via IP address and nuke the site from orbit.

It's the only way to be sure.
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Postby Belial » Mon Jul 16, 2007 6:12 pm UTC

We *have* actually had a spammer that posted an introduction in the intro thread, a picture in the picture thread, coherent posts in a few forum games, an age in the age thread....

And then went nuts and posted porn links in about 5 or 6 forums within about 10 seconds.

One can only assume it was a spambot using a human as a delivery mechanism/camouflage.

Still, disturbing.
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They/them

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Postby lukewarm » Mon Jul 16, 2007 6:54 pm UTC

H.H wrote:I work for big blue, tending the behemoth AKA the z/890 Mainframeâ„¢.


DINOSAUR!!!
It must have arrived at last, after all the turmoil. And here it is!

= another raptor jokey, since a few months ago

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Postby the Cow » Mon Jul 16, 2007 7:33 pm UTC

Belial wrote:We *have* actually had a spammer that posted an introduction in the intro thread, a picture in the picture thread, coherent posts in a few forum games, an age in the age thread....

And then went nuts and posted porn links in about 5 or 6 forums within about 10 seconds.

One can only assume it was a spambot using a human as a delivery mechanism/camouflage.

Still, disturbing.


We also run a forum, and while we haven't yet seen anything like that (sheesh!), it has always amazed me that they go through so much bother, especially given how ineffective the ads end up being.
...the whim of a hat.

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Postby PacifiKate » Mon Jul 16, 2007 8:50 pm UTC

My name is Kati, and I'm pretty sure that I exist.

I've been reading xkcd for quite a while now. I like to claim that I am the reason most everyone I know is now obsessed with the xkcd goodness.

I'm 22, am from San Francisco, CA, but I live in Rochester, NY. I am a Biology student, and spend my mornings listening to people whine about broken air conditioners to pay the bills. My spare time usually consists of photography, indie movies, and snowboarding (when ... there's ... snow, that is).

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Postby Dalveen » Mon Jul 16, 2007 8:52 pm UTC

Well, gonna have to hang my head in shame, i didnt see the thread before i made my first post... :(

Anyway, I'm a Microbiology/Genetics undergrad from UK, read the comics for awhile and decided to come see what the forum is like. So far been quite good, better conversation and debate than most of my Uni friends are able to keep up with... :)

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Postby H.H » Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:16 pm UTC

lukewarm wrote:DINOSAUR!!!


If you mean my age, I'm barely in my twenties. I learnt the art of MF working for the government.

If you mean the machine, it will outlive those desktop calculators you call "personal computer". I can even explain why (you can guess this isn't the first discussion I've had of this sort), but I think even this forum will get bored with the technicalities.


And on the bright side, I have those old school consoles (if you don't know what I'm talking about, think Matrix and lots of lines of running up the screen).
I tell you, being able to read MVS messages by the code alone is very impressive with the ladies. And the PFY's (especially when I tell them to deal with the '$HASP395' in an urgent tone and they give me a deer-caught-in-headlights stare).
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Postby leto » Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:20 pm UTC

H.H wrote:but I think even this forum will get bored with the technicalities.


I seriously doubt that.

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Postby H.H » Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:53 pm UTC

leto wrote:
H.H wrote:but I think even this forum will get bored with the technicalities.


I seriously doubt that.


Anyone interested in the advantages of LPAR's vs. VPAR's in terms of CPU utilization and the wonderful world of VTAM, DB2 etc may PM me, and I will be more than happy to continue this discussion further.


One more thing concerning myself as a xkcd forum member:
If there is anything I do not like, it's ignorance. And since the internet brings so many different people together, there is bound to be plenty of it.
Slurs don't bother me and I have a very dark (at times, morbid) sense of humour.
But things like "pork lol" bother me, since it shows how little most of the western world knows about one of the cultures it was founded on.

For instance, a certain member mentions a connection between Hasidic Jews and goths. Now, what ruins this joke is that the Hasidic movement cultivated religious fervour deriving from joy and optimism.
In Israel, the followers of one specific Hasid dance in the streets as a sign of devotion. (You have not lived until you've seen an man in a yarmulka and earlocks jumping around on the roof of a minivan in one of Jerusalem's central squares).

If you're not sure, you can always ask. As a last results, it's probably in wikipedia. I expect nerds like you to do their research.
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Postby Bakemaster » Mon Jul 16, 2007 10:42 pm UTC

The thing about Hasids and Goths was a joke stemming from the fact that both groups tend to wear lots of black clothing. Unless there was more than one such comparison made recently.

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Hi Kati! Your avatar reminds me of an old gif I made from "Death Kitty and the Fat Man":
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Postby Hale-Bopp » Tue Jul 17, 2007 12:23 am UTC

Hi guys, I've been reading xkcd on and off for some time now. Just saying hi and stuff.

On the interwebs, I guess I'm mostly known (for those that know me) for creating video game remixes which can be found at ocremix.org and various other places around the web, including my own home page.

Cool place you got here! Thanks for the funnies!

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Postby Durinthal » Tue Jul 17, 2007 12:43 am UTC

Hale-Bopp wrote:Hi guys, I've been reading xkcd on and off for some time now. Just saying hi and stuff.

On the interwebs, I guess I'm mostly known (for those that know me) for creating video game remixes which can be found at ocremix.org and various other places around the web, including my own home page.

Cool place you got here! Thanks for the funnies!

Hm.. well, I never listened to this particular song before, but I like it. I guess I'm an ex-semi-regular in the forum there, but I have yet to actually finish a remix and submit it.

Regardless, welcome! And make some more good music while you're here. :D

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Postby NoIAmNotCanadian » Tue Jul 17, 2007 1:58 am UTC

Right, so I'm supposed to introduce myself so y'all don't think I'm a spambot. I'm not a spambot, really. Occasionally people stop me on the street and ask me if I am, but they're usually crazy, and in any case they're wrong.

Besides not being a spambot, I study linguistics (although not computational linguistics...fuck that) and for most of the year live in Chicago.

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Postby Arsin » Tue Jul 17, 2007 2:03 am UTC

Hello. I'm Mike. I'm fairly sure I'm a human. I forgot to post here on my first post, so uh... Please don't bust in my door with a shotgun. I'd really appreciate it if I could continue living.
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Postby hermaj » Tue Jul 17, 2007 2:10 am UTC

NoIAmNotCanadian wrote:Right, so I'm supposed to introduce myself so y'all don't think I'm a spambot. I'm not a spambot, really. Occasionally people stop me on the street and ask me if I am, but they're usually crazy, and in any case they're wrong.

Besides not being a spambot, I study linguistics (although not computational linguistics...fuck that) and for most of the year live in Chicago.


Why aren't you Canadian? More importantly, why have you taken big steps to reaffirm this? I am sure there are lots of people who are not Canadian. :?

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Postby Ren » Tue Jul 17, 2007 2:15 am UTC

I would think that not being Canadian would be something to hide, not to broadcast.

Yeesh!
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Postby lukewarm » Tue Jul 17, 2007 4:41 am UTC

H.H wrote:
lukewarm wrote:DINOSAUR!!!


If you mean my age, I'm barely in my twenties. I learnt the art of MF working for the government.


No, no, re: the age dinosaur is definitely /me.

If you mean the machine, it will outlive those desktop calculators you call "personal computer". I can even explain why (you can guess this isn't the first discussion I've had of this sort), but I think even this forum will get bored with the technicalities.


I meant the machine, and you don't need to explain anything about it to me.
In fact, I have used punchcards to do real job, in one of my previous lives...
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Postby jgcrawfo » Tue Jul 17, 2007 6:14 am UTC

HELLO. CAN YOU HEAR ME? HOW DOES THIS THING WORK? TEST 1 2 3 1 2 3 CAN YOU HEAR ME?

HELLO. I AM NAMED JAMES. I LIVE IN ONTARIO, AND I STUDY MATH AT A UNIVERSITY THEREIN. I AM MORE OR LESS A FIFTH OF A CENTURY OLD, WITHIN A TOLERANCE OF FIVE PERCENT OF MY ACTUAL AGE.

TEST 1 2 1 2 3 CAN YOU HEAR ME OR WHAT?

Also, I post under the moniker 'slick' at forums.questionablecontent.net, if anyone is here and there.
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Postby ghoti_styx8 » Tue Jul 17, 2007 6:25 am UTC

not me first post
but meh
I only knew this existed because of a post in a bookish topic
which is why I joined, and where I immediately posted
and here I am!
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I will consider myself slightly strange due to high interest in the following~
books, duct tape, phi, math competitions (wooo), building/designing/creating/'improving' stuff, language, engineering(robotics pwns and that's all there is to it)
and lack of interest in other, more girl-appropriate things
I also play rugby for my high school
my history on the xkcd being the surfing of wikipedia (I was learning and editing) leading to the finding of some random article that mentioned it and becoming quite hooked
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I use commas and the enter key a lot (sorry...) along with elipses :P
I think I'm done
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Postby hermaj » Tue Jul 17, 2007 7:02 am UTC

jgcrawfo wrote:HELLO. CAN YOU HEAR ME? HOW DOES THIS THING WORK? TEST 1 2 3 1 2 3 CAN YOU HEAR ME?

HELLO. I AM NAMED JAMES. I LIVE IN ONTARIO, AND I STUDY MATH AT A UNIVERSITY THEREIN. I AM MORE OR LESS A FIFTH OF A CENTURY OLD, WITHIN A TOLERANCE OF FIVE PERCENT OF MY ACTUAL AGE.

TEST 1 2 1 2 3 CAN YOU HEAR ME OR WHAT?

Also, I post under the moniker 'slick' at forums.questionablecontent.net, if anyone is here and there.
I think Velociraptors are super cool.
I have integrated over love and found undesirable results.
I love to cook. Who likes to cook?


I like to cook!

So, I am sucky at maths. I am guessing we are the same age, though you probably have a couple of months on me.

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Postby tredontho » Tue Jul 17, 2007 7:07 am UTC

Hey all,

Main reason for posting in here is to avoid getting banned for fear of someone thinking I'm a bot (though if a bot asks a legitimate question relating to math or some programming language, it should still be answered, IMHO). And that's probably what the majority of my posts (for the time being) will be.
Let's see... what else can I say about myself? If there's one thing that I love most about xkcd (and really, since I used the word 'most', there can be only one), it's the fact that no matter one's knowledge of the mathematical or otherwise technical subject matter, one can still find the comic humorous. This allows me to engage my otherwise uninterested (read: non-geek) friends in conversational topics that I find interesting, rather than the normal banter about how much it sucks to have to write five History papers for next Tuesday...

I don't know what else to tell you about me, but I'll hopefully see you around (probably more than you'll see me around, I'm shy (but not anti-social))

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Postby H.H » Tue Jul 17, 2007 7:59 am UTC

lukewarm wrote:punch_cards...dinosaur zsystem...




One of the ancients... I've heard stories...


Still, e-cred aside, nothing beats the new kid on the block:

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Postby noouch » Tue Jul 17, 2007 12:32 pm UTC

Hm kinda missed this thread...
Anyway, I'm a German 2D/3D effects artist who enjoys the comic and is not a bot. Also I might have just cut my finger on the spinning fan next to me. I forgive it though because it keeps me cool and it is melting hot without. I think I can hear our workstations screaming. They are jealous because the render farm gets air conditioning.
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Postby Ren » Tue Jul 17, 2007 12:50 pm UTC

jgcrawfo wrote:HELLO. I AM NAMED JAMES. I LIVE IN ONTARIO, AND I STUDY MATH AT A UNIVERSITY THEREIN.


Which university? If you're in the 'Loo, we should go fly kites sometime.
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