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Post: # 132579Post romanticcowboy
Sat Nov 14, 2009 8:12 am

hi everyone , i like it here so far i have been messing with computers since the age of 5 years old my first computer was a commodore p.e.t with a cassette deck, i was fortunate to have a father that worked as network admin at at@t ,im looking forward to get to know everyone and sharing my knowledge ,advice for the newbies to computing learn all you can and never think you know it all cause after 20+ years im still learning


learning keeps me sane in a insane world

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Egaladeist
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Post: # 132587Post Egaladeist
Sun Nov 15, 2009 6:01 am

Welcome :mrgreen:

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Aspman
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Post: # 132618Post Aspman
Wed Nov 18, 2009 11:04 am

Hello :good:
"Man will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest."
- Denis Diderot (1713-1784)

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Post: # 132634Post dinowuff
Wed Nov 18, 2009 6:08 pm

Hi - I've noticed you have made a few posts prior to introducing yourself. Please let me point out a few rules...

General Rules
All Taz members must make one drunken unintelligible post once a month - penalty for not making said posts will result in loss of bar privileges.


Staying on Topic
No Thread outside of the technical and tutorial forums shall stay on topic for any reason. It is suggested and encouraged that any non technical post begin off topic and slowly arrive at the intended topic. Thus immediately going straight off topic again; hence avoiding intended topic and previous off topic topic.

The Rule Book
The rules of The Taz Zone are documented in the "Great Rule Book of Taz". Volume I - XXV clearly outline specific dos and donts with detailed instructions to help you not only get the FULL BENIFIT from your Taz experience, but it also holds detailed instructions on Life the Universe and Everything.

Example:

Volume VI, Book 27, Chapter 316, paragraphs 1024a - 2048b (inc sub paragraph 1957-6) and the relating correspondence "Ten more reasons to Promote the Taz" By the Egg Man himself.
(Clearly stating that "Thou Shall NOT SPAM"); - hold the truths to Global Warming, The New Ice Age, Holes in our atmosphere and the reason why man should never answer the question: "Do these pants make my ass look big".

Since there are 12,391,020.356 pages in the "Great Rule Book of Taz" and that it would take 615.00001766924756799682350605519 years to read and another 3.500257 years to digest. The Great Rule Book of Taz is mostly ignored, but referenced quite often.

Once you get your secret Taz Decoder ring, you will be able to find the "Great Rule Book of Taz". DO NOT ATTEMPT TO LOCATE THE BOOK WITHOUT YOUR DECODER RING.

Well those are all the rules you'll need for now...

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Egaladeist
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Post: # 132637Post Egaladeist
Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:29 pm

I concur :mrgreen:

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Post: # 132639Post Morganlefay
Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:00 pm

Decoder Ring!!!! :shock:

I never got no stinking decoder ring!!!! :sad:

How come I never got no stinking decoder ring!! :imsorry:

How am I supposed to read the fricken rule book with no stinking decoder ring?? :angry1:

I dont need no stinking decoder ring....cause I aint gonna follow the stinking rules :finger:

MLF

Oh...BTW...Welcome romanticcowboy :flowers:
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Post: # 132640Post SirDice
Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:28 pm

dinowuff wrote:the reason why man should never answer the question: "Do these pants make my ass look big".
This must be the single most scariest question in the universe :swoon:
Oliver's Law:
Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.

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Post: # 132643Post Aspman
Thu Nov 19, 2009 9:29 am

Morganlefay wrote:Decoder Ring!!!! :shock:

I never got no stinking decoder ring!!!! :sad:

How come I never got no stinking decoder ring!! :imsorry:

How am I supposed to read the fricken rule book with no stinking decoder ring?? :angry1:

I dont need no stinking decoder ring....cause I aint gonna follow the stinking rules :finger:

MLF

Oh...BTW...Welcome romanticcowboy :flowers:
Women don't need a decoder ring. They are naturally encrypted.
"Man will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest."
- Denis Diderot (1713-1784)

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