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Are You Comfortable Talking Geek with your Peers?

by Computational / May 6, 2010 3:30 AM PDT

- Very Comfortable
- Somewhat Comfortable
- Somewhat Uncomfortable
- Very Uncomfortable
- No interest in talking geek with peers

Further explanation is welcomed.

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Is this a new language?
by Porch-a-Geese / July 4, 2010 2:29 PM PDT

Why be such a separatist in everyday affairs? Fear of dealing with reality?

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Depends who I'm having the conversation with...
by baronchester / July 22, 2010 10:12 PM PDT

If I'm talking with a non-technical (non-geek) person, no. But I am very much willing to explain to him/her until they give up (which happens quite often). LOL! But I'm not saying I'm a super geek... but I'm definitely geekier than a lot of my peers. Grin

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A friend is a friend...
by Williamer / August 2, 2010 12:48 AM PDT

If I admit to being comfortable with you fellow geeks, is that considered to be 'geeky'? Hahaa...I talk about whatever I want with my friends..thats why we?re friends, because they don?t judge me in a negative light (well, not enough to get rid of me as a friend anyway!)

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