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Old 10-06-05, 08:26 AM   #1
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The CTL-V Game!!

We have this thread at my other (computer geek) forum and I've always found it quite fun.

It's easy....just start a new post and hit <CTL>-V to paste in whatever is in you clipboard. It's quite fun sometimes.


Ok....first one.
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SrsSetAngle
That's a function name for a driver I'm working on right now (at work). A device driver for a SynchroResolver Simulator Test Device.
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<div class="divNavigation">
<asp:Button Id="btnEdit" Runat="Server" Text="Edit Vendor" />
<asp:Button Id="btnNew" Runat="Server" Text="New Vendor" />
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REeally old code that i am too lazy to replace with a newer component. Navigation for one of many screens for an inventory web application. They want that nav moved to the top so that its easier to click without having to scroll.
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This MUST be entertaining to computer geeks. Sadly, I don't speak the language, so I don't get it. I'm also reluctant to do this, in case something incriminating from "HotLustyNurses.com" should show up. Boy, would my face be red.
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This MUST be entertaining to computer geeks. Sadly, I don't speak the language, so I don't get it. I'm also reluctant to do this, in case something incriminating from "HotLustyNurses.com" should show up. Boy, would my face be red.
lmao.
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Huh, nothing there. Oh, well, I suck....
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(order 10 for MAC 550)

This is a note to remind me which new templates to order for an upcoming show. It is in the clipboard because I was copying it from a little sticky note into OneNote so it's more organized.
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wow...researching options for a wedding anniversary celebration, here's what was on my clipboard...

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Can you recommend a popular dinner cruise?




Odyssey Cruises
600 Water St SW, Washington DC 20024 202.488.6000
Washington's most elegant dinner cruise ship, the Odyssey, passes the banks of Old Town Alexandria, National Airport, and several DC monuments. The newly-renovated Odyssey is a beautiful European-style, glass ceiling touring ship with a gorgeous hardwood dance floor and live band. The cuisine is American Continental with French influences. Boarding takes place at the Gangplank Marina at 6th and Water Streets, SW. Pricing varies. Dress is upscale casual. Reservations are required.
HOURS M-Th 7pm-10pm, F & Sat 7pm-11m, Sun 6:30pm-9:30pm
PRICE $$$$ Rate this

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Spirit of Washington
6th & Water St SW, Washington DC 20024 202.554.8000
The Spirit of Washington is a large vessel with three levels, two bands, and a roof-top deck that provides panoramic views of Washington DC. The Spirit serves American Continental cuisine and offers a party-style atmosphere. Parking is available in the lot across from 6th and Water Street. Pricing varies. Dress is upscale casual. Reservations are required.
HOURS T-Sun 6:30pm-10pm
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Dandy and Nina's Dandy Dinner Cruises
Zero Prince St, Alexandria VA 22314 703.683.6076
The Dandy and Nina's Dandy (Nina's is the larger of the two) are lovely dinner cruise ships, featuring intimate dance floors, DJ-hosted music, candlelit tables, delicious American cuisine, and scenic trips down the Potomac River. The Nina's Dandy offers a Sunday Champagne Brunch for $45, lunch each Saturday for $42, lunch every Monday-Friday for $35, dinner every Sunday-Friday for $75, and Saturday dinner for $85. The Dandy offers lunch on Sundays for $40, lunch each Saturday for $37, lunch every Monday-Friday for $32, dinner every Sunday-Friday for $70, and Saturday dinner for $78. Pricing subject to change. Check the web site for specific boarding times.
HOURS M-Sat 6pm-10pm
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http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/prospectpeloton/


this was from yesterday (just got to work now). suprised to see it still in my clipboard, and even more surprised to see it's cycling related. well, maybe not to surprised:
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Are those guys covered in mud? lmao Good god that must have been fun lmao. Hope the water wasn't too acidic. could leave a damned aftertaste in the mouth.
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Are those guys covered in mud? lmao Good god that must have been fun lmao. Hope the water wasn't too acidic. could leave a damned aftertaste in the mouth.
i think it's just a stock photo of the paris roubaix race. i would be very surpised to see a mad group of cyclists covered head to toe in mud riding around brooklyn.
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This MUST be entertaining to computer geeks. Sadly, I don't speak the language, so I don't get it. I'm also reluctant to do this, in case something incriminating from "HotLustyNurses.com" should show up. Boy, would my face be red.
If it were your username and password, I, for one, would not complain.
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Assembly homework.
AWWW I feel your pain I've helped many a CS student with some form of motorola/mips assembly. Have yet to take a CS course yet, and somehow get the feeling I may never bother to
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AWWW I feel your pain I've helped many a CS student with some form of motorola/mips assembly. Have yet to take a CS course yet, and somehow get the feeling I may never bother to
Assembly is fun in a morbid geeky sadistic kind of way.

I had two different classes that went through Assembly language in college. One was writing assembly programs on an IBM mainframe, embedded into a JCL script. That was a challenging class (things like calculating sines and cosines using the Taylor series in assembly ). Another class was Motorolla assembler for a microprocessors class (assembly in the lab portion).

I guess we also did some Motorola assembly in Computer System Design and my senior project as well (Motorola MCHC11 microcontroller controlled car).

At work I've done a little RH32 assembly (based on PowerPC core I believe).
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The problem is that in the lab I work in we use VB, so this isn't all that useful to me. I'm also supposed to be learning C (already know C++, this is the easy one), VB, and programming BASIC stamps by the end of the semester. And I'm a biomedical engineer!
lmao - if you know C++ then you know C. C is just C++ with less cool stuff. Like i dont think C has templates or operator overloading (which is how C++ got its name). I never really bothered to learn C. I was doing pascal and basica/basicg on the trs-80 and then switched over to x86 and studied asm, C++, pascal and delphi. Now I live in a managed world and asm is soooooo evil unless its MSIL. I also tried to study the apple IIe assembly. God that was difficult. I built my own TRS-80 Assembler teaching myself z-80 asm from scratch. Yes it was a sadistic world
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teaching myself z-80 asm from scratch. Yes it was a sadistic world
One of my college lab classes was to build a functional Z-80 computer on a breadboard. Each week's lab was another piece of the overall "computer".

Memory Controller one week
Some special case instruction logic another
Interface to UART and other I/O another
etc......

Boy was that a blast! At end of semester we burned a small (3 or 4 line assembly) program into the EEPROM and ran it!
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1. Kinsey's survey discovered that
A. human sexual behavior varies to a great degree
B. there is a physiological cause of nymphomania
C. sexual behavior is less variable than people had imagined
D. the stages of sexual arousal are excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution
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D. the stages of sexual arousal are excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution

i.e. "I resolve to never have sex with you again--what the hell was I thinking?"

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LOL....post I was referencing in another forum.
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