Decoded Geek Code


GEEK TYPE CODE [GCS]

Geek of Computer Science.

GEEK DRESS CODE [d-(?)]

My tendencies on this issue range from: "I'm usually in jeans and a t-shirt.", to: "I have no idea what I am wearing right now, let alone what I wore yesterday."

GEEK SHAPE CODE [s+:]

I'm a little taller than most.

GEEK AGE CODE [a19>?]

I am 19 years old. But someday I'd like to say: "I am immortal."

GEEK COMPUTERS CODE [C++++]

I'll be first in line to get the new cybernetic interface installed into my skull.

GEEK PERL CODE [P++]

Perl is a powerful programming tool. I don't write shell scripts anymore because I write them in Perl.

GEEK EMACS CODE [E-(----)]

My tendencies on this issue range from: "Emacs is too big and bloated for my tastes", to: "Emacs sucks! pico forever!!!"

GEEK WORLD WIDE WEB CODE [W++@]

I have a homepage. I surf daily. My homepage is advertised in my .signature. But that varies...

GEEK USENET CODE [N]

Usenet News? Sure, I read that once.

GEEK USENET ORACLE CODE [o?]

Usenet Oracle? I don't even know what that is...

GEEK KIBO CODE [K-]

I don't know who Kibo is.

GEEK MICROSOFT WINDOWS CODE [w(+)$]

My tendencies on this issue range from: "Ok, so I use MS Windows, I don't have to like it.", to: "I have installed my own custom sounds, wallpaper, and screen savers so my PC walks and talks like a fun house. Oh yeah, I have a hundred TrueType(tm) fonts that I've installed but never used. I never lose Minesweeper and Solitaire" Getting paid for it!

GEEK MACINTOSH CODE [M--]

Macs do more than suck. They make a user stupid by allowing them to use the system without knowing what they are doing. Mac weenies have lower IQs than the fuzz in my navel.

GEEK VMS CODE [V-]

Unix is much better than VMS for my computing needs.

GEEK POLITICS & SOCIAL ISSUES CODE [PS+]

My whole concept of liberalism is that nobody has the right to tell anybody else what to do, on either side of the political fence. If you don't like it, turn the bloody channel.

GEEK POLITICS & ECONOMIC ISSUES CODE [PE]

Distrust both government and business.

GEEK CYPHERPUNKS CODE [Y]

I'm pretty indifferent on the whole issue.

GEEK PGP CODE [PGP]

I've used it, but stopped long ago.

GEEK STAR TREK CODE [t+@]

It's a damn fine TV show and is one of the only things good on television any more. But that varies...

GEEK BABYLON 5 CODE [5]

I've seen it, I am pretty indifferent to it.

GEEK X FILES CODE [X]

Ho hum. Just another Fox show.

GEEK ROLE-PLAYING CODE [R++>+++]

There is no life outside the role of the die. I know all of the piddly rules of (chosen game). _MY_ own warped rules scare the rest of the players. But someday I'd like to say: "I've written and published my own gaming materials."

GEEK TELEVISION CODE [tv--]

I turn my tv on during natural disasters.

GEEK BOOKS CODE [b++(+++)]

My tendencies on this issue range from: "I find the time to get through at least one new book a month.", to: "I consume a few books a week as part of a staple diet."

GEEK DOOM CODE [D++]

I've played the shareware version and bought the real one and I'm actually pretty good at the game. I occasionally download PWAD files and play them too.

THE GEEK CODE [G]

I know what the geek code is and even did up this code.

GEEK EDUCATION CODE [e]

Finished High School.

GEEK HOUSING CODE [h!>++]

I am stuck living with my parents! But someday I'd like to say: "Living in a cave with 47 computers and an Internet feed, located near a Dominoes pizza. See !d."

GEEK RELATIONSHIPS CODE [r]

I date periodically.

GEEK SEX CODE [y?]

Male. It's none of your business what my sex life is like.

-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
Version: 3.1
GCS d-(?) s+: a19>? C++++ P++ E-(----) W++@ N o? K- w(+)$ M-- V- PS+ PE Y
PGP t+@ 5 X R++>+++ tv-- b++(+++) D++ G e h!>++ r y?
------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------


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