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    Windows Nerds and Mac Nerds, so much better.


    This is your standard windows nerd. They where black, and very mean to people trying to get to know them. They are very disrespecful and always do not know when to shut up.




    This is your standard mac user. They are the trendy type, always courteous and a pleasure to talk to. They always show respect and know their place in conversations.


    if any of you think i am wrong and racist. please so indicate. because every encounter i have with windows people, they are the ruddest ****s ever.

    *by nerd, i mean user.

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    wrong. this is your standard mac nerd:




    and this is your standard windows nerd:




    they both share the name nerd for a reason. they are obs3ssed with computers.

    100 points if you can name them

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacAddikt
    wrong. this is your standard mac nerd:




    and this is your standard windows nerd:




    they both share the name nerd for a reason. they are obs3ssed with computers.

    100 points if you can name them
    Steve (Woz) Wozniak and Bill Gates. Whoohoo I'm teh winnAr! So what can I redeem said points for? Free stuff?

    -Chris

    p.s. worst thread ever

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    macaddikt is wrong, DEAD wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by )(*
    I think you got "windows nerd" confused with "angsty teenager."

    At my school, the average "Windows nerd" wears a Bungie Studios t-shirt, will never shut up about Halo, will always point and laugh at people with iPods, and will constantly tell you about his MSCE uncle who's teaching him how to hack.

    The Mac nerds (all three of us) will constantly be fighting off the unwashed hordes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassplayrr
    Steve (Woz) Wozniak and Bill Gates. Whoohoo I'm teh winnAr! So what can I redeem said points for? Free stuff?

    -Chris

    p.s. worst thread ever
    uhhh .. you can redeem them for more points?

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    Ive known average windows nerds to be just that, nerds, or try to be the opposite and be 'cool' by dressing like theyre in a heavy metal band or are pro bmx bikers. mac nerds on the other hand, are smart and responsible, and nice and very open, and are into taking a part a mac for fun and such.

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    I am both of the people you are talking about(Teen and Windows nerd) and i dont dress or behave like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxp0wer2004
    I am both of the people you are talking about(Teen and Windows nerd) and i dont dress or behave like that.
    I believe the real factor here, is that there are (let's face it) hords more Windows users. The Mac community is smaller, but stays strong by priding itself on "a sense of community". Your typical Mac user seems to be more willing to lend a hand. Being a Windbloze user as well as a Mac user, I remember all too well, splurting off system specs to my buds (earning the cool points) - perhaps being a step ahead is how people differentiate themselves in the PC community.

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    sweeeet... more points.

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    This thread is wierd. Very odd generalizations, I never really thought that any specific type of personality was drawn to a specific operating system.

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    well there is,

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    Quote Originally Posted by )(*
    well there is,

    You must be young?

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    No one has pics of Linux nerds? Hahahaha! :dive:

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    Linux nerds are very rare and don't like to be photographed.

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