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Chris Christman
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Burning a DVD Movie Help
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Chris Christman replied to Chris Pirillo's discussion 'Second Round: Win a Wii!'
"Would love for someone here to win the Wii this time, even if it isn't me."
Feb 11, 2009
Chris Christman replied to Chris Pirillo's discussion 'Wanna Win a Wii? It's Possible...'
"What would I do with a Wii? Give it to my greatest and closest friend, Josh. That man is a Nintendo fanatic, and he has wanted a Wii for the longest time. However, college has taken its toll on his wallet, so he is stuck with a Gamecube. So, if I…"
Jan 29, 2009

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What kind of geek are you?
Gamer/Literature Geek
Why do you consider yourself a geek?
Passionate about subjects considered "geeky" or "anti-social"
How did you find out about our Geek community?
Chris Pirillo
What are your "geeky equipment" specs?
While I don't feel the need to validate myself based on my equipment, I own quite a few video games, a computer, books, a hermit crab, a few different TCG cards, and a toy lightsaber.
What do you want to be when you grow up?
A Pilot
What makes you laugh?
Anything really
What is the thing in life you treasure most?
My dearest Laura
What's the geekiest thing you've ever done?
Hmmm.....I forced Mozilla Firefox on all the schools computers my junior year in high school. I went in, guerilla style, around the firewall, and installed Firefox on all the computers in the library and got rid of the desktop icon for IE. Within a few months, all the computers in the school, teachers and all, saw how awesome it was and installed it of their own free will.
What do you do to entertain yourself?
Read, draw, chat, blog, chat some more
Favorite music, movies, books, shows, artists, games, people, events, hobbies, etc.?
AC/DC, H. P. Lovecraft, Metallica, J. K. Rowling, Rock Band, Guitar Hero, A Clockwork Orange, Stanley Kubrick, I love Bees, Star Trek The Next Generation, Jean-Luc Picard, Role-Playing, Chatting, James Woods, Ben Affleck, Kevin Smith
What's your Web site / blog address?
http://www.hanoffaprimoris.blogspot.com/

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Top Five Butt-Kicking Female Hotties

Posted on December 4, 2008 at 3:30am 1 Comment

Hot females in pop culture aren't hard to find. Finding one who could beat the crap out of anyone who gets in there way? Harder to find. Finding one who can beat the crap out of anyone and isn't a two-dimensional cardboard cut-out of a character? Even harder. That's why I've come to bring you a list of the top five butt-kicking females. There are a few rules to the list:



-They have to come from some facet of pop culture. Be it comics, movies, books, or TV.

-The characters… Continue

The Modern Theater

Posted on October 19, 2008 at 11:15pm 0 Comments

I love movies. More specifically, I love going to the movie theater. Something about the environment just takes me back to when I was younger. The seating, the people, the big screen, all of it combines to create a great feeling. This past weekend, I went with my girlfriend to do some shopping at a mall and to top off the night, we decided to go see a movie, in this case Oliver Stone's "W.". My excitement to see the movie ended at the ticket counter.



The tickets were $10 a piece for… Continue

Geek Civil War

Posted on October 17, 2008 at 2:19am 2 Comments

I recently began a thread in a forum that I frequent about making a Geek Confession. My confession was that I had never seen Alien or Aliens, and I was curious if anyone else out there had anything they thought might somehow hurt their "geek cred" as it were, but wanted to put it out in the open. I was flooded with responses ranging from never having read Harry Potter, to enjoying Spider-Man 3. I was glad to see I wasn't the only one, but it got me to thinking. It made me think about this sort… Continue

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At 3:44pm on December 23, 2008, Charon said…


That's thankin' you Geek Fight! style!
At 9:37pm on December 15, 2008, Ryan Moon said…
i have to say that some mighty fine joker makeup sir
At 11:35am on November 9, 2008, Kris said…
Thanks for commenting on my blog post.
At 9:32am on October 20, 2008, Atrion Darnay said…
Hey, Thanks for commenting on my Discussion, Drop by my page sometime ^_^

Btw - Like your Geekiest Moment
At 3:38am on October 17, 2008, Fogarty said…
Oh! And my general response to someone who hasn't seen something (say, a movie like Alien or Aliens or... I don't know. The Big Lebowski or Shaun of the Dead) that I consider crucial to a full life experience is: "Cool! You're lucky. You get to have that experience all fresh and new for the first time whenever you get around to it!" It's exciting -- not something worthy of scorn. No one knows everything (heck, few of us know anything)!

We go at our own pace. I once met someone who had never seen Star Wars! I'm sure she's gotten around to it by now (this was about 15 years ago), but at the time it just seemed... weird. Like we were looking at someone who'd confessed that she was a sea creature who only breathed air through highly technological apparatus beyond our ken. It was nearly impossible to fathom that she hadn't seen what most considered fairly ubiquitous.

Anyway, yeah. I guess I could've responded to this more succinctly with an "I agree!"

I agree!

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