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Tuesday, January 25th, 2005
Twickenham Stadium, 18th June 2005; tickets booked through presales (I knew there was a good reason I signed up to U2.com)
Ow, expensive, ow, ow, ow.
If someone is described to you as a geek -- without further qualification -- do you assume that:
They know a lot about and/or are very enthusiastic about computers
They know a lot about and/or are very enthusiastic about other tech
They know a lot about and/or are very enthusiastic about a non-tech subject
If someone is described to you as an X geek, do you assume that:
they know a lot about X
they are very enthusiastic about X
they know a lot about and/or are very enthusiastic about a particular windowing system
they used to be a geek but they're not any more
Are you a geek?
Yes, of the computers/tech variety
Yes, of the non-tech variety (e.g. frock geek)
Is being described as a geek a positive or negative thing?
Yes, say it loud, I'm a geek and I'm proud
No. Call me a geek and I'll break your kneecaps. Oh no, does that make me a violencegeek?