Well it looks like we all agree she is an attractive woman. Since we can't share her, all of you must be eliminated. Due to the sheer numbers however, I have to hire Arnold Shwarzaneger to go back in time and terminate your mothers (before you were born type scenario). God forbid anyone reads this post and thinks we're all nut cases.
Psst...Jeff e-mail me the list. Reverse alphabetical. werejag if you hear "I'LL BE BOK!", just keep running. Hehe
Post by David Murray on Mar 22, 2008 7:53:43 GMT -5
Fortunatly, I haven't seen Jeri on these forums in a while.. Well, I only say fortunatly because of the current conversation. Otherwise, it would be nice to have her on here.
Anyway, this entire discussion sort of reminds me of the early days of BBS and the internet. The ratio of male vs. female was essentially like this:
90% nerds 5% regular guys 5% regular girls
So, naturally, any female (attractive or otherwise since nobody could see a picture of them) got tons of attention from all the nerds. The 5% regular guys didn't care too much because they already had girlfriends in the real world.
Anyway, unfortunatly, our tiny Commodore community pretty much reflects that same ratio, probably due to the fact that we all come from that age when young nerdy boys were the only ones using computers.
Okay.. now.. to be completely honest:
1) I was one of those nerdy boys.. so I am not trying to insult. 2) Jeri is moderately attractive. She is not insanely movie-star gorgious, like she is often made up to be. I suspect if she were not a chip designer and had no interest in computers, and instead was interested in cooking or gardening, she wouldn't get much attention at all from us. It is simply easy for her to get attention because she is the ONLY female, and there is no competition. Which is actually very sad. Most girls have computers today, but none of them have ever/will ever know the joy of having a Commodore.