LEET DAY IS TODAY

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Mar 13, 2007

LEET DAY IS TODAY by rest0re at 7:00 AM (2,239 Views / 0 Likes) 30 replies

  1. rest0re
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    Member rest0re GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    LEET DAY!!! LETS CELEBRATE IT!!!!
     


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    its L33t [​IMG]

    We have a non-L33t -er among us!!! [​IMG]
     
  3. Sefi

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    For every one person that really uses l33t, there are 10,000 that use it sarcastically and think they're funny for doing it. In my mind the people that use it and think they're instant comedians online are way worse [​IMG] .
     
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    Global Moderator Veho The man who cried "Ni".

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    Well first there were the truly l33t. Then came the posers who thought using l33t would make them cool. But then everyone was talking l33t, and it lost its l33tn3ss. And then people started making fun of all the posers by paraphrasing l33t and using it in an ironic or sarcastic manner. But then that manner of using l33t became "cool". And now everyone is being sarcastic with l33t, thinking that would make them seem smart, and now it's outdated again.
     
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    1337!!!!¡¡¡¡
     
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    sort of like napoleon dynamite. it became mainstream and then it was destroyed. like nirvana goin mainstream. stuff thats alternate should stay were they are. its best that way
    its 1337. you fool [​IMG]
     
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    Lol, 13/3/7, that's actually pretty clever and funny [​IMG]
     
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    Woah, why didn't I see it? Let's all be 1337 today! [​IMG]
     
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    Former Staff mthrnite So it goes.

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    I'm an old-school poser from waaaay back in the day.

    That's pretty elite!

    No?

    What, I'm STILL a noob?


    Dag!
     
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    Guys chill, 1337 or l33t or 133t, or whatever the hell it is. The language is not that universal, there are many forms fo it.
     
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    This is almost as awesome as 666 day.
     
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    Im totally 1337 every day so acting like it is just a natural occurance [​IMG]
     
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    Ima l337 n00b.
     
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    [​IMG] Hilarious
     
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    You two win cause your names are 1337. We all fail today. gj [​IMG]
     
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    well technically it's 13/3/07 so uh it's about 30 years till it's really 1/3/37
     
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    But then it will be 1/03/37, so once again, no l33t... So let's not be overly purist, let's write teh date the way we want, play by our own rules, and be truly 1337. [​IMG]


    (That way we get l33t day (and an excuse to get plastered) every now and then [​IMG] )
     
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    Not exactly. The 0 that would precede the 3 in 1/03/37 is insignificant, where as the 0's in 2007 are significant.
     
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    [​IMG] Well, if we're going to argue significant versus insignificant, in the month desingation "03", "0" is insignificant, because the only month with 3 in its designation is March, therefore "3" alone has a unique meaning. Whereas years are defined by their entire number, and the '07 instead of 2007 is a matter of general agreement. However, "07" written down has multiple meanings, 7 a.d., 107 a.d., 1007 a.d., 2007 a.d. etc. Meaning, the entire number is significant.

    So, if we were to be such purists, the only l33t date in history was March the thirteenth, anno Domini 37., almost 2000 years ago. In order to ever have l33t day in our time, we must be flexible in our date keeping.

    Remember , less rigid means more grog [​IMG]
     

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