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Old February 12 2009, 12:34 AM   #16
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Re: HAHA! I have partly solved the mystery of women...

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Yep, Skynet flares up into a murderous rage, but then keeps going quiet for 3 weeks or so. Programming flaw?
You know what you did!!!!!!
Here, have some chocolate. Or coffee flavored chocolate ...
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Old February 12 2009, 12:48 AM   #17
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Re: HAHA! I have partly solved the mystery of women...

I always have the problem: while I'm single, the women won't see your standing. When you've got a girlfriend... all of the sudden all the girls start flying around you. Yeah, it must be the Collective which shares some eh... "sensitive" information. Because if you fail, next day all the women look at you with this stupid smile on their face and keep laughing at you. If you enable the higher vocal sounds of the unit in question, next day the women around you smile as well, but it's more of a "hey man... don't we know eachother? *big smile*

I'm not sure what I would like more: with or without the neural network...
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Old February 12 2009, 12:49 AM   #18
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Old February 12 2009, 02:07 AM   #19
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I think all women are networked together somehow. I can't explain it any other way. I made the phone-clerk at job-is-job angry today, and then I went to the post office and the postal-clerk was angry, and then I called my wife at the hospital and she was angry too.

Suddenly it clicked. This is how they multi-task so effortlessly. The idle women process tasks for the busy ones. That explains why Jenifer gets so tired while seemingly doing nothing. "They" are using her un-assigned brain-cycles to run active processes.

Now I'm sitting here faxing something and I just realized the fax-tones sound EXACTLY like my wife when she calls one of her co-workers for information. High-speed, shrill and full of information.

Amazing. So by that logic the blond ones must have limited or no connectivity and the red ones must have some kind of T3-line to the Mood Swing CPU.

Well. Now that I've figured this all out, I fully expect to meet a painful and messy demise at the hands of one of these creatures. In fact I'm sure The Collective is figuring it now and dispatching units as I type this.

Ah well. Hope she's cute at least.
Let me get this straight. You pissed of three women in a row today yet they're the ones with the problem?

Okay then...
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Old February 12 2009, 02:20 AM   #20
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Re: HAHA! I have partly solved the mystery of women...

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yeah, I thought this was well known? The Female Neural Network was what Al Gore used as the basis for the Internet...
So you're saying it's NOT a series of tubas?
Could be either. Tuba or not tuba.
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Old February 12 2009, 02:31 AM   #21
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That is the question.
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Old February 12 2009, 08:04 AM   #22
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Yep, Skynet flares up into a murderous rage, but then keeps going quiet for 3 weeks or so. Programming flaw?
You know what you did!!!!!!
We very rarely, if ever, do know what we did.
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Old February 12 2009, 09:56 AM   #23
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Yep, Skynet flares up into a murderous rage, but then keeps going quiet for 3 weeks or so. Programming flaw?
You know what you did!!!!!!
I pre-emptivly appologize and offer you these flowers and chocolates as a token to you.
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Old February 12 2009, 02:25 PM   #24
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Oh, maaaan! Now that you've revealed it, and we know it... they're going to change it all!! We'll have to start from scratch!

O, maaaaaaan!...
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Old February 12 2009, 03:14 PM   #25
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Lies! There are no figuring out women! I thought I had one sort of figured out, but I was wrong, sooo wrong.
We've all been down that path, friend.
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Old February 12 2009, 03:25 PM   #26
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I AM Catherine Weaver.
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Old February 12 2009, 03:42 PM   #27
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Yep, Skynet flares up into a murderous rage, but then keeps going quiet for 3 weeks or so. Programming flaw?
You know what you did!!!!!!
Here, have some chocolate. Or coffee flavored chocolate ...
Nom nom nom....

But that still doesn't change what you did. And you know what it was.
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Old February 12 2009, 04:35 PM   #28
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Men will never figure it out. The sooner they accept that women are the superior gender, the sooner we'll know world peace.

Think about it, the human race would die off if there were no women. No reproduction, no children. Guys, can you envision any males willing to be pregnant if science were to come up with a way for it to happen regularly? Men would probably be even more aggressive and territorial from pent-up sexual frustration, leading to more wars and faster dying off of the species.

No men? There's got to be enough sperm in sperm banks nowadays to allow for a continuation of the human species. Between that and the frozen embryos, we're virtually guaranteed to continue. Most women don't seem to have the need to prove whose is bigger. And we've got plenty of sexual outlets that men wouldn't even get a rise out of. War? Why kill people we'd just have to get pregnant to replace? I mean, seriously, why go through the nine months of hormonal torture and eighteen years of child rearing just for one soldier in a war? The investment of time and energy to give birth to and raise one soldier to die in battle is just not worth the ROI.

Again, men will never figure it out. If you did, we'd have to kill you all off and start over. Quite frankly, I've got better things to do with my time.
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Old February 12 2009, 04:47 PM   #29
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Men will never figure it out. The sooner they accept that women are the superior gender, the sooner we'll know world peace.

Think about it, the human race would die off if there were no women. No reproduction, no children. Guys, can you envision any males willing to be pregnant if science were to come up with a way for it to happen regularly? Men would probably be even more aggressive and territorial from pent-up sexual frustration, leading to more wars and faster dying off of the species.

No men? There's got to be enough sperm in sperm banks nowadays to allow for a continuation of the human species. Between that and the frozen embryos, we're virtually guaranteed to continue. Most women don't seem to have the need to prove whose is bigger. And we've got plenty of sexual outlets that men wouldn't even get a rise out of. War? Why kill people we'd just have to get pregnant to replace? I mean, seriously, why go through the nine months of hormonal torture and eighteen years of child rearing just for one soldier in a war? The investment of time and energy to give birth to and raise one soldier to die in battle is just not worth the ROI.

Again, men will never figure it out. If you did, we'd have to kill you all off and start over. Quite frankly, I've got better things to do with my time.
TerriO, isn't that an early Roddenberry script?
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Old February 12 2009, 04:50 PM   #30
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You think I follow Roddenberry?
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