Honestly I think that being "leet" and l33t speak are both just silly. If you're good with computers so be it. Help your friends, get an IT job, but don't use an internet cliche' to label yourself. It's just another way of showing off to try and look cool.jstager said:Look I'm l33t, yippie!
Xalimander said:I made teh cewlest thread evaar and sum wise-arse cl00sed iit, H00W UNFAIIIR
moe said:perhaps the reason behind this is the fact that you lack the ability to stimulate peoples minds into conversations of any kind, basicly your stupid and your threads have been found lacking anything of genuine interest.
jstager said:I don't hate l33t speak, I just hate assholes like him who ruin it's reputation.
Lemme put it this way...l33t speak was used back in the old days in censored forums as a tool for geeks to properly utilize their freedom of speech.
However, l33t speak and being l33t are two totally different forms. Being l33t is nothing but being incredibly good with computers (It's essentially the Japanese equivalent of Otaku). l33t speak is used by people who wish that they were truly l33t, like us.
You want proof I'm l33t?
My computer will soon have Dual 1.8GHz AMD Duron processors, with a 9700 Pro.
I already have the 9700 and both Durons, but the motherboard is on backorder and should be here soon.
Now THAT system will rock for gaming. It will also own everyone else's PC on this forum .