Mon Nov 22, 2010 4:46 pm Post
Mon Nov 22, 2010 4:48 pm Post
kdbertel wrote:garpu wrote:I'm a misanthrope when it comes to computers.
You're a person who hates people when it comes to computers?
(Remember, "misanthrope" comes from the Greek words "miso" and "anthropos", which are "hate" and "man (person)", respectively...)
garpu wrote:I'm a hater-man when it comes to computers
Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:09 pm Post
Jaysen wrote:Wouldn't that be interpretable via context (not a greek scholar by any stretch)?
Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:17 pm Post
kdbertel wrote:Jaysen wrote:Wouldn't that be interpretable via context (not a greek scholar by any stretch)?
Yes, I understood what he meant. I was simply being pedantic (if there's one place I figure I can be pedantic about language, it's among a bunch of writers), though trying to be less-than-serious about it.
But the definition of the word still stands. I found the juxtaposition of using a word that explicitly refers to human beings being used in reference to computers to be amusing.
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MimeticMouton wrote:ELeP_PerthAU - Click in the taskbar to focus the window, right-click on the taskbar item and select "Move", and then tap an arrow key to get the window back onto your screen.
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