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6 definitions by TheEnlightened

 
1.
By far the illest city in the world. Amazing food, amazing women, and of course, the world's best architecture.
Don't believe me? Just visit the damn place.

Dubai is the trading centre of the Middle East, and is the most liberal Islamic city/emirate there is.
by TheEnlightened January 27, 2005
 
2.
Simply one of the finest automotive breeds in the world. Audi A8 takes the crown in the luxury division, imo.
And so, another Audi wins the LeMans 24 hours for the fifth year straight.
by TheEnlightened December 21, 2004
 
3.
A mathematical concept of utmost importance in mathematics and physics. Not a number.

(This is also NOT the absolutely superb luxury division of Nissan. That is spelled INFINITI with an "I", retards. Get the spelling right, and stop disgracing the brand.)
You may think you understand infinity, but you really don't. No human does. Its like picturing the 4th spatial dimensions. Can't be done by human beings.
by TheEnlightened December 27, 2004
 
4.
The coolest character of The Matrix Trilogy.
I wannabe Agent Smith (ya know, the self-copying kickass virus)!
by TheEnlightened December 21, 2004
 
5.
How about this for some variety (and truth, more importantly). Contrary to the unintelligible grunts of the brainless morons who have posted 99% of the definitions regarding this word (they clearly need to ease off on all the Haterade), Microsoft Windows XP/2000/Server 2003 is by far the best series of OSs ever made. This coming from someone who has used all three and compared them to Apple Mac OS and GNU/Linux alternatives. The .NET framework is an excellently designed programming and software development infrastructure, unparalleled in its elegance. Don't believe me? Ask all the Mac - and sometimes even Linux - users who have shot their boxes with M60s, frustrated because of the zillionth program that wasn't compatible with the OS. And ALL operating systems crash; it is a fundamental law in computer science - the bug-free program is nothing but a myth.
With a triple-boot setup on my computer, I find myself having to constantly reboot my system due to Mandrake 10.0 Linux's spectacular shortcomings - especially the harware compatibility woes. And what do I reboot into? Take a guess.....
by TheEnlightened December 27, 2004
 
6.
A micro-processor (and other hardware components) manufacturer that needs to taught the meaning of the word innovation. In this respect, rival AMD is no better, having produced absolutely nothing original since its creation. Competition is currently so cut-throat that both companies are shit-scared of each other, trying to cover their asses from the next big dud (HyperThreading anyone?).
Now that clock-speed mania has finally subsided, both companies are rushing to finalise production of affordable 1st-generation dual-core PCs. A sensible prediction would be that the Intel Smithfield core will be obscenely expensive but will most definitely outperform AMD's dual-core answer (and yes, I do realise that current stats show otherwise). To top off with the proverbial icing on the cake, both companies capitalise on enthusiast hype to market their bloody awful technology which has been sucking shit through a straw for the past 10 years (much longer for Intel). Neither of these two giants have the foresight to invest in something more feasible for the 21st century; more specifically, quantum processing.
The companies have tremendous fan-following (most of the fans being utterly fucked in the head) despite their childish one-upmanship which has been going on for seemingly an eternity.
Intel released the world's first 64-bit commercial micro-processor, naming it the Itanium. Guess what? It was the biggest piece of steaming crap since Apple's Macintosh OS.

AMD has rummaged through Intel's trashbin since the dawn of the company, and has proven to be exceedingly good at sorting through filth, copying everything Intel has created to date.

Both idiot-companies are still pushing the 25 year old binary processor architecture, by waging an electron-pushing war.
by TheEnlightened March 23, 2005