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Another way of saying pregnant.
Look, billy! I'm preggy!
by Relentless July 9, 2005
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A free message board service created and owned by Patrick Clinger.
I made my post on a ProBoards forum.
by Relentless July 9, 2005
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Seen at the top of the technological heirarchy, a person fully capable of using a computer to the fullest extent, and knows at least three programming languages without having to refer back to a tutorial, and has done at least one recognizable thing with them.

Not to be confused with cracker. While a hacker may have the capacity to gain unauthorized access to a computer, he/she will only do it to expand the boundaries of knowledge and promote virtue, while a cracker will destroy the results of a hacker.

It is unorthodox to consider yourself to be a hacker, rather than be considered a hacker by other hackers.
"Change 'document.alert()' to just plain 'alert()'. You don't need the 'document' to call the string."
—Hacker
by Relentless February 13, 2005
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1.) A Democrat.
2.) The result of a liberal sitting on a toilet.
3.) A bigot.
Democraps opposing the Reconstruction started the KKK.
by Relentless February 12, 2005
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A heirarchy consisting of five levels of computer knowledge:

1. Hackers: Any of the various people who can effectively program in more than 3 languages without referring back to a tutorial. Also, hackers have the capacity to access computers, but will only do it to expand the boundaries of knowledge. It is better to be considered a hacker than to consider yourself a hacker.

2. Crackers: Not to be confused with hackers, these people access computers and destroy the information on it, effectively damage it, or render it useless. Crackers are considered to be low-level people of vice by hackers, using their skills for evil where they could otherwise be a hacker.

3. Programmer: Any user who can effectively manage files and knows at least one programming language without having to refer back to a tutorial. Programmers may learn a system function, graphics design, or hardware as an alternative to a programming language. A programmer must often know enough about a computer to offer help or fix it if it breaks.

4. User: The standard user, who is capable of using a computer properly and knows enough to get himself or herself around. A user may need help if something should happen to the computer.

5. Newbie: A beginning user who has had no experience with a computer and normally needs assistance to do the usual tasks of a computer.
"Change 'document.alert()' to just plain 'alert()'. You don't need the 'document' to call the string."
—Hacker

"Mess with the best, die like the rest."
—Cracker

"Do you know any good tutorials on anything besides JavaScript?"
Programmer

"I just use my computer to type up letters or essays and I'm done."
—User

"What's this button do?"
—Newbie
by Relentless February 12, 2005
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smite - smote - smitten

To attack or destroy by hitting, usually with a hand or a hand-held weapon.
Did he smite the kite? Has he smitten the kitten? You mean to tell me he smote the coat instead?
by Relentless July 9, 2005
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A person who kills plants for food, claiming it's evil to kill animals.
"I'm going to kill a plant and then tell everyone how bad it is to kill."
—Random Vegetarian
by Relentless February 10, 2005
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