February 8th, 2005

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User Number: 400561
Date Created:11-24-2001
Number of Posts: 295

Jimbojones, also known (to no one but himself) as "the Zen Bastard," is a fictional internet character known for alternating bouts of introspective musing and brash extroverted storytelling.
Strengths: Unusual cross-genre audience-pleasing skills make it possible for shy, sweet girls to laugh gleefully at horrible stories about bodily fluids and potato chips and Manly Men to empathize with somber, emotional revelations.
Weaknesses: Full of self, perfectly capable of following up bouts of frenzied two-post-per-day volubility with three months of utter LJ silence, tends to hold "shift" key down while thinking for so long that the goddamned Accessibility thing pops up and tries to turn handicapped features on.  Fumes impotently at Windows' refusal to acknowledge the "never do this again" checkbox present in the aforementioned Accessibility dialog.
Special Skills: Professional systems administrator, knows just how your mom likes it.
Weapons: Interminable philosophizing, unstoppable sex appeal, pictures of your mom naked.
Natural Enemies: Shitty drivers (interstate), shitty drivers (computer hardware), overly complacent people.

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[User Picture] From: hydrozoa
Date: February 7th, 2005 - 11:39 pm
your picture looked so "cool" that i had to change mine to something less dopey.

you're so cool, jim.

[User Picture] From: jimbojones
Date: February 7th, 2005 - 11:45 pm

I liked your first picture, too. Although this one is more intriguing, with its enigmatic hint of "my birthday dessert is both embarassing and arousing me!" action. =)

[User Picture] From: hydrozoa
Date: February 7th, 2005 - 11:49 pm

reptiles aren't feminine

i couldn't settle on an emotion for that other one--it was cute sometimes, but bordering on scary and reptilian other times. this one's pretty safe. if only my glasses were "shades"....

[User Picture] From: fishpig
Date: February 9th, 2005 - 07:37 am
That shift key nonsense drives me bonkers, esp. its refusal to remember never do this again.

I should say "used to", as I've just tested it and Windows seems finally to have got the message. That's probably what the update I've just downloaded was really about...

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