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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-24-2004, 05:26 PM Thread Starter
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Default Rate your self as a router person (may not be what you think)

Where I live it is Friday night and the weekend has started. Has it been another one of "those" weeks for you? Maybe this will help.

Rate yourself as a router person, let's say on a scale of 1 to 10 and tell why, but wait this is meant to be humorous and so you can show how clever or funny you are. Below are some examples.

I would say I rate a 5 because I use my router everyday. It is a doorstop for the bedroom door.

A 10, when we have a natural emergency a black helicopter stops and picks me up and we fly to a secret base so they have a national router expert available.

Maybe a 9, the Router Workshop guys have me on their speed dialers to help solve router problems.

I would have to say Im higher then a 10, aliens have taken me 3 times to steal router secrets.

OK maybe these are not toooo funny and Im sure you can do better.

But wait here is one more:

I hate to say this but I must be a 0, I got a new Netgear gigabit router and I can not get it to cut wood, I dont even know where the bit goes.
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I rate myself a 10+++ for the following reasons.

My router...I never leave home without it.
I've done everything with my router.


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I rate myself a 0... whats a router? *sarcastic*

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I think I'm a 10, you see I claim my router as a dependent and they IRS said, "OK". Now I'm getting a social security for it, for you know when it retires.
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I'm a 11 . My router has worn out over one million brushes.


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not sure cause i havent tryed it yet but i know they give you two wreches so you can hold on better when you use it on that though stuff.

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Probably a 9.5, as I have more routers than children, and sometimes accused of wanting to spend more time with them than my children.....

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My wife keeps wanting to know who I love more. My router or her.


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I rate my self a 5 because when I use it it don't give me a headache and it listens better then my wife and kids.
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Hey, enough of the wife bashing!!
Some women like routers, too.
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