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    atiVidia's Avatar ^would've been cool.
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    click google in my sig. ull see it

    its real. i found it in the language tools section.

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    Ugh 1337 speak is so annoying. Is it really hard writing out whole words in full grammer? I guess so.

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    Originally posted by Arm@23 June 2004 - 17:52
    Ugh 1337 speak is so annoying. Is it really hard writing out whole words in full grammer? I guess so.
    what does 1337 mean?

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    1337 = leet = elite = Really annoying jargon of the English language that a few lobodomy patients started.

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    Originally posted by Ariel_001+23 June 2004 - 21:59--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Ariel_001 @ 23 June 2004 - 21:59)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Arm@23 June 2004 - 17:52
    Ugh 1337 speak is so annoying. Is it really hard writing out whole words in full grammer? I guess so.
    what does 1337 mean? [/b][/quote]
    i thought u wud have known&#33;

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    Saw this somewhere...

    Many people will argue that it started with the popular game Counter Strike, but X&#39;s def. is the most correct. According to "The Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling, it was an invented language used to confuse FBI and NSA sniffing programs during Operation Sundevil, when the government placed "wiretaps" on the Killer server to find hackers. Used extensively after the E911 document scandal and the theft of Korn 78 and other UNIX programs by AT&T. Google "Fry Guy", "Terminus", "Gail Thackery", "Acid Phreak" and "Phiber Optik" for more information. Discontinued among true hackers thanks to encryption engines and PGP keys.

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    Originally posted by Ariel_001@23 June 2004 - 22:06
    Saw this somewhere...

    Many people will argue that it started with the popular game Counter Strike, but X&#39;s def. is the most correct. According to "The Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling, it was an invented language used to confuse FBI and NSA sniffing programs during Operation Sundevil, when the government placed "wiretaps" on the Killer server to find hackers. Used extensively after the E911 document scandal and the theft of Korn 78 and other UNIX programs by AT&T. Google "Fry Guy", "Terminus", "Gail Thackery", "Acid Phreak" and "Phiber Optik" for more information. Discontinued among true hackers thanks to encryption engines and PGP keys.
    confuse the FBI and NSA??

    1337 5p34|< wouldn&#39;t confuse my sister

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    ive never seen anything with two x&#39;s

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    Found more An Explanation of l33t Speak

    NinjaLane 1337 Dictionary

    l33t Hits the Big Time

    l33t speak was still relatively unknown to the Internet masses at this point. It had almost disappeared from gaming entirely. However, a very popular web comic called Megatokyo brought l33t speak into mainstream with its infamous speak l33t? comic. These days l33t speak is very well known to the hardcore Internet community (especially gamers).

    Grammar or Lack Thereof

    As you&#39;ve already seen, basic l33t is just replacing vowels with numbers:

    A = 4
    E = 3
    I = 1
    O = 0
    However l33t is a very flexible &#39;language&#39; and you can go from this very basic l33t, to ultra 1337 by being creative; a few examples:

    O = ()
    U = |_|
    T = 7
    D = |)
    W = &#092;/&#092;/
    S = &#036;
    There is no agreed-upon way to write l33t, so it&#39;s up to you whether or not to go with light l33t, medium 1337, hard |_337 or even ultra |_33¯|¯. In this entry, &#39;l33t&#39; is used except when referring to medium, hard or ultra &#39;1337&#39;.

    Other Grammatical Oddities

    The -0r clause can be used in place of -ed or -er, for example &#39;1 0wnz0r&#33;&#39; (most commonly seen in ultra 1337 as &#39;1 0&#092;/&#092;/|&#092;|z0r&#33;&#39 rather than &#39;1 0wn3d&#39;. However it can also be used like this, &#39;1 4m l33t h4x0r&#33;&#39; (in ultra 1337, &#39;1 4|&#092;/| |_337 |-|4x0r&#33;&#39 rather than, &#39;1 4m 4 133t h4ck3r&#33;&#39;.

    As a general rule, in l33t, rather than use &#39;s&#39; to make something plural, a &#39;z&#39; is used instead. Also &#39;f&#39; is normally changed to &#39;ph&#39;. The short &#39;u&#39; is often changed to &#39;00&#39;, as well.

    Punctuation is usually left out with greater consistency as the level of l33t increases. Full stops are left out entirely because, when you are chatting online, where you would normally put a full stop you just hit &#39;enter&#39; to send the message and keep typing. Exclamation marks are used quite a bit (and usually quite a number at once), mostly because l33t is most commonly used in expressions of pleasure. Commas are generally left out in hard and ultra 1337, and are uncommon in medium 1337.

    Vocabulary

    Although l33t speak is just a corrupted form of the English language, there are many phrases and words (spellings) that are unique to it.

    0w|&#092;| or 0wn3d - One of the most popular l33t words it is very loosely defined as beaten or can simply be an expression of awe, for example, &#39;I 0wn3d you&#39; means &#39;I have beaten you in a very humiliating fashion&#39;, or &#39;0wn4ge&#33;&#39; which means &#39;That was (or is) very nifty&#39;.

    w00t - Derived from &#39;hoot&#39;, this is defined as &#39;yay&#39;, it can be used, for example, upon victory or, possibly, the release and procurement of a new video card.

    13wt - Treasure, good merchandise, possessions, a misspelling of loot. Most commonly referring to pirated software, items in a game or promotional giveaways.

    h4x0r - Hacker, can be used for a real hacker or simply a very skillful person. This is the most common occurrence of the -0r clause.

    ph33r - Fear, most commonly used in such phrases as, &#39;Ph33r m3&#33;&#39; or &#39;Ph33r |&#092;/|y 1337 sk1llz&#33;&#39; It can also be written as, &#39;ph34r&#39;.

    sk1llz - Obviously derived from &#39;skill&#39;, referring to skill in some type of online game, programming or hacking. Many times used in conjunction with &#39;m4d&#39;. As a general rule, if one has sk1llz, one is to be ph33r3d.

    m4d - Mad, mostly used as a descriptive term meaning great, for example, &#39;h3s g0t m4d sk1llz&#39;.

    j00 - You, commonly used in such phrases as, &#39;j00 d34d f00&#39;.

    f00 - Fool, one who isn&#39;t very bright or skillful.

    j0 - Yo, as in the greeting.

    d00d - Dude; an expression of comrade, or just used to address a random person online.

    sux0r - Sucks, as in &#39;7h1s sux0r&#39;, one of the few common examples of the -0r clause.

    l4m3r - Lamer, someone who is lame, someone who uses an unfair tactic or generally makes the things around him or her less fun.

    n00b - Short for noobie, misspelling of newbie; someone who is new to something, or just not very good at it.

    Courteousness

    Although you can use l33t speak exclusively, it is looked down upon in most forums and chat rooms. The best place to use l33t speak is in a brief expression of excitement, when you are just playing around or in a supreme example of your geeky prowess.


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    hey ariel&#33; I just posted the same ninja lane link

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