What does MCNGP stand for?

Discussion in 'MCSE' started by Jonathan Adams, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. Thanks for the answers, I"ve looked at the website and would rather not join
    after all...sounds way too lame and a complete waste of time.
    Jonathan Adams, Jun 2, 2005
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  2. Jonathan Adams

    Jtyc Guest

    Yes, but you have more access than others in this group ;)


    oooh... I'm telling...
    Jtyc, Jun 2, 2005
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  3. Jonathan Adams

    JaR Guest

    In microsoft.public.cert.exam.mcse, Jonathan Adams expostulated for all
    the world to hear;
    Well, I guess the initiation party's off, then. Whatever will we do with
    all the beer and pizza?

    S'cuze me, I gotta go call my therapist now. Your cutting remarks have
    caused me great anguish, and I probably will not be able to sleep nights
    without massive doses of precription pharmaceuticals and 12 yr old Bourbon.

    Oh woe! Some luser named "Jonathan" thinks *we* are lame!
    JaR, Jun 3, 2005
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    Ben Smith Guest

    See this part is where you make sense. Definitely not MCNGP material....
    but here, you make me think you would fit right in.

    What a dilemma.
    Ben Smith, Jun 3, 2005
  5. Jonathan Adams

    Guest Guest

    There is nothing lame about a complete waste of time. A complete waste of
    time is an accomplishment. Only a partial waste of time is lame.

    Microcephalic S. Bob
    Guest, Jun 3, 2005
  6. Jonathan Adams

    zenner Guest

    Just when did an answer to a private invitation descend to the point that it
    requires an "opinion"?

    Must be something in the American ethic that makes so many "apologetic" or
    defensive when answering a question.

    While being unnecessarily curt, as a first response, may be
    rude...sometimes, as when an too aggressive telemarketer or panhandler
    mistakes a polite "no" as an invitation for further conversation - it can be
    justifiable self defense to be "abrupt". However, an invitation to an august
    group Like the MCNGP, when offered privately deserves consideration and in
    kind response. Too put it simply; even fat chicks have feelings...part of
    being civil is learning to lie with aplomb and sincerity.

    I say the group and society in general is better off with limited contact
    with such a foppish bounder.
    zenner, Jun 3, 2005
  7. Jonathan Adams

    Guest Guest

    Opinions are like <insert something everyone has>... everyone has one. Some
    people like to wave them around. They should stop. Not that you asked for my
    opinion. Sorry.
    We're taught that it's wrong to kill people, and right to shave them. Not
    that you asked for my opinion. Sorry.
    Ettiquette is dumb. We should just kill people who attempt to intrude on our
    dinner time, then shave them. Not that you asked for my opinion. Sorry.
    I'd interpret this to say that civilization is a lie. I sort of agree with
    that. Civilization is a layer of abstraction in human behavior that sits
    above the animal instincts that people are actually pursuing. Very similar
    to TCP/IP as a layer above the raw data that we are sending over the

    As for responses to MCNGP, it may be better, for the sake of preserving
    one's own feelings over those of another group of people, to simply claim to
    be a member of the group, and then when the people in the group tell you
    that you aren't part of it yet and that it's the wrong way to go about
    trying to be a part of it to simply insert yourself, act all superior and
    say "Well, fine then, I never wanted to be a part of your group."

    This way, you can get the sense of belonging for a while, wear the
    letterman's jacket and whatnot, and then reject the group on principle.
    After that, you can hang around on the outskirts for as long as you like,
    and pretend you're important "Yeah, those guys wanted me to be a part of
    what they were doing, but I dissed them."

    It works with chicks, too, though I don't know if it works with fat ones. I
    was unaware that they had feelings, beyond hunger.

    "Yeah, Cher wanted me to be her boyfriend, but I had to let her down easy.
    She only called the cops because she was feeling rejected."
    I say we are individually better off without groups and society, they only
    serve the purpose of excluding others and making them feel left out. They
    exist for those who do not have the confidence to stand on their own and
    require the safety of numbers.

    Don't worry, you don't actually have to defend yourself or the group
    mentality. I'll have the opposite opinion tomorrow, when I want to be a part
    of a group, or to be accepted by society. Then, I'll express my discontent
    with loners, and how the world is better off with limited contact with them,
    and how it's so much better to be part of something. This will happen
    because I'll be lonely, and realise that people are picking on me because
    I'm not part of a group, and I'd like to be part of a group so I can pick on
    other people.

    Not that you asked for my opinion. Sorry.

    Clearly the guy is all too eager to become an elite Microsoft Specialist and
    sees the MCNGP as counterintuitive to this goal. Personally, I'd rather be
    counterintuitive, but I don't need to be part of the MCNGP to do it. "Those
    guys wanted me to be a part of what they were doing, but I dissed them."

    The truth in all of this is that "Jonathan Adams" is way too lame, and a
    partial waste of time, unless of course, you are "Jonathan Adams".

    Microcephalic "Sorry" Bob
    http://www.roblindman.com/ - JOIN ME, PLEASE (OR DON'T, WHO NEEDS YOU?!)
    Guest, Jun 3, 2005
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    zenner Guest

    You so krazy!

    "<!-- Microcephalic S. Bob --> <? echo "The F-Word"; ?> <!-- Unorthodox
    Interpretation -->" <[~_~] { http://www.planetoftheheads.com/ - head first
    into the future }> wrote in message
    zenner, Jun 3, 2005
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    Guest Guest

    Probably, but I'm content with myself... for the time being.
    Guest, Jun 3, 2005
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    CBIC Guest

    Is this your recruiting slogan for your cult er commune.
    CBIC, Jun 3, 2005
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    T-Bone Guest

    "I'd never want to join a club that would allow me as a member" - Groucho
    T-Bone, Jun 3, 2005
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    T.H E. Smith Guest

    Hi Johnathan,

    The so called MCNGP are no more than a bunch of unemployed morons with the
    average mental age of 2 1/2.


    T.H.E Smith
    T.H E. Smith, Jun 5, 2005
  13. Jonathan Adams

    Guest Guest

    Hi Johnathan,
    My evaluation is of a moron is someone who states an opinion that is obvious
    and trite.

    The truth about the MCNGP is that they are intelligent people who see life
    and work for the load of crap that they actually are, and are looking for a
    little bit of comic relief to lessen the torture of dealing with the
    stupidity of the average Jonathan & Smith. Cookie cutter human beings with
    no sense of humor and no grasp of what it means to see through things.

    These people, the MCNGP, if they were to band together with a genuine
    objective, they would be capable of things that you could never even
    conceive of, because they see past the veneer of the obvious. The thing is,
    though, they ask themselves, what's the point, and they realise the
    consequences of what would happen if they accomplished things, so they do
    something else, they have fun. Remember that? It's the part of life you
    forgot about when your ex-wife dumped you and you decided that sucking up to
    your boss was better than thinking on your own. It's the part of life that
    you left behind when you decided it was time to live in survival mode all
    the time and to do what you are told.

    So shut up and get back to work, slave boy, your obedience training will pay
    off some day. Go on your papers and you will get your meat.

    Microcephalic S. Bob
    Guest, Jun 5, 2005
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    CBIC Guest

    No, most of us have jobs and you way overestimate the mental age.
    CBIC, Jun 6, 2005
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    Jtyc Guest

    No, most of us have jobs and you way overestimate the mental age.

    I concur.

    Mentally, I'm still in the womb....
    Jtyc, Jun 6, 2005
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    Kline Sphere Guest

    Please b giving me job. I only 1 year old but have a family of 8 2
    provide 4.

    Kline Sphere (Chalk) MCNGP #3
    Kline Sphere, Jun 7, 2005
  17. Jonathan Adams

    Guest Guest

    You must be from Ork. Either that, or you were the world's first typing stem
    cell. Hey, that gives me an idea...

    Microcephalic S. "Calling orson... calling orson... come in, orson..." Bob
    Guest, Jun 7, 2005
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    T.H E. Smith Guest

    It never ceases to amaze me just how childish you jerks are.
    T.H E. Smith, Jun 7, 2005
  19. Jonathan Adams

    T.H E. Smith Guest

    I seriously doubt any respectable company would employ any of you jerks.
    T.H E. Smith, Jun 7, 2005
  20. Jonathan Adams

    Frisbee® Guest

    Ouch. That's going to leave a mark.
    Frisbee®, Jun 7, 2005
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