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Anyone with SNDK stock?

MichaelD

Lifer
Jan 16, 2001
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It would probably help the geek factor if you told us what the hell SNDK Stock was.

Yesh. What the hell IS IT? Then I'll determine if I'm upset or not
 

BigJ

Lifer
Nov 18, 2001
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Originally posted by: MichaelD
It would probably help the geek factor if you told us what the hell SNDK Stock was.

Yesh. What the hell IS IT? Then I'll determine if I'm upset or not
www.google.com

Type SNDK

Google returns information for Sandisk Corporation.
 

MichaelD

Lifer
Jan 16, 2001
31,529
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Originally posted by: BigJ
Originally posted by: MichaelD
It would probably help the geek factor if you told us what the hell SNDK Stock was.

Yesh. What the hell IS IT? Then I'll determine if I'm upset or not
www.google.com

Type SNDK

Google returns information for Sandisk Corporation.

Thanks for the How To Find Stuff On The Internet Lesson. I know Google very well, thanks. In fact, Google is so handy, I feel that I could write The New Bible or The Modern Koran by using it.

However (here's the punchline): When I read the thread/post title/description on some internet forum, I expect to be able to decipher what the hell said thread is about without having to use said online decription tools.

Here's an example for you:

The gastronomically pleasing input is desirable for a meal after the sunset...

IS NOT AS EASILY UNDERSTOOD AS

I want something tasty for dinner.


There. Easy now, right? :p
 

thepd7

Diamond Member
Jan 2, 2005
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Originally posted by: MichaelD
Originally posted by: BigJ
Originally posted by: MichaelD
It would probably help the geek factor if you told us what the hell SNDK Stock was.

Yesh. What the hell IS IT? Then I'll determine if I'm upset or not
www.google.com

Type SNDK

Google returns information for Sandisk Corporation.

Thanks for the How To Find Stuff On The Internet Lesson. I know Google very well, thanks. In fact, Google is so handy, I feel that I could write The New Bible or The Modern Koran by using it.

However (here's the punchline): When I read the thread/post title/description on some internet forum, I expect to be able to decipher what the hell said thread is about without having to use said online decription tools.

Here's an example for you:

The gastronomically pleasing input is desirable for a meal after the sunset...

IS NOT AS EASILY UNDERSTOOD AS

I want something tasty for dinner.


There. Easy now, right? :p
LOL, you are right, you shouldn't have to use google to understand a post
 

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