Geeks Are Having Lots of Sex.

from the kevin-bacon-never-had-this-much-fun dept

Back in 1997, Lish Daelnar, known as "CRANK" created an ASCII chart that listed all of the guys she dated in the "Internet Scene". It has now grown to include over 1,400 entwined internet individuals, known as the sexchart. Links on the chart don't necessarily mean sex, but it looks like the chart has caused a fair share of controversy in its five years. Personally, I think that the fact that the entire chart is still done in ASCII is its greatest feat.


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    nyar, Jan 3rd, 2002 @ 11:04pm

    setting the record straight

    For what it's worth, Lish didn't create the sex chart. It was specifically created to make fun of her, because she had applicable contacts with so many contacts with so many people in the "scene."

     

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    Derka Derka, Oct 23rd, 2006 @ 9:08pm

    Sex and morrality

    This is an outrage, how can that dirty prozzy just deflower those innocent young geeks, i am disgusted

     

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    Ilova Vagina, Oct 23rd, 2006 @ 9:16pm

    Sex

    I cannot believe that dirty little vagitarian could shove it so far up there. Goddamn she has a sloppy dot

     

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    Ima not a homo, Oct 23rd, 2006 @ 9:19pm

    Homosexuality is not wrong

    I have a lived in Italy for so a long and I feel that I have been cheated by this lady, i mean i know that we live in a poverty each and everyday but am I really to believe that this geek magnet is the work of good will... arrr shuddapa your face, this is momma livin' country and i will slap you if you forget it bitch

     

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