"You want it to do WHAT!?!?!?!?"
"I want it to out defense the Maginot, out gun the Helldiver,
and out fly the Archon. AND I want it by next fridays match."
Nerd Sighed. So much for his plans to watch 'Big Breasted Anime
Babes go to the Beach (and take thier tops off!)' tonight. In
fact, this sounded like he was going to have to divert class time
to work on this one... again.
* * * * *
"MR. Wilson!" Professor Whermacht, Nerds Calculus teacher snarled,
breaking Nerd's concentration and turning the block of code for
the new shield module into so many junk bits. "While you are
in mine class ju will LEARN! Now, why don't ju solve the problem
on the board for us to prove ju were payink attention, no?"
Ht:5'2" Wt:130# Short Disheveled Red Hair, green eyes
Nerd has all the people skills of a dead worm, and knows it. He
is extremely nervous and slef concious when placed in situations
which require scoial interations, and really could be considered
a disaster waiting to happen! Much more at home with computers
and other machines, has an absolute pasion for Anime in general
and "adult "Anime in specific.
The RLA VM Team
The RLA VM team (With friends like them, who needs enemies?)
Wilson "Wilson" Wilson: Father, Retired
Brian Has become soemwhat disatnt with his father, who spends
a great deal of time talking to their next door neighbor Tim over
the back fence.
Techno nerd extrodinare. For Brian, VM programing is a snap. Totally
cowed by "Rotten" Ronnie, he is the mind behind all the VM's fielded
by the RLA club. In fact, as Ronnie often reminds him, if it wasnt
for "Rotten"'s patronage, Brian wouldnt be a student at RLA at
all. Regardless, Brian has THE highest GPA at RLA, despite pressure
to let him work on VM's even while in class. He has all the social
skills of a dead rock, but you can ask him a question in class
and he will know the correct answer... even if he's hip deep in
fixing one of "Rotten"'s wierd ideas at the time.
Quote -- "You want it to do WHAT?!?!?!?!?!?"
Nerd Looked at the board for a moment and blinked. "There is
no correct solution for the equation as written, it results in
an imaginary number. However, Assuming that the tranformation
in step3 is supposed to be x sub y instead of the written y sub
x, the corect solution would be a positve or neagtive x time Pi
to the second power."
Proffesor Whermacht turned and stared at the board in shock whil
the rest of the class fainted dead away.