I never learned that as an acronym -- I learned the mnemonic phrase, of course :-)
When I was teaching undergrads, I once drew a circuit with a capacitor I labeled "FBC". I told them if they didn't know what it stood for, to "ask around". Got a good chuckle from the audience.
My own family calls me "friki" more times I'd like to admit!!
Fortunately, we have now our own day!
When I was at the Uni, my flat-mates and me build a wifi map with the different keys of the neighboring networks that were available in each room of the apartment.
P.S. I wonder what the APP crew would answer to this geek-test...
Don't do yourself down Duane. YOU'RE in the light. The rest of the world is in darkness....
I also didn't like the LOTR movies, for much the same reasons. Why mess with a good story?
And isn't it the SillmarilliOn? (Well who started being picky... :-)
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