Scott Hanselman

Team America: World Police/Nerd Dinner

October 16, 2004 Comment on this post [6] Posted in Movies
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Just got back from Team America: World Police, easily the most offensive and funniest movie since, well, South Park.  It was Chris's idea, and I'm glad he had it.  I literally wiped tears from my face twice during the film, and almost cramped up laughing.  Now, I'm dealing with the intense guilt of laughing at this intensely offensive movie. :) Go see it, but not if you never swear.

Here's the World Police, (L to R, I think this is correct) Stuart Celarier, Scott Meyers(?), Chris Tavares, Chris Sells, Rory Blyth, myself, Jim Blizzard, Ward Cunningham. Rich Claussen was no doubt getting popcorn at this time.

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Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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October 16, 2004 7:36
Not quite correct, Scott - I'm the third from the left, not the second.
October 16, 2004 7:58
Sorry, switched you guys around...slyzdexia.
October 16, 2004 9:43
Rory's definitely working on a Simple Minds look:
http://www.playgroundmusic.com/bilder/2094/simple_minds_2.jpg
October 17, 2004 1:31
Second from the left is my friend, colleague and fellow Portland Nerd, Sam Dahan. Scott Meyers apparently has better taste than to watch such an offensive movie in the company of such a collection of characters. And who can blame him?
October 18, 2004 16:47
Are you guys all allowed to be in the same cinema at the same time? Isn't that a bit of a risk to MS? What if the projector exploded?!?! What if someone poisoned the popcorn?!?!?! LOL ... ;-)
DJ
October 20, 2004 14:48
Scott, I am truly honored that you'd think so much of me on sight that you'd think I am Scott Meyers! Unfortunately I'm just a regular nerd.

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