Basically 1337, translated to english, is leet, as in elite, as in hacker-elite. It is a slang language that has gained popularity from use over the internet, mostly among gamers (the most popular example would most likely be "pwn" pwn is a synonmy for own, and it is used mostly in a gaming environment, aka, I PWNED YOU). I was just wondering if it had reached any "ranchers" yet. Simple "hard-core" 1337 translation of the sentence "The Man" 7|-|3 /\/\/-\|\| There are even 1337 translators online. Less "hard-core" 1337 is more popular though. Examples: Pwn Wtf Pwnz0rz ("z0rz" or "zorz" can be added to the end of almost any word to make it "1337")
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I'm not 1337, I'm mostly French, German, and Portugese (that means I surrender quickly, I have no sense of humor, and I tan easily j/k). I think I have a distant cousin on my mother's side who is 1/4 1337 though.
Originally posted by Ronnie Johnson: Check out my awesome web site. All employees had to do web sites. It had to have at minimum their name and a picture, as you can see I went a bit over board, I think this is the best web site ever.