Ok...is it me or ppl who work in the IT sector just snobby and know-it-alls??!! I have a few friends whom I've hung out with for years, and like me, they're in the IT sector. In the past, when we talk IT, they would just have an answer to everything, even if it's complete BS that you can smell a mile away. Now that we're actually in the industry, that kind of know-it-all attitude still hasn't settled (though some stuff has had more creditability). Yes, I am in IT as well, but I know BS when I smell it because I've either have had more experience than them or can pick apart a lie when I hear it. I just don't get it...why is it so hard to say that you don't know something well enough rather than having to BS or plain lie about something and making yourself look like a total idiot? I've learned early on that if you don't know something, just shrug. It's like.......who are you trying to impress by talking like you know something when you really don't. And when I press my IT friends for answers, they always give the, it's-hard-to-explain or forget-it type of answers like you're too ***** stupid to understand what they're trying to say. It just bugs the living Hell out of me. Early on, I've learned to just nod and say ok because there's no point in me trying to prove anything to them and they're always looking for a debate and ends up being an one-sided conversation with them.