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- noun slang A person addicted to
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By Mike Jones Soundbooth had a shaky start to life, seemingly being designed as an audio 'tweaker' specifically for those who know nothing about audio production (Flash and website designers seemed to have been the primary demographic).
If you're more of a "tweaker" of factory or user patches, then the parameters that affect the entire instrument may be more your style.
The Quarter was about to curl up and take a catnap—except for Bourbon Street, party jamboree and flesh-fest central, twenty-four/seven, and as wide awake as a lap-dancing tweaker go-juiced to the eyebrows.
Our gun-toting trolls remind me of a tweaker who pulled a gun in my favorite bar.
Wendy has huge hellos for everyone who passes my stoop: the prison blue tattoo necks, the shrinking pigeon lady from across the street, the house painter with the wolf named Hendrix, the tweaker who mows her brown lawn at midnight.
I guess I am not a "system tweaker" because I see myself having absolutely no need for this ...
Earlier I tweeted this, referring to it as Ubuntu Tweakers, but then nixternal informed me a ‘tweaker’ is a meth head.
Everyone says that even Pete, the carpenters' foreman, is a tweaker.
Last time I was in there it was right after bar time and some tweaker was having a conversation with the coffee creamer on the counter.
The end result yielded the cow-punk tweaker idiot I was shooting for.
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