Re: virus: Does the term "grok" means anything to you?

KMO prime (
Thu, 17 Oct 1996 23:44:32 EDT

To grok is to understand intuitively. Someone might understand a concept
an an intellectual level but just not "get it." Such a person does not
grok the subject. Been a while since I read that novel but a lot of
people use the term and it comes up from time to time.

Take care. -KMO

On Thu, 17 Oct 1996 22:43:24 -0700 Lior Golgher
<> writes:
>Who's familiar with the verb "grok", introduced by R.A. Heinlein on
>his novel "Stranger in a Strange Land"?
>I think it will make some of my (our?) points a bit more
>Any responses?