Some people consider this to be a common faux-spelling of "bear with me". But I do not, for I see a higher meaning
BARE: strip yourself naked (not in that sense, you perverts !) of your pretensions, consider yourself in your basic humanity or lack thereof.
WITH ME: share this experience of simplicity with me. I want to be with you. We are not lone noders in an infospace.
Some people might say that this sentence lacks an object. Pshaw, I answer. What about "bear with me" ? I mean, OK, we all know what a bear is, big furry thing living in the woods, no problem.
And "with me", it probably means that Yogi is in the company of the noder. Fine, but there is no verb.
So, bare with me, people.