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Old 07-14-2008, 05:10 AM   #706
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I was watching telly til quite late and then sleeping with my electric blanket on all night, mmmmm
mmmmmm i think i will have to join you . when you going to Kryal castle.
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well i had not posted in a solid half hour, not that i missed anything

i doubt we can get to a new thread in the next 1.5 hours. sometime i will time it right, just maybe.
Damnit, 300 posts to go. In 90 minutes, that's ... over a post every 20 seconds. Damn, with the current level of thread liveliness, I doubt we could do that even with a solid picspam.
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My maths teachers in high school:

Third form: A teacher who was funnier with mannerisms and the way he talked to us than was a good teacher, but was still a good teacher. Absolutely brilliant class.
Fourth form: One cool teacher who left after the first term. Replaced by a former NZ Weightlifting representative (I think he won a Commonwealth games medal) who was unintentionally funny.
Fifth form: Some dick. I just paid some attention and did enough to scrape through.
Sixth form: Some dick. But a bunch of us just went to class for laughs.
Seventh form:
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Damnit, 300 posts to go. In 90 minutes, that's ... over a post every 20 seconds. Damn, with the current level of thread liveliness, I doubt we could do that even with a solid picspam.
Once every 20 seconds is hopeful as our fastest with another 10 people.

If it was an AIM chat, we could maybe manage that.
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Once every 20 seconds is hopeful as our fastest with another 10 people.

If it was an AIM chat, we could maybe manage that.
I think our record in 1.5 hours is something like 400-500 back in Beer. That really fucking moved.

But one day in the next couple of weeks before university goes back, we should go through with the idea of getting everybody to show up at a specific time and see just how quickly we can knock off a thread. I reckon we can do a whole thread in 3 hours.
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ok now there is def. a german lesson going on with one kid.
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mmmm, just waiting for the hot dogs to boil.. . .



maybe going to Kryal Castle tomorrow. May just stay here where it's nice and warm though
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I think our record in 1.5 hours is something like 400-500 back in Beer. That really fucking moved.

But one day in the next couple of weeks before university goes back, we should go through with the idea of getting everybody to show up at a specific time and see just how quickly we can knock off a thread. I reckon we can do a whole thread in 3 hours.
noooooooo not without me
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I think our record in 1.5 hours is something like 400-500 back in Beer. That really fucking moved.

But one day in the next couple of weeks before university goes back, we should go through with the idea of getting everybody to show up at a specific time and see just how quickly we can knock off a thread. I reckon we can do a whole thread in 3 hours.
I like that idea.
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Replaced by a former NZ Weightlifting representative (I think he won a Commonwealth games medal) who was unintentionally funny.
Oh god, this is hilarious in light of the Milo Kerrigan clips Bonnie shared last night.
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I think our record in 1.5 hours is something like 400-500 back in Beer. That really fucking moved.

But one day in the next couple of weeks before university goes back, we should go through with the idea of getting everybody to show up at a specific time and see just how quickly we can knock off a thread. I reckon we can do a whole thread in 3 hours.
some of us have to work you know
but I"ll be free all this week and weekend and next weekend too
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noooooooo not without me
What's your Internet access looking like in the near future? Intermittent, right?
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all right, I'm reallly going now. byee
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some of us have to work you know
but I"ll be free all this week and weekend and next weekend too
I was thinking I'd plan it for a Saturday or Sunday afternoon, so that most of the Aussie crowd can make it, while it would be a Friday or Saturday evening for the Americans. That should maximise attendance.
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Wow. Even though I don't have an HD TV, I can see the difference between stuff filmed in HD and stuff that isn't. The league game I'm watching right now is being broadcast in HD and it looks a shitload better than normal league games I watch. I'm certain, anyway. The picture is a hell of a lot sharper.
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