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# 12540 22-Mar-2007 18:19
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Hello peoples!
A while ago I joined geekzone. But I didn't post very much.
Now I've come back because I've felt I now need a geeky
place to go to because I don't get much of that at school.
I live in Taranaki and, from what I can see, there's
scarcity of geeks around here (wished I lived in Wellington).
There aren't many geeks or geeky people at my school too.

And just for the record, I'm 13.

Looking forward to posting again on Geekzone!

P.S. If anyone thought I implied Wellington was a
geeky place, I only meant it seemed to have good geek
resources and many geeks based there.

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  # 64727 22-Mar-2007 18:23
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Wellington is full of geeks (i.e Geekzone HQ) but it's really a bit of a hole. All that wind...

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  # 64729 22-Mar-2007 19:02
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bradstewart: All that wind...

Yes, they do breed us Wgtn geeks a bit hardier (as opposed to those northern nancies).

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# 64746 22-Mar-2007 20:40
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It is my belief that all you northerners are slightly odd. By northern I mean anyone that lives north of the Waitaki river and also anyone south of the Clutha can be lumped in as odd too.

But thats all just part of being a true Southern Man(TM)

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  # 64788 22-Mar-2007 23:33
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Yeah you Wellington geeks seem to have it sorted

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