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Reply # 144614 8-Jul-2008 14:01
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I propose a new rule - anyone that turns up with a new 3g iPhone can clearly afford to extend the bar tab.




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  Reply # 144619 8-Jul-2008 14:07
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change of plan. Scott, can you please remove me+1? Wallet doesn't agree with our proposal. Wallet = Fail!




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  Reply # 145001 8-Jul-2008 20:41
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Is anyone going to be driving via Taupo on the Friday that wouldn't mind an extra passenger? There is absolutely NO availability on any flight into Napier for that weekend for some reason, so am having to fly AKL - TUO and NPE - AKL.

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Reply # 145017 8-Jul-2008 20:51
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Scrap that, good old Dad's gonna come pick me up Tongue out Providing there is no snow, of course!

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Reply # 145278 9-Jul-2008 10:09
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I have a prior engagement in W'gton, otherwise
I'd liked to have poked my nose in, too. Probably
just as well, actually, because I'm a very slow learner.

Don't know what the rates are, but the Cumberland
Court Motel is even closer to the Corn Exchange.
It's just across the road diagonally by about 100
metres. The Omahu Lodge is about three blocks
away, opposite the hospital.

Enjoy yourselves. I hope the weather is OK, too.

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  Reply # 145415 9-Jul-2008 14:10
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Out of interest, how many people actually live in Hawkes Bay and how many are coming from out of town?

Would anyone be interested in some sort of regular meet-up in Hawkes Bay. possible modelled on TNC (Thursday Night Curry)?

There is a Linux User Group in Hawkes Bay that meets monthly, and I think there may be a Mac User Group, but am I unaware of any other regular geek meetups.

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  Reply # 145416 9-Jul-2008 14:11
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myself
chris021 and his 2 attachments
cisconz and his attachment
davide
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are all out of towners

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  Reply # 145442 9-Jul-2008 14:48
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I'm half an out of towner :p

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Reply # 145494 9-Jul-2008 15:58
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kirjava: Out of interest, how many people actually live in Hawkes Bay and how many are coming from out of town?

Would anyone be interested in some sort of regular meet-up in Hawkes Bay. possible modelled on TNC (Thursday Night Curry)?

There is a Linux User Group in Hawkes Bay that meets monthly, and I think there may be a Mac User Group, but am I unaware of any other regular geek meetups.

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Great idea. So good, that I have just gone ahead and done it.

Anyone in Hawkes Bay interested in meeting monthly for drinks/nibbles/discussion with an IT bent can visit tall.co.nz/hbit and sign up to the mailing list.




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Reply # 145503 9-Jul-2008 16:09
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Sounds good!




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Reply # 145617 9-Jul-2008 18:49
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willnz: I'm half an out of towner.


Ahhh, but which half?



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  Reply # 147459 13-Jul-2008 16:40
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rscole86: Yeah you might aswell pencil me in for now.... Ill hope confirm it in the next week or so.

Will need to sort out transport.


if you still need transport i'm going from napier can pick you up on the way Laughing

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PerryNZ: Ahhh, but which half?



Bahahahaha!

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Reply # 148010 15-Jul-2008 09:40
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We (me, cisconz, davide) will be in HB on Friday night, anybody around to grab dinner and some pre pizza night drinks?

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