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  # 2224513 25-Apr-2019 11:43
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BarTender: Sign me up. :)


Sorry the event is full, as well as the waiting list. Next time! 😁


Ahh don't be like that! We need somebody to assist with eating the Pineapple Pizza.


Also, on that note, I'll be there.


Dude and I just got a pineapple tee so we can go as brothers dressed by our mother.

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  # 2224753 25-Apr-2019 12:58
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Just got my ticket. See you all there!


 
 
 
 


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  # 2224908 25-Apr-2019 16:00
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nate:

 

BarTender: Sign me up. :)

 

Sorry the event is full, as well as the waiting list. Next time! 😁

 

 

The broadband at this event will be too fast for you https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=49&TopicId=249039

 

  

 

 





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  # 2224961 25-Apr-2019 16:57
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I'm keen love getting away to Wellington for a night

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  # 2224964 25-Apr-2019 17:14
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What and where is the venue?




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  # 2224967 25-Apr-2019 17:23
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Flight from AKL to WLG booked

 
 
 
 


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  # 2224972 25-Apr-2019 17:35
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So thread watchers/lurkers didn't get an email link? :(

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  # 2224974 25-Apr-2019 17:39
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jonherries: So thread watchers/lurkers didn't get an email link? :(

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No I think Freitasm send he'd send out the link to all on Friday.  I was watching as well.





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jonherries: So thread watchers/lurkers didn't get an email link? :(

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No I think Freitasm send he'd send out the link to all on Friday.  I was watching as well.



Damn. Hopefully it happens before 10 - taking the young fella to End Game at 10...

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coffeebaron: I need to think about that one. Same week as Feildays.


What's to think about.. beer, food and geeks..;-)

Decent coffee? But yeah I'm in :)




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I’m in - I’ve been lurking too long





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  # 2225006 25-Apr-2019 20:27
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Ticket purchased, it has been entirely too long.





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As always I am keen but everytime these things come up there's a P1 prod issue (seems to not matter what customer site I'm at) so I think I'll block out my calendar now for a prod P1. And if it turns out there isn't I'll actually for once have a chance of attending ;-)

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olivernz: As always I am keen but everytime these things come up there's a P1 prod issue (seems to not matter what customer site I'm at) so I think I'll block out my calendar now for a prod P1. And if it turns out there isn't I'll actually for once have a chance of attending ;-)

 

I've found the best way of ensuring there are no P1 incidents is to turn the systems off.  Makes life a lot less stressful.

 

 





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