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Reply # 17506 3-Aug-2005 16:05
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Do we have to wear 'alias' name badges?

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Reply # 17507 3-Aug-2005 16:13
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you should use your user_id, the integer from the geekzone database. - it'll make us more normalised.

the lower the int, the more l337 you are.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 17508 3-Aug-2005 16:13
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Jama: Do we have to wear 'alias' name badges?

lol i was just wondering how many people could potentially say 'yes' if someone wanders over and says

"Are you disenchanted?" ...... "Why actually, yes, now that you mention it, i have been lately, what about you?"

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Reply # 17509 3-Aug-2005 16:29
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freitasm: "We should have a couple of spot prizes too. One of them thanks to phonestuff.co.nz.."
Now you're just rubbing it in :(




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Reply # 17510 3-Aug-2005 16:31
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riahon: [i]We should have a couple of spot prizes too. One of them thanks to phonestuff.co.nz...[/i]
Now you're just rubbing it in :(


Give us your email address, and we will send you a photo of someone recieveing a spot prize, then you can photoshop your head onto it (too bad if its taniwha), and it will be just like you won it!!




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I'd love to come along.. I have just landed a contract which pays too much but keeps me busy as ;-) so am unsure at this stage but would enjoy a break and a fly on those cheapy cheap fares!! (So I can spend more on a Holden Commodore Hire Car and nice hotel of course!)

I love Wellington.



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Reply # 17522 3-Aug-2005 22:40
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*** VENUE CONFIRMATION ***

Due to a conflicting event I can't book Imbibe (sorry, folks). Instead we are booked at:

The Last Supper Club
21 Blair Street
Wellington
+64 4 801 5212

Saturday, 13 August 2005, 5pm - around 8pm (another group is booked after this).


Map courtesy of Wises.


Please RSVP in this thread if you haven't done so yet so we can confirm numbers!





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Reply # 17530 4-Aug-2005 09:29
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the last supper club sounds good! hehehe...




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Reply # 17531 4-Aug-2005 11:51
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The last supper club?

Hmmm... I wonder if there will be 12+1 people there.

Alright, whos got the beard, sandals, a powerful father, and is not looking forward to Easter?




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Reply # 17535 4-Aug-2005 13:15
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Alright, whos got the beard, sandals, a powerful father, and is not looking forward to Easter?


LOL! very funny.. hehe must remember that one! :-)

* looking for Jesus costume *




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gosh - anyone got a waypoint file?
WSG84?

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Reply # 17565 5-Aug-2005 15:22
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taniwha: gosh - anyone got a waypoint file?
WSG84?

I will be using a long forgotten method of navigation used by the ancient ones. Known as W.O.M. or word of mouth, it involves direct auditory communications with other human beings, many of them strangers, and making a request for information on how to find ones way.



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Reply # 17658 7-Aug-2005 23:54
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All interested: I have updated the details, in the first post. We have confirmed a few spot prizes.

It would be great to have an early start since the The Last Supper Club has another booking just after ours. We can also extend this somewhere else after (happy to do this).






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Reply # 17695 8-Aug-2005 15:28
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taniwha: will there be wifi?
Yes, sort of. Telecom New Zealand will participate with a very cool CDMA EV-DO device that comes with an ethernet port. They will plug a Wi-Fi AP, so anyone there will be able to share the access - so bring your laptop, Tablet PC, Palm, Pocket PC...





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Reply # 17782 9-Aug-2005 11:26
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How many people are going?


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