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Reply # 27465 30-Jan-2006 13:16
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freitasm: Now this is an interesting idea for an event... Shame summer is half way through now, but perhaps next year?


Sounds too much like physical activity to me. It's bad for you, you know!

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Reply # 27466 30-Jan-2006 13:21
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Paint Guns are fine as long as I can have Blue paint pellets. Although red would be more authentic...

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 27468 30-Jan-2006 13:26
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Paintball matches are great fun. Only other problem with having them during summer is your visor tends to fog up. :(




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Visor? That sounds like protective gear.

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Reply # 27472 30-Jan-2006 14:10
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What happens if we want to go back on topic in the off topic area

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Reply # 27474 30-Jan-2006 15:03
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We can't go ontopic.

Paintball sounds fun though. Maybe someone will even be a martar for the 'cause' (guess who).


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Reply # 27476 30-Jan-2006 16:03
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cokemaster: We can't go ontopic.

Paintball sounds fun though. Maybe someone will even be a martar for the 'cause' (guess who).


(I was one of those who voted for the student bribe)


I'm keen if somebody wants to organise the first annual Geekzone Paintball challenge! :-)

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Reply # 27479 30-Jan-2006 18:07
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sbiddle: I'm keen if somebody wants to organise the first annual Geekzone Paintball challenge! :-)


Now i dont enjoy being the one who has to break this....... But it would seem that Geekzone members are spread accross the country and the expense of getting to a paintball event would be huge. It would be enormously fun. Although having two events, one in N.I and one in S.I would be doable. I would be up for that.

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Reply # 27481 30-Jan-2006 18:12
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While the Wellington Party was a good event, I was expecting more people to attend the Auckland Dinner. Organising an event such as this requires at least 20 people to confirm presence and be there on time (well, actually be there first), etc...

Doable? Yes, but organising it may be something for later this year...






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Reply # 27482 30-Jan-2006 18:22
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Yes, I'm definitely going to have to keep an eye out for Wellington events. I somehow missed reading about the Wellington dinner by about a week or so. :( oh, well.




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Reply # 27488 30-Jan-2006 20:47
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hereford st is beyond cleanliness from what i hear...




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