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Reply # 28851 20-Feb-2006 14:14
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Wow now thats an acomplishment. The way to every womans heart. I think we could all learn something here

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Reply # 28854 20-Feb-2006 14:21
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I met my wife on the dance floor... And I won her when I started cooking in our dates.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 28858 20-Feb-2006 14:26
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Ladies man huh. Very smooth. I hope you still do the cooking?

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Reply # 28861 20-Feb-2006 14:30
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Sometimes. She says it's so good it's a temptation to anyone trying to stay trim. But I know I will have to do more soon - expecting the first one so I will be more and more into the kitchen from now on....





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Reply # 28864 20-Feb-2006 14:37
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Lol good luck with that by the way. Kids are a LOT of work. Expect to become a real house husband

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Reply # 28865 20-Feb-2006 14:59

well hey there Mauricio you Fli......and I bet that Tony knows how to fling the girls about on the dance floor too..... especially standing 6'7" he would have no trouble picking up the chicks aye! very smooth dudes!:-)

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Reply # 28894 20-Feb-2006 19:16
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Dancing is something that I've never been able to do but, on occassions when I've had a few too many drinks, I often try anyway and I must look like a total dork. I'm actually much better at karaoke, and I even seem to have a bit of a reputation for that at my local watering hole.

Mauricio - have you ever been to Boogie Wonderland on Courtenay Place? If you're into dancing, I think you'd rather like it.

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Reply # 28916 20-Feb-2006 21:50
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No, I haven't been there. We haven't been out dancing in the last couple of years, unless it was a Ball or similar party. That place actually looks very retro - should be fun there.





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Reply # 28926 21-Feb-2006 06:41
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freitasm: No, I haven't been there. We haven't been out dancing in the last couple of years, unless it was a Ball or similar party. That place actually looks very retro - should be fun there.


It's much more upmarket than most of the drinking establishments that I go to, so I'm usually too drunk or poorly dressed to get in, but a couple of weeks ago my friend and I were walking past and the guy working at the door was someone who we knew so he let us in without paying the cover charge.

It's a fantastic place. It has disco balls, light up floor panels, great cocktails, and it seems to be the only bar in central Wellington that actually plays decent music.

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  Reply # 28977 21-Feb-2006 11:12



I'm a Wannabe Geek,
cause I think they are shiek,

There not afraid to score,
and groove up the dance floor,

They have a life beyond the 'chip',
and occasionally go for a skinny dip,

and if your into nerdism,
You'll be practicing Anti-socialism,

Come be within the Kingdom,
Geekdom is expressing your freedom,

It's not hard to choose and pick,
that why I'm a wannabeegeek chick!

lol ......:-) just having fun!!!!!

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  Reply # 28979 21-Feb-2006 11:21

"It's a fantastic place. It has disco balls, light up floor panels, great cocktails, and it seems to be the only bar in central Wellington that actually plays decent music. "


Hey that sounds like my kinda place.... thanks I may have to go there one day!
I don't go into Wellington that much, so I don't know where all the cool dance places are that play decent music...... and 'DISCO BALLS', choice!!!!

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Reply # 29270 24-Feb-2006 14:35
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miss_louie: I need someone to answer random questions when I want to ask them. Do I save to disk or run? Whats the difference between MB and KB? How did I make the font on my browser a size bigger and how do I fix it? Why this, fix that, help me with this, etcetera.


For the original post, nobody answered her questions

Save or run? Always save just in case something goes wrong, you have the file to try again.

MB KB? A megabyte is 1024 kilobytes, a kilobyte is 1024 bytes. Therefore a gigabyte = 1024 megabytes. For the record a byte is the computers way of storing a letter or number.
Note to all, the next person that trys to tell me the system works in multiples of 1000 dies!

For making the browser font larger or smaller use Ctrl and + or Ctrl and -

All these geeks and nobody answered the questions. Unbelieveable

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  Reply # 29272 24-Feb-2006 14:40
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I took them for example questions.

On a scrollmouse/wheelmouse you can also change the font size.
CTRL-scrollup & CTRL-scrolldown.

Or the in the menu's of course.

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  Reply # 29273 24-Feb-2006 14:40
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I think the OP wanted to have someone in a MSN buddy list, not only on-line answers...





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Reply # 29278 24-Feb-2006 15:09
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freitasm: I think the OP wanted to have someone in a MSN buddy list, not only on-line answers...



Well, I did offer :)

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