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Reply # 567836 12-Jan-2012 12:08
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I plan to be there for the Auckland event.  The $10 registration seems fair and may be an effective filter.



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  Reply # 567839 12-Jan-2012 12:14
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Interested in attending the Akl event yes...



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  Reply # 567861 12-Jan-2012 12:43
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freitasm: Folks, we have confirmed Christchurch is happening 21st April!


YAY!! Adding to my calendar now!

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  Reply # 567863 12-Jan-2012 12:45
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I'm in for Auckland and Christchurch. Can't wait!

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  Reply # 567879 12-Jan-2012 13:10
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Oh no there goes me diet.
Anyway sign me up for the Wellington event, I'll just have a longer run.
Anyone know how many kilometers = 1 pizza ?



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  Reply # 567920 12-Jan-2012 13:58
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Looking forward Auckland's event again :)




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  Reply # 567929 12-Jan-2012 14:13
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Evolbob: Oh no there goes me diet.
Anyway sign me up for the Wellington event, I'll just have a longer run.
Anyone know how many kilometers = 1 pizza ?



Or you could just sit down and watch TV instead. A quick Google search shows the number of kilojoules expended sitting down watching TV will cancel out the pizza after around 30 hours. Clearly if you consume any snacks while watching TV you'll just have to watch it for even longer to compensate for them.

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  Reply # 567968 12-Jan-2012 14:53
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Auckland and Wellington for me, just booked flights.




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  Reply # 568005 12-Jan-2012 16:07
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Could be keen on the Auckland event. Because I work from home, I don't get a lot of social interactions with real humans during the day. At least thats the excuse I use to explain my Twitter addiction, and frequent visits to GeekZone. :-)

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  Reply # 568023 12-Jan-2012 16:54
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Baring any mother nature issues I'll be in for CHCH. Was looking forward to it last year until the 'event'.

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  Reply # 568054 12-Jan-2012 17:58
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Looking forward to coming to AKL event this time if I can get a ticket!

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  Reply # 568062 12-Jan-2012 18:32
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kingjj: Baring any mother nature issues I'll be in for CHCH. Was looking forward to it last year until the 'event'.


Must be quite a pile of prizes awaiting the Christchurch event... Laughing

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