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changed username to George George: Hi Rich rich-c: hello George rich-c: just a sec, I have to restore my report utility rich-c: OK, now I'm back in action George: i downloaded kazaa George: wished i didn't rich-c: great, now you have one of teh more notorious pieces of spyware built into your machine rich-c: agreed, you certainly have reason to wish you didnt George: it's all spyware rich-c: do you have Spybot or Ad-aware on your mach9ine? George: whatever it is it's worthless George: are you still there? rich-c: yes, I'm here - and are you talking about kazaa, then? George: YES rich-c: well, it's great stuff - anyone running it, you can go right in and see everything on their computer, and download it rich-c: of course they can do teh same to you, so you'd better not have stuff on your drive you'd rather people didnt see George: that's the principal of filesharing however it doesn't work you can't download a thing for it crashing rich-c: well, either you have a spyware removal tool running which is crashing it, or you have some sort of conflict George: whatever winmx works better
moved to room Meeting Place rich-c: well, I havent the slightest interest in file sharing, so really don't get into that stuff at all
changed username to Guy B. rich-c: hi Guy, you are a bit early George: Hi Guy Guy B.: Hi All, I'll be right with you while I'm finishing up my tax returns. rich-c: cold as Bill Gates' soul and snow to your rmpits, no doubt? rich-c: the weatherman claims we got eight inches overnight but with the drifting it is effectively a lot more George: well that isn't cold at all since Gates is giving away his fortune rich-c: actually Gatesis giving away a portioallow me to observe that he is giving it in directions that will offer certain tax advantages and also help Microsoft
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changed username to Judy rich-c: hi Judy welcome back - bet you wish you weren't Judy: Hi,how is everyone? Guy B.: Ok, I'm back and done with 2002 income taxes. Guy B.: HI Judy, how was your vacation? rich-c: snow up to our armpits and zero cold, otherwise (brrr) fine Judy: that is for sure with the weather we have been having Guy B.: We got about 6-7 inches here last night. rich-c: our green cones vanished into teh back yard drifts overnight George: that doesn't mean a thing if the kids windup in the poorhouse Judy: we got 4-8 Guy B.: We got the worst of it Judy. Heavy snow. Judy: ours was hard to shovel Judy: has like a crust on top rich-c: think we got about as much as you did, Guy - that is, considerably more than we needed Guy B.: Abby seemed to enjoy romping through it tonight. Guy B.: Should we send all that snow to you then? Judy: I liked the weather in Florida much better rich-c: our gardeners keep body and soul together over teh winter by doing snow clearance George: Why am i getting all of these animal sounds?
moved to room Meeting Place rich-c: they came by just before dinner tonight, followed by the city ploughs Guy B.: What animal sounds George?
changed username to Scott George: pigs, dogs Guy B.: Hi Scott. Glad you made it. rich-c: hello Scott, where's my disc drive ;-] Guy B.: Where from? Scott: Hello. Scott: Ah, yes, I have a disk drive of yours to return Judy: we didn't get a plough thru on our street until this noon rich-c: just didnt want you to forget, Scott Judy: hi, Scott Scott: Can I return it directly to you? George: Hi Scott, Judy Guy B.: Our village plowed the alleys this morning. Scott: Or did you want me to send it to the owner? rich-c: Toronto has a deal with teh paving companies, uses their graders for snow clearance rich-c: send it to me, Scott, I'll look after it from there Guy B.: Where's Bob, Judy? Judy: he is right here just not on chat yet rich-c: our ploughs run in tandem, one races along clearing teh snow, the follower scoops the windrows out of the driveways
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changed username to BobS BobS: hi ya's George: Hi Bob rich-c: hello Bob, trust you enjoyed teh vacation BobS: ya mon BobS: me tinkin dat is da place to go Guy B.: I got a new notebook a couple of weeks ago. A Compaq Armada 4420. Has Win95 96mb memory and Office 95. BobS: how fast??????? Guy B.: Hi Bob. Welcome back. Guy B.: 233 MMX.
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changed username to Pamela Guy B.: Correction 266 BobS: gOOD BobS: or GooD Guy B.: Hi Pam Pamela: well the travellers are home rich-c: they had one advertised locally here at a good price - but what you paid was even better, even allowing for exchange George: Hi Pam BobS: hiya Pam Pamela: Hi, all rich-c: hi daughter BobS: thought you got one from work Guy........... Pamela: Guy, you're early Guy B.: Battery is very good. And this one has speakers and sound. BobS: AH.....seventh heaven, eh??????? rich-c: he needs time to chill your Coke, Pam Pamela: in this weather? you're kidding Guy B.: Nope, I sold the old Dell to a friend at work. The new one I bought at a computer show.
(Scott smiles) BobS: ok.......... rich-c: Guy, around here there are a bunch of 8.1 gig IIBM external PCMCIA drives selling for about $60 US BobS: how's Scott???????
(Scott winks) Pamela: brb, gotta check something Guy B.: This notebook has a Video connection for a TV hookup. rich-c: they are new and really very nice - you might check your surplus market for one Scott: Hey Bob, just playing around with the chat room software Scott: How's the monthly disks? rich-c: Guy, might we see Aimee tonoght? Guy B.: I hope so. We chatted last night. rich-c: she seems very nice and interested in things here - hope she drops by Guy B.: She told me she will try. Last week, she and her daughter went shopping and got home late. So, she didn't have time to come on. Scott: Where's our frenchman Daniel B? rich-c: Scott, George was complaining earlier about Kazaa crashing Scott: Kazaa? rich-c: Daniel? I don't know; he was looking for you - sorry, I forget if it was Saturday or last week Scott: I was in Colorado Springs last week. rich-c: you know, the peer-to-peer file sharing internet program Guy B.: Read Ron's e-mail and just out of curiousity I priced airfares to Comox. I would have to connect in Vancouver and got anywhere from 511 to 605 US$. Scott: But, I honestly just forgot to check in. rich-c: Guy, try pricing whoever has teh best fare to Calgary, then Westjet to Comox BobS: monthly disk still coming although maybe not the last two on my website Pamela: How did you all get there last time? Or is this the first in Comox? rich-c: there may be some sort of inter-lining you can do and get a better fare Scott: Is there anything I can do to help you, Bob? Scott: With the monthly disks
moved to room Meeting Place Guy B.: Is Calgary closer to Comox than Vancouver? rich-c: this is teh first time in Comox, Pam - our only other western ones were Seattle and Salt Lake City BobS: nope just have to have time to put them up Pamela: I thought that Bob and Judy were commenting on having been there before George: no Redmond? rich-c: they have been on Vancouver Island before, they were touristing before teh Seattle con
changed username to james james: good morning rich-c: good morning, james Pamela: Ah, James - I was just wondering if that was you. Good morning Guy B.: Hi James, How's the weather in Japan? james: how is everyone? sorry to cut out abruptly last week BobS: hiya James George: Hi James james: sunday was 15c and sunny. monday and tuesday was snowing. today it's about 10 and cloudy rich-c: yes, we did notice you vanished rather hurriedly Pamela: it's okay James, but now you have us all wondering what you were fighting about George: gotta go bathroom Scott: Ku Nichi Wa, Jamesan! Guy B.: Speaking of snow. We got wholloped here in the Midwest last night. james: konnichiha, scottosan, how are you? BobS: Pam....were to AC 11 in Seatlle and onto Victoria on the island of Vancouver Pamela: yeah, we got it this last night and this morning Guy BobS: AWESOME Pamela: now I understand, Bob Guy B.: Got around 6 to 7 inches. Scott: Have you done anything with your SmartLOGO project? james: our snow was all gone sunday and what we got on monday and tuesay is all but gone now Pamela: Dad, where was the campground on the island that had the buoy you could play on? rich-c: count your blessings, james - snow's so deep in our back yard we lost the green cones, and it's 0F right now Guy B.: Looks like spring is there already. james: no, unfortunately. i've been *extremely* busy. i have 84 students now and case takes a good chunk of my morning away Guy B.: Whoa, that's a lot of students there. Scott: Is that spread over 3 classes? rich-c: how many classes have you broken them into, james? james: 0f? what is that in a modern measurement? Pamela: James, is your website still up? I lost the URL james: 84 students over three classes?! i should hope not. i teach in small groups of 2-4 james: sure pam rich-c: -18 :-) Scott: James, I put my website back up, in case you need it. Pamela: gimme, please james: http://www.folkwolf.net/~james Pamela: thanks james: sounds good, scott Scott: It's at http://www.game-archive.net/theadamresource/ james: dan won't be on tonight, he informs me that he's sick Guy B.: Ok, for a minute there. Thought it was all in one classroom. Would have drove you bonkers. james: but if you haven't contacted him yet scott, he would really like to hear from you james: @guy - i go bonkers teaching small groups of 8th grade girls as it is. i can't imagine teaching a larger group without my hair going white Scott: Sure, I will respond to one of the e-mails between him and Mike Pamela: James, good news - I have the 27th off so am very flexible time-wise james: great pam! we look forward to seeing you Pamela: I'm getting really excited Guy B.: Boy, I wonder how you are at the end of the day. rich-c: james, you havent told me which ones you'll need copies of james: i was thinking - i have money allocated for our bus tickets to leave niagara but that time isn't set in stone. how would it be if i were to give you a call right before we leave? Pamela: it's long distance, but sure Pamela: call me at home first james: @rich - uhh.. i'll have to double check the one i have, but basically everything minus the basic disassembly james: @pam - i meant from niagara ;) rich-c: that's all three that I have, then Pamela: yeah I know, but it's still long distance : ) rich-c: niagara to Toronto is long distance still, james james: yeah, for you guys maybe ;) Pamela: guess it seems like small potatoes to you James james: but i will keep that in mind Pamela: you might want to get a calling card or call collect james: if anything, i'd call from the hotel. my experience with calling cards has been .. less than favourable rich-c: even just buy a long distance prepaid at any smoke shop Pamela: yeah, but hotel calls are expensive too rich-c: likely in a tourist area like Niagara they'll even have phone that work on credit cards james: perfect Pamela: oh yeah, that would work! rich-c: we just cancelled our Bell long distance plan james: my credit card will be getting a lot of use. i'm going to pay all our restaurant bills with it and settle up with the students while we're on trains and buses etc james: rather than fussing with pennies after a meal james: wasn't working out, rich? Pamela: Dad, I was just talking to Aunt Cynthia - she told me about that rich-c: makes considerable sense, james Pamela: how come? rich-c: got tired of paying $100/yr just to have it there vefore we even used it Guy B.: I don't have long distance, but I have calling cards in case I do need to make a call. james: plus, i get aeroplan points, 1 point for $1. i've had this card for maybe 3 months and i've already got 20,000 points BobS: with today's long distance cards, it it CHEAPER to have the card and punch the numbers Pamela: well at least you won't need to worry about your airfare : ) BobS: we got one never expires for 3 1/2 cewnts per minute james: yeah, and air canada sent me these cool upgrade certificates to go from economy to first class George: Boy, did i let off a load BobS: pain in the butt to punch numbers, but cheap rich-c: I'm using a 10-10 number that charges 5 cents a minute, but that's Canadian Guy B.: And that's true. MCI Worldcom is raising rates again. This time up 29% BobS: YIKES james: mci worldcom? they're still around? BobS: rate sounds good Rich....got a minimum charge too???? George: not for me Guy B.: Blaming it on. Lower than expected revenue. rich-c: no, no minimum, just 5 cents per minute Scott: Well guys, I'm gonna run and do a little homework. Guy B.: Yep, even though they are in backruptcy. George: i switched to Verizon james: ok scott. good luck Scott: Are you meeting on Saturday? rich-c: there's another one that offers 15 minute units even cheaper per minute
moved to room Meeting Place Guy B.: Good to hear from you Scott. See you again soon.
changed username to Pamela rich-c: yes, I expect to be on line Saturday, and George is usually here Guy B.: Ok, we have twin Pams. BobS: be goo dScott Pamela: dammit, I just got disconnected Guy B.: Aimee is online. She will be here shortly. rich-c: night Scott, see you Sat
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Scott left chat session rich-c: OK daughter, have we got you successfully untwinned? Pamela: I just disconnected myself - really bright BobS: nope just got another Pamela james: not on my screen. there are still two of her Pamela: it's the top one I need to ditch, I think BobS: but which one is REAL?????? Pamela: that would be me George: i see two Pamela: gonna try this again
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moved to room Meeting Place rich-c: bet you have two active screensfor teh chat too, one behind teh other
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james confirmed ban Guy B.: Ok, back to one again. james: some ghots just can't be busted, eh? BobS: Pame, you stil here?????? rich-c: likely she's still on the front screen and thinks she's been disconnected
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changed username to Pamela rich-c: you have to check your system tray when this happens and play with teh minimized screens Pamela: okay, I'm back BobS: oh heck just be twins George: here she comes again Pamela: don't anyone touch me, just in case Guy B.: Eventually, the duplicate will disappear. rich-c: when you get removed, your ghost remains Pamela: five times in as many minutes is enough Pamela: I don't have any minimized screens, dad rich-c: Pam, check your system tray and see if you have another chat screen in behind Pamela: and I don't know why i got disconnected in the first place BobS: don't think yo did Pam BobS: you just thought so BobS: so what did I miss in two weeks???????? Pamela: I did, Bob - my connection with Tamco was terminated rich-c: it didn't look as if you had left - you wre still recorded as being here Pamela: !@#$%^^&* computer rich-c: I think it was some sort of bump in the chat program Guy B.: Pam, don't cus the computer. Pamela: sorry Guy, had to be done BobS: just because they are dumb creatures........
(Guy B. gives Pamela a can of Diet Coke.) Pamela: I am frustrated Pamela: thanks, but do you think caffeine is going to help here? rich-c: yeah, but you can't clout 'em like they need, so all that's left is to cuss them instead Guy B.: I gave you the caffeine free one.
(BobS groans loudly) Pamela: exactly George: WAR is a day away Guy B.: No WAR. rich-c: no, Dubya isnt ready yet George: he's itching at it rich-c: oh, Dubya is going to do it, even if no one will join him Guy B.: He knows the resolution will fail. But, that's not going to stop him. George: ithcy trigger finger Guy B.: There's already 300,000 troups there now. rich-c: my bet is that even Britain will back off Pamela: anyway James - both Russell and I will be home that morning, so either way you should get an answer james: i see we're back to geopolitics again james: ok, thanks pam rich-c: no, Guy, 220,000 and 60,000 of those are still on ships waiting to see if Turkey will take them Pamela: it's actually too bad he's working that day - I know he'd love to come along Pamela: oh well james: yeah, that is too bad. rich-c: Pam, you and I have to liase on this, remember Pamela: we will Dad Pamela: just before I got dumped I started to ask you what time you got online on Monday - I tried to call rich-c: probably let you relay to us, since we won't be up when james phones Guy B.: I guess it will be that many when they get there. George: give up WAR for LENT Pamela: that works for me, Dad rich-c: dont remember Pam, my online hours havent been too regular this week Judy: hi, Pam rich-c: have been on quite extensively after dinner though Pamela: Friday was a non-starter for me - I was pooped by the time I got home Pamela: Hey, Judy - how's your tan? rich-c: pity, because I stayed offline to leave it clear for you - I was a bit miffed Pamela: Sorry about that Dad - I really wanted some privacy to talk to you but Russell was home Judy: didn't get much sun, no time to lay out and too hot to lay in it George: freeze or fry Judy: but it sure was nicer than the weather we are getting now rich-c: if you cant talk, it's better to phone and say so, just for future reference BobS: went to Fl for vacation not to get fried like a burger Pamela: okay - sorry about that Pamela: but Bob, red is such a nice colour on you Judy: we did have a good time so relaxing james: sec james: catching up. case is here Pamela: nice to hear. Where did you end up? Guy B.: Aimee has to install Virtual Machine on her new PC and it's slowing her down. She will be on when it's installed. BobS: naw RED sucks rich-c: ah, she doesnt have Java yet? by the way, 1.1 will do for this chat module Judy: in Fort Lauderdale by my parents Guy B.: If you use Internet Explorer. It will ask you to install Virtual Machine. Pamela: I will refrain from retirement jokes rich-c: I'm fully up to date on my IE so I assme I have teh VM, but I got Java with Quicktime Judy: it was better than by Bob's parents, his mom ended up in the hospital down there Pamela: oh dear, what happened? George: IE is dropping VM Pamela: (hi to cutie Case) james: thanks pam james: he can stand for a second or two on his own now Judy: not really sure, but she is fine now they ended up flying home james: in fact, he'll be turning 1 the day before i leave with my troop Pamela: Has anyone talked to Dale and Jillian or Dr. D recently? Where have they disappeared to? rich-c: hoo boy - he'll be up and cruising soon, then Guy B.: Any problems with security at the airport? Pamela: hard to believe he's a year old already rich-c: dont know what's with Dale and Jill, they havent been by for weeks Judy: no, but their plane was delayed Guy B.: Seems they fell off the face of the earth. Pamela: neat trick - it's a big earth! rich-c: well, Dr. D does have his diversions, so he is pretty intermittent Guy B.: And he does have a family to take care of. Pamela: yeah, but Rich is usually more regular than this - we haven't seen him in weeks rich-c: with a full-time working wife, four daughters and his university duties, Dr. D. doesn't have much loose time rich-c: well he was on I think last week but had to quit - had a bad cold Pamela: just thought of something - brb Guy B.: At least one of those daughters has been helping him out and that is Christina. rich-c: yes, she's getting up to teh age where she can lend a helping hand around teh house james: yeah, the time has gone by fast Pamela: Man, I have to do something about the spaghetti on our computer desk james: lol Guy B.: Aimee's back on. I'll see if she's all set. rich-c: I dont think I want to know what that's about Pamela: have you seen our back room lately? there's so much stuff on the desk that there's hardly room for the computer Pamela: considering the size of this desk, that's an accomplishment rich-c: no, I'm still waiting for that invite to see HPO ;-) Pamela: Gotta get cleaned up first Dad so we have seating for everyone. I'm on cleanup detail this weekend rich-c: I'll make a note - after all, soon our roads will be drivable james: case is playing with the phone. hope he doesn't call australia Pamela: was looking for something earlier and found paperwork from 1999 - I REALLY need to shovel out this room Guy B.: Aimee still cannot download VM. She's going to try again. rich-c: they're busy in Oz, got the GP in Melbourne this weekend Pamela: hope he doesn't call Canada James - it's farther away rich-c: fortunately teh race is 10 p.m. our time Saturday, no conflict with chat Pamela: are you gonna stay up and watch it? George: POOP, POOP, POOP james: lol rich-c: of course, it's only two hours, no big deal Pamela: George, who are you pooping on? rich-c: I don't go to bed that early George: it all comes out Pamela: oh, to be retired and stay up until the wee hours rich-c: yes, when we get up in teh morning depends on when we go to bed in teh morning George: CROHN'S Pamela: I can get with that program rich-c: actually I have been trying to hit teh sack around midnight BobS: ya sure.....gonna be later tomorrow morning here, got up early because of 7" of snow this morning rich-c: we saw teh weather forecast so did our grocery shopping last night - and wre very glad when we looked out this morning rich-c: normall we shop a bit before lunch on Wednesdays Pamela: I left at 6:45 this morning - it took me until 7:30 to get to the subway. Half an hour just to get from the Keele / 401 exit around the corner onto Wilson rich-c: do I get teh impression the ramp was a bit slippery? Pamela: no, I was coming up Keele to Wilson - we were averaging about one person turning right onto Wilson per light. Grrrr. rich-c: too many red light r8unners, or teh pedestrians? George: my freezer is full, unfortunately it isn't working right so everything thaws and refreezes rich-c: that's a recipe for food poisoning, George Pamela: neither - I think some people were having trouble negotiating the turn onto Wilson Pamela: don't know why - when I finally got there, it wasn't that bad Pamela: Bob, you'll know what corner I'm talking about - right at the hotel you stayed at for AC12 rich-c: depends, wherever cars have to accelerate from a stop, the snow gets polished into ice Pamela: it wasn't ice, Dad Pamela: you too, Guy rich-c: trying to turn under power in deep snow, then? BobS: ok Pamela: who knows. All I know is that it was really, really slow BobS: I know it, shouldn't have been a problem rich-c: when you have eight inches of snow, mysterious traffic problems do pop up Pamela: people who don't know how to drive in the snow should take the TTC BobS: YAH rich-c: lot of folks dont know what to do with their cars when the road turns white BobS: and they never learn either BobS: seems like they just LIE to live in the snow belt rich-c: they buy front wheel drive cars because everyone says they are better in snow BobS: LIKE Pamela: mind you, I got to the parking lot and watched someone jump the concrete barrier (buried in 8 inches of snow) because he couldn't figure out how to line up with the machine to swipe his pass rich-c: they dont realize better is only a comparative term, and if you don't know what you're doing, it's meaningless BobS: overload shocks and a trunk full of tools is a great equalizer for front wheel drive
(BobS laughs heartily) Pamela: hey, I like my FWD car, and I've been grateful to have it on many an occasion Pamela: that's front, not four BobS: 8" curb kinda negates the bottom on the car yes????? rich-c: me, I found a 50/50 weight distribution, rear winter treads, a low power engine and soft sutomatic made for fine control Pamela: 8 " of snow negates that problem handily rich-c: that and a stiff suspension with high clearance worked wonders BobS: ya Guy B.: Now we are due for a warming trend. BobS: not much though Guy rich-c: I still remember at a stop pulling up and out and around three front-drive cars that couldnt get traction Pamela: so how did you end up with the LTD, the Crown Vic and the van then? Guy B.: 40's by the weekend here. BobS: not here, talking snow......OR if it warms, then rain rich-c: I'll tell you about it sometime, Pam - but teh LTD was better balanced and higher than you think BobS: but not out of the 30's I thought Pamela: they say that these quick temp changes are a harbinger of spring - they say Guy B.: That's what we might get for the weekend. BobS: ya right!!!! two words.........global warming......BAH HUMBUG BobS: might is the key word Guy rich-c: in the paper today they were saying there's a Siberian high pressure cell is doing this to us, and it isnt fading Pamela: well, it says something that I wouldn't take it out the night Russell broke his arm - I got Lin to take us to the hospital. I wouldn't drive that thing in snow and ice rich-c: well, our March 3rd low was teh coldest for that date since 1868 Guy B.: Well, this winter season has been too COLD and we need spring now. Pamela: rear end kept going out on me BobS: OUCH BobS: we didn't getthe record, but close james: i hope it warms up by march 25th BobS: was -5 F here rich-c: sorry Pam I was mixing up the LTD with teh Crown Vic Pamela: I don't mind the cold - I can dress for it -it's all the snow I mind BobS: with this wintere James......who knows!!!!! rich-c: you'll be past teh equinox, james, so the odds are in your favour Pamela: I can't comment on the Crown Vic - I never drove it in bad weather BobS: lovely car Pam.......had one till last year rich-c: but then, that means you'll miss the ice bridge at Niagara BobS: get any full size car, put a little weight in the trunk and it will go Pamela: the newer ones are nice Bob - but Dad's was an '87 BobS: same thung,,,,,had an 89 Pamela: just a little too long for me - I prefer my Taurus BobS: just as big as the newer ones, just liiked smaller BobS: looked Pamela: I must admit to liking the van though : ) rich-c: by the way, Chrysler are showing a new concept car at Geneva today and guess what? BobS: what???? Pamela: what? BobS: van sits higher so you see more rich-c: it's on a new corporate chassis - that's rear wheel drive BobS: AHA......and the Cadillac's are returning to rear whell too BobS: wheel rich-c: seems they have finally got Detroit to see the light Pamela: there is that Bob, but the Safari sits so high, it's a little disconcerting at times BobS: naw, then you fell like a trucker in an 18 wheeler BobS: feel Pamela: especially when one is coming out of our underground parking - the ramp to the street is so steep that sometimes it feels like you're going to tip over BobS: no way rich-c: prolem is, everyone on teh road hates you because they cant see round you rich-c: so they make all sorts of kamikaze moves trying to get by Pamela: well, there is that BobS: tis true and I feel the same when I am behind one BobS: even the newer 1/2 ton pickups are so big you can't see around them Pamela: I'm just impressed that I got the van into and out of our underground, and parked it, without taking out any corners james: ok gang, i'm going to get off my duff here and get some things done BobS: like????? rich-c: OK james, glad to have you by, see you next week I hope BobS: meaning you are leaving us good people james: well i have to prepare some lessons, shower, eat, etc. Pamela: if you must, James. Have a good night. Kiss Case for me. james: looking forward to seeing both of you, pam and rich in a couple of weeks BobS: IF you must leave, be good thsi week and have FUN james: will do Pamela: me too James George: nite James rich-c: we'll be there, james Pamela: hark, I hear a plow rich-c: only now, Pam? we had ours four hours ago Pamela: second or third pass, Dad - or possibly a sidewalk plow George: back to bathroom james: *poof* rich-c: since we have no sidewalk, we don't hear sidewalk ploughs
james left chat session Pamela: speaking of which, did you two get shovelled today? rich-c: yes, Clive came by about 5.30 and dug us out very neatly Pamela: good. rich-c: yes, we have to go over to CPL tomorrow Pamela: thought about that on the way home Pamela: you didn't go yesterday? rich-c: we didnt go Tuesday as there was a bed rail on order and it didnt come in till today Pamela: for Grammy? rich-c: yes, she apparently fell out of bed a few weeks ago Pamela: oh, that kind of rail. I thought you were talking about part of the frame rich-c: your mother has been trying to find and order a suitable bed rail since and finally did Pamela: good, I'm glad rich-c: we are just hoping that it will fit and be useful Pamela: I'll drink to that Pamela: mmm, cranberry Guy B.: Ok, folks. I'm going to go. Won't be here this Saturday. Aimee apologizes that she couldn't come here tonight. I'll see you all next week. Pamela: greetings to Aimee anyway. Good night, Guy. rich-c: OK Guy, look for both of you next Wednesday then BobS: bye Guy, tell Aimee HI for us ok?????? rich-c: meanwhile good night, sleep tight Guy B.: I will Guy B.: See you next week. Bye
Guy B. left chat session BobS: well gang time for us to tattle on too BobS: at tleast mineself Pamela: Yes, I guess it's getting on towards bedtime rich-c: right, gotta go nurse that sunburn rich-c: guess you'll be around next few weeks, though? BobS: gtlad to be home but sad that we left warmer weather behind Pamela: I can understand that Bob BobS: be around for while here rich-c: dont worry, it will, come find you soon Pamela: we're glad you're back though BobS: oh......snow cleaned off roads now Pam?????? Pamela: dunno, haven't looked outside BobS: well how 's about on the way home from work???? Pamela: I'll find out in the morning. I suspect that it's a sidewalk plow BobS: should have got a darn good start on it Pamela: we're on a bus route here, so we always get plowed right away. rich-c: yes, the main roads are clear, because they have done ours and they don't start side streets till teh mains are finished BobS: ok, see ya then!!!!! Pamela: the trip home was a breeze
BobS left chat session Pamela: gnite rich-c: nite, Bob and Judy Judy: nite all rich-c: brb Pamela: nite Judy rich-c: guess it is getting to be that time Pamela: guess so - I need to catch up from last nigh Pamela: t rich-c: right -see you Saturday, George? Pamela: since R is working this weekend, will try to call George: I have to go, Nite all rich-c: good thouight Pamela: Nite, George rich-c: nite George George: poof
Judy left chat session Pamela: okay Dad, until the weekend. Sleep tight
George left chat session rich-c: remember I will be chatting at 3 p.m. Sat rich-c: OK nite now Pamela: will remember. Pamela: g'nite. Poof
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