rich-c: salut, Daniel
Daniel @ work moved to room Meeting Place Daniel @ work: bonsoir Rich rich-c: how are things in la Belle Proince? assez de neige?
moved to room Meeting Place Daniel @ work: Enough snow... it's more "slushy" with all the water. I'm at work right now so I may not be able to reply instantly.
changed username to GuyF GuyF: AT WORK??? :O rich-c: a few distractions on teh side, I gather rich-c: that's what he says, Guy - bonne nuit to you, too Daniel @ work: oui, je suis encore au boulot. J'avance à petit pas dans un nouveau projet et j'aimerais que ça débloque d'ici vendredi GuyF: Rich: Leaving so soon Rich? Why the "bonne nuit"? rich-c: e3h bien, bon soir - desole Daniel @ work: I forgot that this applet didn'T accept the accents. Daniel @ work: goodnight Rich... GuyF: Hi is easier to understand.
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changed username to Meeka Daniel @ work: Hello Meeka Meeka: yayyyy, it worked this week rich-c: oh, so then it doesn't matter that my charachter change programme isn't working anyway? rich-c: hello Meeka Meeka: hello rich-c: Daniel, you live in Ste. Foy, don't you? Daniel @ work: Ste-Foy is now Quebec Daniel @ work: fusion rich-c: ah, I haven't had an address change from my cousin who lives there Daniel @ work: some streets change their names, not mine. rich-c: I shall habve yto check and ask her about it rich-c: she is on rue Bellevue Daniel @ work: at least if you have the right code starting by G..., it will go to the right steet normally GuyF: So you must be a fan of Patrick Roy's "Ramparts de Quebec" junior hockey team, eh Dan? Daniel @ work: google map still uses the old street names rich-c: here since amalgamation, if you live on a street with a name duplicated elsewhere, you add the name pf the original city to it Daniel @ work: I didn't watch hockey since the mid '90s... rich-c: so Pamela's official address is now Church St. Weston GuyF: Well, thet habs made it to the playoffs, whoohoo. rich-c: the Leafs aren't out mathematically yet, but who's kidding who? GuyF: Maple Laughs still have a chance? :) rich-c: mathematically - but math is very theoretical
moved to room Meeting Place Daniel @ work: In the past, we never asked if they will do the playoff, we asked when will be the parade
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Bobs changed username to BobS GuyF: The lootinradeg ap? Meeka: hi dad GuyF: lotting parade? rich-c: I am so old that I remember when we did that i Toronto, too BobS: HI Meeka !!!!!!! rich-c: hello Robert Daniel @ work: hi Bob GuyF: Bob! BobS: Hi kids GuyF: Rich,Dan,Bob,Guy,Dale,Neil - what's with those 3 or 4 letter names that we have here? Daniel @ work: excuse me but I will be more quiet for a couple of minutes... I'm still at work so, I can't chat normally. BobS: they all remind me of WORK rich-c: we're all lazy ;-) BobS: remember, that is a four letter word also
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changed username to Pamela rich-c: hello daughter Daniel @ work: Pam is 3 letters :) GuyF: Hello..... Newman. Pamela: hi there Meeka: hi pam rich-c: no, Newtown or Newton Pamela: uh - is that significant, Daniel? GuyF: Yes, Pam is 3 letters, that's true, another lazy name. rich-c: you'll have to see the transcript, Pam Pamela: okay . . . Pamela: I think GuyF: We were commenting on how short most of our names are... 3 or 4 letters. Pamela: ah rich-c: that's the spirit - now have you told everyone about the convention (I assume yes) GuyF: Dan, Pam, Bob, Guy, Dale, Neil, Rich, et etc..,.. Daniel @ work: well, they are more nicknames than our real names. GuyF: Guy is my real name. hmpf! GuyF: And I'm sure it's GuyB 's real name too. :) Daniel @ work: I know. Daniel @ work: :) rich-c: yes, it is GuyF: So what's the hot news with the Adamcon? Pamela: the afghan came yesterday Meeka: cool Pamela: is that hot enough for ya? Pamela: I haven't looked at it yet Daniel @ work: Richard, Robert, Pamela, Daniel... shit I forgot to ask for the dates... I still have time. GuyF: Sure! The Afghan is a lovely piece of art/work. I want to win it! Pamela: remember to build travel time into your time off Daniel rich-c: we already have ours - by now it's so old we will soon need another Daniel @ work: The actual plan is to meet Neil the day before. Pamela: yes, and I already have mine - Erin won it for me Meeka: i have mine on my legs rigth now Pamela: cool! GuyF: We just bought a nice leather couch, and the afghan will be perfect on it, during cold winter evenings... Pamela: if we disqualify everyone who already has one, your odds improve considerably, Guy : ) rich-c: just make sure you buy lots of draw tickets, then Pamela: shall I open it? GuyF: Rich: I'll try to slip a $20 to the person organizing the draw. ;) rich-c: just to make sure the post office didn't spill ink all over it or something? Pamela: alright, hang on Daniel @ work: For those who know what AVGN means, a colecovision related video will be done by him in 2 weeks. Based on his style, it will be just "bulshit" on how bad the system is or look rather than telling it's a great game system. rich-c: usually it's the youngest person present who gets to draw the ticket GuyF: Dan, Erin, Dale... who else is young? Daniel @ work: Who else? you! Meeka: me rich-c: their kids? GuyF: No, I'm 35, older than you Dan, so that excludes me. rich-c: likely Geoff will get to do the honours GuyF: My daughter is 3 months old, so technically, I might be the proud owner of that Afghan if I can teach her how to read names on a card by then. Daniel @ work: come on... 35, it's not old, specially in a coleco related group rich-c: I'd have mentioned her but that obstacle occurred to me too ;-) GuyF: Dan: Well with a lovely wife, 2 screaming children, I feel older. :) Daniel @ work: then ask you kid to help you... so you will be younger than me , in average. rich-c: aw c'mon Guy, you haven't even halfway caught up with me yet GuyF: Rich: I hope to make it to my retirement. After that, who knows. Daniel @ work: How old you think I am? GuyF: Dan: You're like 32 or something. BobS: 24 Daniel @ work: I will be 33 years old this june. BobS: ok, wrong GuyF: Hence, you are 32 or something. rich-c: hey, retirement is just when the good stuff starts GuyF: Rich: I know. I can't wait! Counting the years... 22 years and counting... Daniel @ work: I'm loosing hairs, getting fat... side effect of working with computers and unsolvable problems. rich-c: yep - mind you, lots to do in the meantime GuyF: Dan: Yeah, I don't; work with computers and I have the same weight problem... It's also in our nutrition.
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changed username to Judy Daniel @ work: Hi Judy rich-c: hello Judy, welcome to the group Meeka: hi mom GuyF: Hey Jude! Daniel @ work: Jude Daniel @ work: ? GuyF: Beatles. Judy: Hello, Guy, Daniel, Meeka, Pamela, and Rich Judy: no, was playing a game rich-c: anyway, I went to see the surgeon today to check on my operation Judy: how is everyone? Daniel @ work: I apologize to be at work right now, and I'm going back to work from now. Talk to you in approx. 30 minutes GuyF: an operation where Rich? rich-c: he said ir had gone exceedingly well and described some of the details Daniel @ work: (I'm fine, there is a lot of snow outside, water + snow in the streets, etc...) rich-c: my hernia operation, a month ago
moved to room Meeting Place Meeka: I been editing pictures most the night Judy: that sounds like good news, Rich, do you feel good also
changed username to Rons-Dry-MacBook Rons-Dry-MacBook: Hey all! rich-c: anyway he said where he went in he encountered rather little fat GuyF: Hey Ron!! Judy: hi, Ron rich-c: hello Ron
GuyF left chat session Rons-Dry-MacBook: Hi Judy, Hi Rich, Hi GuyF rich-c: anyway I guess he just didn't look in the right place 8 - ) Pamela: Hi Judy, Hi Ron Meeka: hi ron Rons-Dry-MacBook: Hey Meeka Rons-Dry-MacBook: So the chat works this week rich-c: why is your Macbook dry, Ron? is this a change from a previous wet? Meeka: yup, seems like ti Rons-Dry-MacBook: this is a new one Rich. the last MacBook got a glass of water spilled on it. It died
moved to room Meeting Place Rons-Dry-MacBook: fried the motherboard in 4 places rich-c: apparently Dale did get it on line last week but too late to be useful Rons-Dry-MacBook: So I got a new one
changed username to Guy B. Guy B.: Greetings!!!! rich-c: he said he checked it at 8.30 but thought the problem was in his computer not the server Rons-Dry-MacBook: Mr Bona BobS: yes last week got on about 10:30ish Meeka: hi guy Pamela: Hi Guy! rich-c: hello GuyB Judy: hi, Guy B rich-c: anyway spilling water on oteboooks is too expensive an amusement for my tastes
Rons-Dry-MacBook changed username to Ron Ron: ya got that right pilgrim! Ron: And it was not very amusing BobS: it does seem to be a mite highbrow entertainment, doesn't it............................... Ron: a blatant act of stupidity rich-c: saw a rather nice Windows laptop offered on craigslist here yesterday BobS: what SHALL we do for excitement.....................................hmmm Meeka: doug breaks his down into bits and pieces for fun LOL :-) rich-c: blue smoke always creates a tantalizing mystery - as in how much can be salvaged? Judy: Meeka, I went to G & G's today and Gramp had my bird done you will have to come and see it Meeka: cool, that was fast Ron: brb Judy: yea, he must have worked on it night and day Meeka: i guess so BobS: but the problem is........he mountedit UPSIDE DOWN Judy: was a new bird and guess it was something that sounded good to him to do Daniel @ work: well, I will leave in a few minutes, maybe I will be able to connect and chat again in an hour. bye Daniel @ work: goodnight to all of you Meeka: lol BobS: nite Daniel Pamela: nite Daniel Meeka: but they are always upside down when you see them rich-c: OK Daniel, see you later Judy: oh, and he was on your website, so he can get on Guy B.: Bye Daniel Judy: it is upside down on the stomp it is mounted on Meeka: thats good Pamela: I just sent an e-mail to the list showing a pic of the afghan rich-c: that's fine if it's a nuthatch Pamela: so check your in-boxes Guy B.: Just sent you a message Pam Judy: it is a red breasted nuthatch Meeka: it is Rich rich-c: now that Pam finally has a DSK line she's already drunk with power ;-) rich-c: DSL Ron: drunk? Pamela: me loves DSL Ron: I'm sure you would Meeka: yes, it is really nice rich-c: btw, Monday I sent two jpegs of 80K each to a buddy with a 14.4 modem (don't ask) rich-c: he said it took over eight minutes to download - that sounds way out of line to me rich-c: 80K at 14.4K per second should be about six seconds - any ideas, anyone? BobS: sounds like along time indeed
Daniel @ work left chat session rich-c: he's on AOL which may explain a bit Pamela: saw it, Guy rich-c: and of course he uses a Mac, which may explain more, right, Ron? Ron: them's fightin' words fella! Ron: But really, that sure seems like a heck of a long time rich-c: well, I can't offer him a better explanation... Ron: there is a certain amount of error checking that goes on during the transfer, which might make things slower rich-c: I know; I spent more than eight minutes just cutting the pictures down to 80K Pamela: now I've packed it back up to protect it Ron: it sends packet by packet. Each packet has to be received and acknowledged. And if a packet doesn't get acknowledged, then it must be resent Meeka: I recognize a lot of those stripes from past afghans rich-c: yes, and strange things happen on the net, but that sounded pretty weird to me Pamela: who aside from Erin and Guy doesn't have an afghan yet? rich-c: well, I need a lot more information from him before I can offer useful remarks Ron: Is that the one I'm going to win? BobS: yup Ron: not I mam rich-c: meanwhile I sent him a craiglist listing from his area for a Mac g4 at a pennies price Pamela: you don't have one yet Ron? Ron: I already have one, and it's right here Ron: yes, I cannot tell a lie Judy: we have two Ron: I got the one Meeka wanted to win Ron: she was not pleased Meeka: lol Meeka: I have one Judy: if you pay enough you win Ron: oh that's right eh? Pamela: Meeka, I wonder if Jean took the 20 theme and incorporated all the previous afghan colours into this one? Meeka: could be BobS: could be.....tis colorful Ron: Think mine cost me about $23. plus an additional $75 in baggage overweight charges Meeka: on of the stipes looks like it matches mine BobS: WHAT !!!!!!!!! Ron: yup Meeka: we brought it with us that year, so we had plenty space to bring it home :-P Judy: see if you pay enough you win BobS: seems like I kinda remember something about that.......should have worn it Ron: tee hee Ron: Well I couldn't say for sure that it was the afghan that did it Ron: probably some of the other stuff I should have left at home Judy: only money, yeh Ron: yeah right! Pamela: mine is definitely in there (top left corner) Ron: Any word whether Jean is going to be able to make it? Pamela: she's determined to come Ron: sure hope she can do it. rich-c: regrettably, at times determination isn't quite enough Ron: quite right Rich rich-c: but we will all certainly be hoping she can BobS: have you talked or had email contact with her lately Pam ???? Pamela: yes, last week Bob BobS: good Pamela: she let me know that she'd mailed the afghan Pamela: and had questions about the airports Ron: well then she's thinking about it anyway Pamela: I have to get off my duff and finish the small stuff Judy: I think if someone will go with her she will go Pamela: word is one of her daughters is coming with her Ron: If all runs true to form Pamela (as has happened to the rest of us) you'll have stuff to do the night before the convention rich-c: I wonder if she'd do better coming through Toronto or Buffalo? Pamela: I think she'd be better flying into Toronto rich-c: bet she'd get an awful lot better fare to Buffalo Pamela: that's not the only consideration though rich-c: I don't think the connections into Niagara Falls would be any joy Pamela: you have to think about getting from Buffalo to St. Catharines, plus crossing the border rich-c: yes, an American citizen coming into Canada should be OK, but going home is another story rich-c: (damn, our refrigerator light has just burned out) rich-c: (had to go in and dig for my beer in the dark) Pamela: wish I'd known Dad, I have a spare you could have had and I was over by you earlier today BobS: so now it's DARK BEER Ron: Searching for a beer in the dark rich-c: oddly enough, it is - Waterloo Dark from Waterloo Brewing BobS: well, tomorrow the light will come back on because you will want to drink a LITE BEER rich-c: interesting brew with a rather unique, quite grainy taste Ron: That's the thing about lightbulbs. They don't tell you when they're on their way out rich-c: no, it will come back on because I go and buy a new one, since I have to go out anyway BobS: that too Ron: where were you when the bulb went black rich-c: well I think this one dates back a couple of decades, so maybe it's entitled BobS: but it gets so little use, and it IS air conditioned rich-c: I think it blew while Frances was putting away the groceries after shopping today Ron: that's it, blame it on poor Frances!! <evil grin> BobS: last one to touch it Judy: how is Frances? BobS: TOO BAD rich-c: she's on teh laptop in the living room, perusing her forums of choice Ron: Say Hi Pamela: Hi Mom! rich-c: every time I come down with something, she wants to know what her chauffeur and computer fixer is down with Judy: yes, do say hi rich-c: Frances says Hi to you-all Ron: <Ron waves from beyond mountains, on the island> rich-c: so now she knows all about hip replacements and broken backs and sleep apnea and hernias rich-c: this is beyond her own ailments of course Ron: a veritable medical cornucopia of situations rich-c: but so far all survivable - inconvenient, but survivable Ron: Thank the Good Lord for that! Pamela: a very good thing in my eyes! Judy: how is her back? rich-c: yes, I very much prefer it that way myself rich-c: the scoliosis is still giving her a very hard time - I think she is having a hard time deciding if surgery is worth it rich-c: it's a very painful, somewhat risky operation with a long recovery period Judy: the trouble is will it take the pain away or just give more? Ron: Aye, there lies the rub rich-c: that is one of the questions she has to weigh Judy: bummer!!! rich-c: we also don't know if the current pain is bursitis or muscle spasm or other temporary thing or long-term rich-c: oddly enough, I have a very similar pain in my back, but it is apparently not connected to the breakage rich-c: and of course x-rays show nothing, and other diagnostic machines aren't promising Meeka: well, Bandit is insistant he wants to go out so I guess I better go Ron: scoliosis = inflamation of the what?? Meeka: see ya next week if I remember Pamela: gnite Meeka Judy: night Meeka, see you soon BobS: nnite Meeka Ron: Bandit rules! rich-c: right, Meeka - it was nice to have you aboard - have a good night Ron: nite Meeka Pamela: scoliosis is a curvature of the spine, Ron
Meeka left chat session Ron: ok - consider myself duly informed Ron: tks Pamela: you can have a side to side curve or a front to back curve Ron: got my "osis" and "itis" confused Pamela: the latter results in a widow's hump which grows worse with time rich-c: it is sometimes called widows hump as women are much more susceptible to it than men Ron: right Pamela: think of it as an "S" which out from the nape of the neck, then in to the ribcage, then out again towards the waist rich-c: women live longer and are more prone to osteopenia and osteoporosis Pamela: it's the top of the S which causes the hump Pamela: sorry, curves out Ron: doesn't sound like fun rich-c: trust me, it is not Ron: indeed rich-c: topic switch - what's the most recent computer that will support the Emulator? Ron: I know - from experience- that Vista will not run the emulator Ron: unless there's something I haven't got set up right. Ron: But XP will rich-c: seems that in making BIOSs to support dual or quad core, they have sacrificed teh ability to deal with legacy programs Ron: could be Ron: But I am a mere AMD Sempron rich-c: it isn't the OS fundamentally, this is the actual chip and motherboard Ron: Worked fine when I was running XP on that box, but now.... alas... rich-c: I went to look for a new computer and found the next generation of my motherboard Pamela: wow you two have been busy while my back was turned! rich-c: it had a notice saying it would not run Win2K or 98SE and so on - just not capable Ron: I detest that Ron: One should be able to run whatever operating system one chooses rich-c: check MSI for their AMD motherboards - K8 series - its a big notice, can't miss it Ron: what a crock! rich-c: Asus are more subtle about it, but the weasel wording makes it clear rich-c: I may have no choice but to upgrade what I have Ron: My next one - whenever that is - I will simply not do business with anyone who will not allow me install my own operating system. Have had it with these people rich-c: one of my buddies says go for a new machine, but run a virtual machine within Linux Ron: yes, actually that is the way around it rich-c: I've already downloaded Ubuntu 7.x and the freebie virtual machine program Ron: right rich-c: but surely to run it in a VM you still have to install the old OS like Win89SE or XP? Ron: Well I'd install Linux first and put Windows on the Virtual machine Ron: oh....looking at what you said above, and that's what you said. Guy B.: Hardy Heron version 8.04 will be released in April. A beta is out, but still is buggy I heard Ron: I heard about that Guy, and went to look for it. Couldn't find it. Still running 7.10 rich-c: ye gods, they only just relesed Gutsy Gopher - man are tehy pushing it Ron: Maybe I'll stay where I am Guy B.: I found out through the Ubuntuforums. rich-c: maybe I should start with Puppy Linux? Ron: That's the trouble with this world. There always has to be something new. Ron: So far as I can see Rich, Ubuntu is about as user friendly as they come. rich-c: load it in my old AMD K6-2 with about 64 meg of RAM? Ron: There are so many Linux Distros out there now rich-c: yes - I've heard Knoppix has a very friendly interface for Windows users Guy B.: I'm going to put FreeDos on the Dell, but keeping Win98 on the second drive. I should be able to put a boot manager so I can boot between the two. Ron: yup, and runs from a CD. Good for troubleshooting Guy B.: The other two PC's I got bigger hard drives through a friend at work, so I'm going to put Ubuntu on both with the hard drive selector rich-c: well, there's the wak spot with Linux - support is very willing but has serious limitation s rich-c: well Guy if you use FAT32 as your main file system, you max out at four 32-gig partitions Ron: Have a couple of guru's around here. We have a group. To me, that beats support from New Dehli rich-c: so anything bigger than about a 150gig drive you have lots of spare room anyway, might as well use it Guy B.: The 8GB is Fat32. I have a 1GB that is Fat16 that will work with it. rich-c: unfortunately, I'm sure I could find a group here but never the time for it Ron: Oh I would think so in Metro somewhere eh? Guy B.: The other drives are FAT32 or will be converted to it Ron: must close the curtains....it's actually getting dark here rich-c: right, finding teh group is a given, finding teh time is the taken away Ron: yeh rich-c: Guy, FAT32 will support up to 32 gig partitions, at least in XP rich-c: given how cheap they are nowadays, might as well go for a 160+ gig hard disc and give teh extra space to Linux Ron: I just got here at 500 GB external drive for $150. rich-c: Windows doesn't see the Linux operating system so doesnt count it agaisnt you partition quota rich-c: my issue is that my BIOS is too old to allow booting from a USB port Ron: ah.. yes, there's another issue rich-c: otherwise I'd be in like a dirty shirt as I already have an external drive (ca. 150 gig) Ron: yes rich-c: which is also why I favour a new computer - new goodies like the USB boot Ron: there would seem to be a percentage in that all right rich-c: otherwise, the one that I have is already too big and powerful for my needs Ron: well I tellya.... from Adam on up, I think I've probably used about 10% of the capabilities of any computer I've ever owned, including the current crop rich-c: I think we have lost Bob and Pamela, Ron Ron: yes, believe so Pamela: no I rich-c: they still show but they are awfully quiet Pamela: 'm still here Ron: we're probably getting a little techie for Pamela Pamela: it's okay I learn something BobS: naw, I am here BobS: just listening BobS: Judy says BYE Pamela: it's nice because I'm usually the blabbermouth rich-c: you should be chipping in Pamela: g'nite Judy rich-c: night, Judy Ron: Lady I know here just bought a new computer from London Drugs....Intel Quad - complete multi-media package, 3 GB Ram and 350 GB hard drive - $1100. Ron: nite Judy Ron: too late rich-c: yes, you look at that and think you should be honest and use a gun and mask Ron: right! rich-c: then you look at the US prices and find they're all but paying you to take them rich-c: I can't imagine what I would do with an Intel Quad Pamela: London Drugs is not your usual computer sales outlet rich-c: maybe not around Toronto Pam, but elsewhere they are BIG Ron: No it's not Pam, but I do steer people there rather than Futile Shop rich-c: you don't have Tiger Direct out your way, do you, Ron? Pamela: anywhere is better than Future Shop Pamela: I've never bought anything there that worked the first time Guy B.: Well folks, will be taking Annie out soon. Will see you all next week Ron: My own guy is not a big box, he's a local, but people tend to shy away from his shop.......looks like my old basement Ron: Night Guy rich-c: actually when I've checked pricing Future Shop has been hotly competitive Ron: no Rich, no Tiger Direct Pamela: gnite Guy rich-c: see you Giy Guy B.: Poof
Guy B. left chat session Ron: Think London Drugs is Alberta and BC only.... not sure. rich-c: yes, there are lots of white-box holes in the wall around here, some have been in business for decades now BobS: well gang, time for me also to hit the sack....... rich-c: I believe they are named for and originated in London, Ont. BobS: see you next week, OK ??????? BobS: be good and have FUN Ron: Yessir Bob....go straight home now BobS: will do ron Pamela: goodnight Bob
BobS left chat session Ron: grin rich-c: OK Bob, see you next Wednesday, then Ron: Oh by the way... I won't be here next week. Camera club is taking a trip to Victoria Mon/Thurs Pamela: have fun Ron rich-c: well, the witching hour arrived real quickly tonight, didn't it? Ron: we're off to photograph nudes on Douglas street Pamela: stay tuned to your inbox - let's hope I have somehting to fill it rich-c: OK - watch out for the bunny plague Ron: but there probably won't be any Ron: yes Ron: right Pam. I usually do check my email while I'm on these jaunts rich-c: we'll make a note Pamela: just keep thinking Afghan! Ron: Ok folks, think I shall up and disappear too Ron: so we'll see y'all in a couple of weeks rich-c: btw, we seem to have acquired a backyard bunny this month Pamela: gnite Ron - play safe Pamela: just one Dad? rich-c: night Ron Ron: a backyard bunny...well.. how about that Ron: ok... nite all Pamela: what on earth is he living on? Ron: pooooof rich-c: well, that's one more than we've had before
Ron left chat session rich-c: raccons, check, skunks, check, squirrels, don't even ask - but bunnies, no
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changed username to Daniel Bienvenu rich-c: salut, Daniel Daniel Bienvenu: wow... I wasn't sure it will work at home since the last 2 last chat sessions I miss rich-c: manage to get the work done? Pamela: well Daniel, another few minutes and you'd have missed us Daniel Bienvenu: well, at least I didn't miss the first minutes. :) rich-c: yes, there were machine problems but Dale did get it up eventually, just very late rich-c: unfortunately everyone else has signed off and gove to bed Daniel Bienvenu: I will do the same.. I'm very tires now Daniel Bienvenu: err... tired, not tires Daniel Bienvenu: lol rich-c: sounds like a sensible idea - Pam and I are about to sign off too Pamela: yes and it's time I went to bed too rich-c: so when will you give up a call, Pam? Daniel Bienvenu: talk to you all next week. take care! Pamela: hopefully tomorrow Dad rich-c: OK Daniel - bonne nuit - a la prochaine! Pamela: worse comes to worst, Friday Daniel Bienvenu: a la prochaine! :) Pamela: goodnight Daniel rich-c: OK, we'll see how it goes, then Daniel Bienvenu: bonne nuit Pam, Rich
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