Binaural


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 killingtime wrote:


Did you ever make it to Georgetown area?



Once or twice. Smile

Only remember one trip back, though.

Quick, someone check my spelling and grammar for me.

killingtime


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I am not sure I know what everyone does...

I am a realtor, as most of you know...

Any students?

Binaural


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 killingtime wrote:
I am not sure I know what everyone does...

I am a realtor, as most of you know...

Any students?



I am, for about another 45 minutes. Big Smile

Quick, someone check my spelling and grammar for me.

dreamaster


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 killingtime wrote:


The operative words should be "Not yet!"



I don't think my religion has a church, much less priests.

I'm a deist - I think most lapsed catholics head that way if they don't switch to outright agnostic.

killingtime


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 Binaural wrote:


Once or twice. Smile

Only remember one trip back, though.



You must travel often?

killingtime


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 Binaural wrote:


I am, for about another 45 minutes. Big Smile



Graduate this semester?

killingtime


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 dreamaster wrote:


I don't think my religion has a church, much less priests.

I'm a deist - I think most lapsed catholics head that way if they don't switch to outright agnostic.



Ah, so you don't worship and fear the "woot gods," eh?

dreamaster


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 killingtime wrote:


Ah, so you don't worship and fear the "woot gods," eh?



I fear no online person.

What's the worst they can do to me? Ban my current IP?

{snicker}

killingtime


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 killingtime wrote:


You must travel often?



As for me:

NY
CT
NJ
RI
MA
ME
PA
NH
MO
FL
CA
NV
Aruba (multiple times)
England (multiple times)
Canada (multiple times)
Bahamas
Mexico
Kaui
Hawaii (Honolulu)

killingtime


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 dreamaster wrote:


I fear no online person.

What's the worst they can do to me? Ban my current IP?

{snicker}



I got "k-lined" once...about 9 years ago.

Binaural


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 killingtime wrote:


Graduate this semester?



Well, you could put it that way. I go to school online, and my very last class ends at midnight, local time. Or, about 39 minutes from now. It's been a really fast two years, but I will unofficially be done with my MBA as of tonight.


Assuming I finish my paper, that is. Wink

Quick, someone check my spelling and grammar for me.

dreamaster


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I've been to all the states cept for alaska and Hawaii.

Never been out of the country.

killingtime


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 Binaural wrote:


Well, you could put it that way. I go to school online, and my very last class ends at midnight, local time. Or, about 39 minutes from now. It's been a really fast two years, but I will unofficially be done with my MBA as of tonight.


Assuming I finish my paper, that is. Wink



Nice. So, you are like an Access and Excel master, huh?

dreamaster


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Wait - I just remembered, when I was 5 years old My grandparents took me to mexico.

Strange - I don't have a passport.

NeoLuddite


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Nemuro, Japan

killingtime


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 dreamaster wrote:
I've been to all the states cept for alaska and Hawaii.

Never been out of the country.



Wow! That is impressive! Over how many years did you accomplish this? And was it like a "road trip?"

Are you Xenophobic?

Binaural


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 killingtime wrote:


You must travel often?



Not as often as I would like, but now that I'm done with school (again), I'd like to get out a bit more. I've been to DC many times, though, starting in high school for the National Youth Leadership Forum on Law and the Constitution. The funniest thing happened the last time I was in DC, too. I was looking for a particular Indian restaurant I went to once (which I didn't find, btw), and ran into a bunch of kids that were attending that forum. Odd, huh?

Since then, I've been back as a tourist a few times, once to visit my fiance (now, wife) who was working at NIH, and once for a Criminal Justice conference.

Quick, someone check my spelling and grammar for me.

Binaural


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 dreamaster wrote:
Wait - I just remembered, when I was 5 years old My grandparents took me to mexico.

Strange - I don't have a passport.



You don't need a passport to visit mexico until sometime in 2006.

Quick, someone check my spelling and grammar for me.

killingtime


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 dreamaster wrote:
Wait - I just remembered, when I was 5 years old My grandparents took me to mexico.

Strange - I don't have a passport.



Back then, you only needed your birth certificate.

You should get a passport and get shaking on some of that international travel.

Binaural


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 killingtime wrote:


Nice. So, you are like an Access and Excel master, huh?



I've taken courses specifically on those programs, but they can get pretty involved, and I don't use Access very often, so I'd have to say no.

Quick, someone check my spelling and grammar for me.

killingtime


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 NeoLuddite wrote:

Nemuro, Japan



Oooh, Japan, wouldn't it be great to go there...and stay in that fancy hotel that is practically automated?

dreamaster


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 killingtime wrote:


Back then, you only needed your birth certificate.

You should get a passport and get shaking on some of that international travel.



Dunno - I feel more of a need to buy an RV, and just tour the United States.

If I ever hit the lottery, that's what I'll be doing.

killingtime


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 Binaural wrote:


Not as often as I would like, but now that I'm done with school (again), I'd like to get out a bit more. I've been to DC many times, though, starting in high school for the National Youth Leadership Forum on Law and the Constitution. The funniest thing happened the last time I was in DC, too. I was looking for a particular Indian restaurant I went to once (which I didn't find, btw), and ran into a bunch of kids that were attending that forum. Odd, huh?

Since then, I've been back as a tourist a few times, once to visit my fiance (now, wife) who was working at NIH, and once for a Criminal Justice conference.



You need to make time for these things in life...life can pass so quickly.

It is weird that like minded people would end up in the same restaurants...guess you have similar "tastes" in other things as well (bad pun, I know.)

What is NIH?

Binaural


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 dreamaster wrote:


Dunno - I feel more of a need to buy an RV, and just tour the United States.

If I ever hit the lottery, that's what I'll be doing.




Good idea. No permanent address for all of your "relatives" to come out of the woodwork and bug you at.

Quick, someone check my spelling and grammar for me.

Binaural


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 killingtime wrote:


You need to make time for these things in life...life can pass so quickly.

It is weird that like minded people would end up in the same restaurants...guess you have similar "tastes" in other things as well (bad pun, I know.)

What is NIH?



National Institutes of Health.

Quick, someone check my spelling and grammar for me.

NeoLuddite


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 killingtime wrote:


Oooh, Japan, wouldn't it be great to go there...and stay in that fancy hotel that is practically automated?


Beautiful place. The toilets are even automated...

killingtime


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 Binaural wrote:


I've taken courses specifically on those programs, but they can get pretty involved, and I don't use Access very often, so I'd have to say no.



Math and I don't mix. I used to use these very complex spreadsheets that linked everywhere...and if you messed up in anyway...you were screwed trying to figure out what happened in the formula.

killingtime


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 dreamaster wrote:


Dunno - I feel more of a need to buy an RV, and just tour the United States.

If I ever hit the lottery, that's what I'll be doing.



You know what I hate about RVs? They all have a cheesy exterior...those stripes...the interiors have gotten so much better, but generally, they sit in peoples driveways, look dated and rust away.

dreamaster


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 killingtime wrote:


Math and I don't mix. I used to use these very complex spreadsheets that linked everywhere...and if you messed up in anyway...you were screwed trying to figure out what happened in the formula.



That's why I prefer tables and SQL

the data is stored, and all you have to do is manipulate the relaitionship.

killingtime


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 Binaural wrote:



Good idea. No permanent address for all of your "relatives" to come out of the woodwork and bug you at.



LOL.

NeoLuddite


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Hokkaido, eastern coast

killingtime


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 NeoLuddite wrote:

Beautiful place. The toilets are even automated...



Been?

killingtime


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 Binaural wrote:


National Institutes of Health.



Very smart wife!

dreamaster


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 killingtime wrote:


You know what I hate about RVs? They all have a cheesy exterior...those stripes...the interiors have gotten so much better, but generally, they sit in peoples driveways, look dated and rust away.



There's one that looks like a futuristic military vehicle, that has a fireplace and room for two motorcycles or a mini in the back of the RV - It sells for a cool quarter of a million dollars.

killingtime


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 dreamaster wrote:


That's why I prefer tables and SQL

the data is stored, and all you have to do is manipulate the relaitionship.



Whoa! I learned basic and cobol on a Mac in HS. No computer languages for me. Back then, our assignment was to have a soccer player kick the ball in a circle.

NeoLuddite


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 killingtime wrote:


Been?


Yup, plus a few others.

killingtime


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 NeoLuddite wrote:

Hokkaido, eastern coast



Very unique, when do you see cliffs where vegetation actual grows on its sides? Cardiff certainly does not.

killingtime


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 dreamaster wrote:


There's one that looks like a futuristic military vehicle, that has a fireplace and room for two motorcycles or a mini in the back of the RV - It sells for a cool quarter of a million dollars.



I could sell my house and buy it and have enough money to buy gas for it for probably a month! Wink

killingtime


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 NeoLuddite wrote:

Yup, plus a few others.



Well, *pry...*

killingtime


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Wow, you guys became awfully silent...

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