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Moquel
Pleb
posted 03-29-00 07:15 ET (US)         
Joke, se PH Forums

but feel free to reply

[This message has been edited by Moquel (edited 03-29-2000).]

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Moquel
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 14:51 ET (US)     26 / 82       
I actually have it on MP3.

Nothing can cure a depression better than hillarious 'cool' music from the eighties and a few pizza's in the recovery room

Marcus Lindicus
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 14:53 ET (US)     27 / 82       
Hey Moquel,
Could you send me that MP3? I would really appreciate it. Thanks.

Cheers,

C
herub
M
arcusLindicus
-----I always wanted to be someone....I guess I should have been more specific.-----

Moquel
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 15:05 ET (US)     28 / 82       
Sure, I'll send it to you

You can expect it to dimp down into you Inbox in about 15 minutes...
Cheers to you to!

Marcus Lindicus
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 15:11 ET (US)     29 / 82       
Thanks Moquel,
Now we will always share a little part of Ray Parker Jr.

Cheers,

C
herub
M
arcusLindicus
-----I always wanted to be someone....I guess I should have been more specific.-----
Moquel
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 15:18 ET (US)     30 / 82       
Oh yes... and what a bond that is, we will forever be united
Caylynn
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 15:18 ET (US)     31 / 82       
80s music is the best!!!! I spent most of my high school years in the 1980s! Started grade 7 in 1984 and finished grade 13 in 1991 (yes, that's correct, we go to grade 13 in Ontario, at least you do if you want to go to University. University entrance requires 6 grade 13 courses. Otherwise you can graduate after grade 12).

Ah, the memories....

 

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Proud to be Canadian! :) Fière d'être canadienne! :)

Marcus Lindicus
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 15:24 ET (US)     32 / 82       
Memories is right! I graduated in 1991 also. Seems like soooo long ago. And as for Ghostbusters, that's just plain ancient. It is hard to believe that some of the forum members weren't even born when that movie came out!

Cheers,

C
herub
M
arcusLindicus
-----I always wanted to be someone....I guess I should have been more specific.-----

Moquel
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 15:35 ET (US)     33 / 82       
I find music from the 80's really amusing... I mean how can you watch a video with Culture Club or Wham! without starting to laugh un controllably?

The email is in your Inbox now Marcus!

Gustavia
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 15:51 ET (US)     34 / 82       
dang ML, you werent even born when I was in high school.


A
ngel
G
ustavia


Marcus Lindicus
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 16:01 ET (US)     35 / 82       
But as an angel you have been, are, and will be forever. You are ageless. You are without time. You are.....alot older than me. Sorry.

Cheers,

C
herub
M
arcusLindicus
-----I always wanted to be someone....I guess I should have been more specific.-----


Caylynn
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 17:51 ET (US)     36 / 82       
Marcus Lindicus: Well, that would probably make you a year younger than me, since I assume wherever you went to high school only went to grade 12, and not 13.

Anyhow, I started University after high school, injured my back in a horseback riding accident and had to take some time off. Went back to university, took some time off to work to pay for university, and now I'm back finishing my degree.

 

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Proud to be Canadian! :) Fière d'être canadienne! :)

MarcusMaximus
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 18:25 ET (US)     37 / 82       
Ave Angel Gustavia,

It sounds like we are nearly the same age. At least not enough to make much of a difference.

Luckily, I just barely missed having anything disco as a class whatever song (like TSOP).

I come from a boring year. All of my classmates pursued traditional careers, while I became a consultant pursuing integrating technology with business processes. A very lonely place in 1980 (post-university, and it was a LONG struggle).


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A Glorious Death Is Always Preferred To A Mediocre Life!

Marcus Lindicus
Pleb
posted 03-31-00 23:15 ET (US)     38 / 82       
Ave Caylynn,
I didn't graduate from college until two years ago myself. I did a stint in Peace Corps in West Africa and that set me back in terms of getting out of college quickly. But hey, you only go to college once so I took my time and enjoyed it. Now two years after graduation I am working, have three kids (adopted two and had one within 7 months!), and I am thoroughly domesticated! I love it though.

Cheers,

C
herub
M
arcusLindicus
-----I always wanted to be someone....I guess I should have been more specific.-----


ET FLAVIUS
Pleb
posted 04-01-00 01:23 ET (US)     39 / 82       
Hi Marcus L.

I find it hopeless to converse about "age" ...we all play or did at one time play C3..that makes us pretty "neutral" age wise. Then it is just a matter of our individual energy...and personal destiny that allots our time left on the planet..it is less complicated that way.

...just for the record, I was coming up on my 30 year HSchool reunion when you graduated..boy.. I wish I hadn't said that...I sure hope it doesn't matter to you Marcus

Angel ET Flavius

Moquel
Pleb
posted 04-01-00 06:25 ET (US)     40 / 82       
For Mars' sake, I'm only 15... sort of feel like an outcast when you discuss College graduation, High School reunions and all that...

Gosh! You people are old!

ET FLAVIUS
Pleb
posted 04-01-00 06:51 ET (US)     41 / 82       
heehee *gosh** Moquel you are ... soooo young..

..but you are gettin' older everyday... that's how it worked on me.
Angel ET Flavius


Moquel
Pleb
posted 04-01-00 06:57 ET (US)     42 / 82       
Really?

I only thought you aged once a year, on your birthday, sort of like C3's prosperity rating...

ET FLAVIUS
Pleb
posted 04-01-00 07:04 ET (US)     43 / 82       
...well I'm not alert enough to delve into the aging dynamics of the human species. But for the short side..we age with every "tick" of the smallest time measure...right along with the rest of the universe

Angel ET Flavius


Moquel
Pleb
posted 04-01-00 07:10 ET (US)     44 / 82       
But time can sometimesbecome a part of a quantum mechanical system, meaning that it can take a "leap" sometimes.

And since time came witht eh universe and not vice versa, that means that you might only be 4 years of age in real time... does that make any sense at all?

ET FLAVIUS
Pleb
posted 04-01-00 07:18 ET (US)     45 / 82       
Measuring time relative to our "location" in the universal picture is what we set our "clocks" by every day... According to the clock the universe ticks away with ..we are only a fraction of a second as far a "age" goes..at best...OK?
off to bed..

Angel ET Flavius


[This message has been edited by ET FLAVIUS (edited 04-01-2000).]

Marcus Lindicus
Pleb
posted 04-01-00 12:43 ET (US)     46 / 82       
Ave all,
Age is a meaningless nusisance. It is only a state of mind and nothing more. In my book we are all age-neutral.

Cheers,

C
herub
M
arcusLindicus
-----I always wanted to be someone....I guess I should have been more specific.-----


Caylynn
Pleb
posted 04-01-00 12:53 ET (US)     47 / 82       
Marcus Lindicus: How true! You are only as old as you act and as you feel. I certainly don't feel my age, although I am definitely more mature than I was, say, 10 years ago. More life experience, etc.

So you're 'thoroughly domesticated' now? I can't imagine having children... Then again, with my fiance in the Armed Forces, and with myself hopefully joining soon (I find out sometimes this month!) it would definitely not be easy to have children, even if either of us wanted them (which we don't). Everyone keeps saying my biological clock will kick-in sometime, but I don't think so. I'm just not a veyr maternal-type person. ::shrug:: Even when I was younger I never enjoyed baby-sitting to make money, as did most of my friends. But that's me.

Now, having a couple of nieces and/or nephews to spoil - now that would be great.


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Proud to be Canadian! Fière d'être canadienne!

[This message has been edited by Caylynn (edited 04-01-2000).]

Marcus Lindicus
Pleb
posted 04-01-00 14:52 ET (US)     48 / 82       
Ave Caylynn,
Adopt me as your brother and I'll send your three new nephews and nieces to see you post haste. In all truth my wife and I didn't see ourselves as parents either, but... Now that we are we enjoy it. It has a huge set of drawbacks considering the time, the sleep, the worry, etc., etc. ad infinitum ad nauseum. But there is also a very unique set of rewards and perks that are hard to define. Kids aren't for everyone, but they sure are great!

Cheers,

C
herub
M
arcusLindicus
-----I always wanted to be someone....I guess I should have been more specific.-----

RSC
Pharaolympics 2000 Competitor
posted 04-01-00 17:10 ET (US)     49 / 82       
Oh great...so now we're discussing having children ?!?

RSC

Marcus Lindicus
Pleb
posted 04-01-00 17:31 ET (US)     50 / 82       
Until someone finds my KEYS!
C
herub
M
arcusLindicus
-----I always wanted to be someone....I guess I should have been more specific.-----

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