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#31
dsenette

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preparing to update 9 servers to 2003 sp1.....if you don't hear from me by monday...assume the worst
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Workin the phones. Gotta love being the Saturday tech at this company.
Especially on a slow day like today, get to sit around, cut graphics / plot blueprints / plot to take over the world / print stuff on the large format printers... :tazz:
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dsenette

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i love printing word documents on the plotter.....nothing like a 36 X 72 word document....about nothing
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Just got back from giving tours of campus (open house this weekend) browsing GTG before I leave for the rest of the weekend...so no more GTG for me this weekend :tazz:
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I am just sitting here at my PC. It's almost time to eat, so that's what I'm thinking about.
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I am installing a new Scanner
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Trying to make the impossible possible eventhough I know it's impossible.

Trying to create a free hotmail account in outlook 2002.
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Listening to tunes, doing hijack logs on 2 boards and chatting.
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Mix Tape

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talking on AIM, listening to Elliott Smith, eating Pop Tarts, making an avatar. :tazz:
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Doing homework, surfing GTG and playing NHL06 on PS2 :)

Yet, I still do well in school :tazz:
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coursework :tazz:
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Trying to find a way to reformat an 256 mp3 player which I accidentally erazed when installing window xp on my son comp as I didn't see that it was pluged in the back of his comp, also trying to eraze/reformat an 30gb external harddrive which has corrupted files that don't want to budge. Probably will post for help when i finally give up but for now I am going through the options. Oh, and trying to get back my health after catching flu last week, a flu which is not too bad as they go but ever so long to share off as it has been more than a week now.

Edited by fleamailman, 02 October 2005 - 03:23 PM.

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Allsortgroup

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Im on g2g, doing homework and on msn. :tazz:
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Watch TV and chat with my girl :tazz:
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Writing maths notes from uni,(trying to skive its so complicated), considering throwing some sort of large blunt object at my mathematical methods lecturer tommorow(dont worry he wont be harmed hes not really human, no man can go through maths at that pace and be human) He described calculating exact sin and cos, sec cosec ... values the old fashioned way before calculators and tables as fun.
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