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Re: Architect working as an advisor

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Yes, I surely do. It's a lovely city for a few days.

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What about this summer? Camping in France maybe?

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Natascha''s headed to Washington and possibly Surinam. I'm eyeing surfing in Portugal again. Maybe surfing in France, but probably Portugal.

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No, I hadn't. What an idiot.

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I know right? I love watching show boaters just get knocked the eff out.

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Back from vacation. Surfing in Portugal, which was good. A bit less surfing than I'd wanted due to traveller's sickness, though. That cost me 2, 3 days. Ah well, it happens. Main thing: surfing improved, lots of sun and good food and a lot of fun. Also, met another nice French guy. Who'd've thought tehre are more than one of those? :D

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MGM wrote:Also, met another nice French guy. Who'd've thought tehre are more than one of those? :D
I'm stilling waiting on the first one!

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You should go surfing in Portugal, you might meet one!

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What ze fuck? Zis is inacceptable !

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Saturday, spring, beer. Life doesn't get much better.

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Laptop crash. >.<
New computer. How the fuck does DC++ work again?
God, why doesn't see my tablet my computer? How do I stream TV shows this way?

Sigh.

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I do not understand some of what you said, but I believe a beer is in order.

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Always. Or whiskey.

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MGM wrote:Laptop crash. >.<
New computer. How the fuck does DC++ work again?
God, why doesn't see my tablet my computer? How do I stream TV shows this way?

Sigh.
I have no answer for any of this but please know that I feel your pain.

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Fucking computers.

*goes to whiskey*

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MGM wrote:Fucking computers.

*goes to whiskey*
Was anything backed up?

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Image


That's a no. >.<

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It's probably outraged by now, but should I read Generation X?

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Outdated, that should've been.

Also: downloaded all the old X-books (X-Factor, X-Force, Generation X, New Mutants). Let's see how those were and why people loved them.
And I'm definitely getting that Epic Collection of Claremont's first 20 or so issues on Uncanny.

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