It's great to hear the good news, Paul! I haven't been coming to the site for very long but I do love listening to the music while reading through the forums...I must say, you have a very nice setup and I wish you the best!
Haldr, Traveller of the Great Forest
"After all is said and done, a lot more will be said than done."
I like to add my Thank You to the chours of thank you's and appreciations already posted for all your hard work Paul. Celtic Radio is a rare jewel that we all value very much. It foster's a community that I have grown to love and cherish. Again, thank you! Your work and care is not in vain.
"There, in that hand, on that shoulder under that chin---all of its lightness delicately balanced and its strings skillfully bowed---it becomes a voice."---Rich Mullins
"At 18, if you have oversized aspirations, the whole world sees you as a dreamer. At 40, you get the reputation for being a visionary." ---Rich Mullins
"God gives the gifts where He finds the vessel empty enough to receive them."---C.S. Lewis
[SIZE=14]From all of here in God's Country (Alaska) Thank You for putting God's Music back on the air for all to hear. Thank you for all your hard work. I can speak for all of us here, it does ont go unnoticed.
Respectfully, Don aka Alaskan Haggis
"I chose this place to call my own The only grace I've ever known I never tire of legends grown We dream too much and time has flown"
Stuart Adamson 1958-2001
"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans"
Congratulations, Paul So glad u are back again; hehe I know its been a week but just coming round now to say how glad I am. Yer really the best internet station (hehe at least for me lol), and it would be forever a shame if that had stopped. So, anyway all I wanted to say that I am bloody happy yer back again
Scottish in Heart :-))
In the darkest heart the pride of man will walk allone
's ged tha mi fada bhuat cha dhealaich sinn a chaoidh
"I am a Canadian by birth, but I am a Highlander by blood and feel under an obligation to do all I can for the sake of the Highlanders and their literature.... I have never yet spoken a word of English to any of my children. They can speak as much English as they like to others, but when they talk to me they have to talk in Gaelic."
-Alexander Maclean Sinclair of Goshen (protector of Gaelic Culture)
Where now the horse and the rider? Where is the horn that was blowing? Where is the helm and the hauberk, and the bright hair flowing? Where is the hand on the harpstring, and the red fire glowing? Where is the spring and the harvest and the tall corn growing? They have passed like rain on the mountain, like a wind in the meadow The days have gone down in the West behind the hills into shadow Who shall gather the smoke of the dead wood burning Or behold the flowing years from the Sea returning? ~ J.R.R. Tolkien
Thanks oldraven for translating this. I thought it was just me not knowing another cyber................... (now what do they call those? shucks! My brain is spasming again). Anyway, you know what I mean. I just recently learned what IMHO means.
Don't hesitate to consult the Jargon file. Good historical perspective on lots of computer slang.
An excellent resource -- thank you! Although Hackerish is my native language (I often have trouble when speaking to a class due to inability to translate on the fly) I have been out of touch with the mainstream dialect as I had been off hacking in the Apple orchard for some time before getting this most excellent teaching job...
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