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silverdragon 
Posted: 30-Oct-2003, 02:05 PM
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Ron, I teach at Glendale Community College. Best job I've ever had!


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Posted: 30-Oct-2003, 02:20 PM
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Glendale, eh? Great! What do you teach there? BTW: I went to LA Valley in fall of 65.....and Long Beach Silly Cottage (City College) in 69, and Cerritos in 69 and DeAnza (NorCal) in 72....(all music) .... but graduated with a history degree from Augsburg (Mpls., MN) in 77...long story.

Yup, professional student after The Army. Went also to UWLaCrosse, WI while I was working at the radio station back there.

Lotsa smoke down in your area right now, huh? And not the happy kind....

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Posted: 30-Oct-2003, 02:29 PM
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I teach computer science. And teaching here is the best way to become a professional student; they actually PAY me to learn! Amazing! I'm working on a film school certificate at LA Valley.

The smoke is blowing away from us today, but it was a grim five days with no letup in smoke and ash.

Have to go now... must grade. bored.gif
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Posted: 30-Oct-2003, 02:35 PM
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Sounds fun, Homegirl, except for the grading part.....

Since you're a computer specialist....how do I get into the chat room with Annabelle, OldRaven and the rest....what's the secret?

Drop a note when you have time.....and I'm glad you're ok re: fires....the on-shore winds are a blessing right about now.

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Posted: 30-Oct-2003, 02:39 PM
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McHaggis: just click the link at the bottom of the page that says chat now, or go through Community --> Live Chat

If you're logged into the site, then it will automatically log you in and drop you into the channel, otherwise, enter your username/password for the site and it will let you in.


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Posted: 31-Oct-2003, 04:41 PM
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Just wanted to introduce myself since I am becoming a regular. I am new to the neighborhood and loving it, great atmosphere. It has been said when introducing oneself to say at least one interesting thing about oneself; my one interesting thing for now is that I am Cherokee and Irish. Though I am sure I will have plenty to say later, until then
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Posted: 31-Oct-2003, 05:07 PM
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QUOTE (myriad @ Oct 31 2003, 02:41 PM)
Just wanted to introduce myself since I am becoming a regular.  I am new to the neighborhood and loving it, great atmosphere.  It has been said when introducing oneself to say at least one interesting thing about oneself; my one interesting thing for now is that  I am Cherokee and Irish.  Though I am sure I will have plenty to say later, until then
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When I was growing up in Oklahoma, many of my classmates boasted such illustrious ancestry! Welcome from another newbie!

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Posted: 31-Oct-2003, 07:06 PM
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Thanks for the help getting into chat.....I was already doing all the things people told me how to do, but maybe, unlike this crew, it was just a slow loader and I was exhibiting the attributes of a ADD ferret on crack and not waiting long enough.

Got in there last night, tho.

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Posted: 31-Oct-2003, 07:15 PM
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Yea, Ron! I talk to you in there some night! tongue.gif (Not tonight tho, gotta work) sad.gif


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Posted: 31-Oct-2003, 07:31 PM
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Thanks Silverdragon. I am just glad I have the papers to prove my ancestry. So many today don't have that blessing. I was raised in Oklahoma, lived two years in Houston, and have returned to Oklahoma once again. Good to be back in the country. Well, kinda
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Posted: 31-Oct-2003, 07:55 PM
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Myriad, I totally understand "Well, kinda." I make my home in California now, and it would take a lot to tempt me to move back to Oklahoma.

I envy your proof of ancestry. I can't even trace mine all the way back to my parents... smile.gif
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Posted: 31-Oct-2003, 07:58 PM
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QUOTE (Herrerano @ Sep 26 2003, 12:54 PM)
That is the irritating marquee tag, I think it only works if you are using IE, it will just look like a normal post if you are using Netscape. Their irritating tag is called blink, but since I don't have netscape I won't know if it works or not.

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Leo,
Hola, mi amigo! The "blinking" works with Netscape as well (I have Netscape 7.15, and refuse to go with IE!). I must confess that I am amazed and mildly curious about how you are able to get the icons and smilies into your messages and posts!
Buenas tardes.


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Merry Meet to all,
Just a note to introduce myself. My name is Celeste, I'm a celtic wiccan. My history consists of many things but the main ones are Scottish, Irish, French and Italian. I am very proud of my history and plan to teach my children about each one. I've been married for almost 2 years, my husband is a wonderful man.
He is Phillipino/American. He has 4 beautiful children that I love dearly
Well I guess thats all for now. I hope everyone has a wonderful evening.

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Posted: 31-Oct-2003, 11:08 PM
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Welcome Celeste. I've spoken with you a bit today, but whatever. Good to have you. laugh.gif


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Posted: 31-Oct-2003, 11:10 PM
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QUOTE (oldraven @ Oct 31 2003, 11:08 PM)
Welcome Celeste. I've spoken with you a bit today, but whatever. Good to have you. laugh.gif

Thank you!! biggrin.gif
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