2008.08.28 01:00 - Shore, More Critters!

    Shore, More Critters!

    2008, August 28, Thursday · No Comments

    That night, at 1 am, I (Pema) found Kat and Gaya and Fael already seated at the pavilion.

    Kat Lemieux: Hello!
    Gaya Ethaniel: _/!\_
    Fael Illyar: Hi Kat, Gaya, Pema :)
    Pema Pera: Hi everybody!
    Kat Lemieux: Gaya, you have more critters attending you today!
    Fael Illyar: my critters, these :P
    Gaya Ethaniel looks up ‘critters’ on dictionary
    Kat Lemieux: Oh! Sorry Fael, didn’t realize you had critters, too
    Gaya Ethaniel: Lovely word, Kat
    Kat Lemieux: ;-)
    Kat Lemieux is a hillbilly girl sometimes
    Pema Pera: :-)
    Faenik: could be
    Gaya Ethaniel: Very Shakespearian rather
    Pema Pera: really?
    Gaya Ethaniel: Critter, a pronunciation spelling of creature, actually reflects a pronunciation that would have been very familiar to Shakespeare: 16th- and 17th-century English had not yet begun to pronounce the -ture suffix with its modern (ch) sound. This archaic pronunciation still exists in American critter and in Irish creature, pronounced (krā’tŭr) and used in the same senses as the American word.
    Kat Lemieux: YEs, the dialect in East Tennessee has more in common with Elizabethean English than most
    Kat Lemieux: Also, lots of Irish influences, of course
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles
    Pema Pera: can you write Tnnessean for us, Kat?
    Faenik: indeed?
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles ‘yes pls’
    Kat Lemieux: Did you know there are far more borrowed words from Irish (Gaelic) -> English than the other way around?
    Kat Lemieux: Why, shore, Pema!
    Gaya Ethaniel: oh didn’t know that… thank you Kat
    Gaya Ethaniel laughs
    Pema Pera: (^_^)
    Gaya Ethaniel: So cute…
    Pema Pera: I only know about paaa in the skaaa
    Kat Lemieux: Words like “silly” and “shenanigan”
    Pema Pera: silly?
    Pema Pera: (pie in the sky)
    Gaya Ethaniel: ah
    Kat Lemieux: What about how I connect to the internets, by war-less?
    Pema Pera: hehehe
    Fael Illyar looks up searching for the pie.
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles

    Being silly now acquires new meaning for us.

    Kat Lemieux: YEs, silly is Gaelic for — silly
    Pema Pera: haha!
    Pema Pera: how silly
    Pema Pera: no idea
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles
    Pema Pera: So the Irish called the English silly, and it stuck?
    Kat Lemieux: I tried learning Gaelic once. But it’s a difficult language
    Gaya Ethaniel likes ’southern’ accent whenever she hears it
    Kat Lemieux: Nah, the English are called “Sachenach” — strangers
    Gaya Ethaniel laughs
    Kat Lemieux: Not nearly as benign as “silly”
    Pema Pera: !
    Kat Lemieux: Of course, you’re hearing that (about English from Irish point of view) from someone with both Gaelic and English-Irish roots
    Gaya Ethaniel: Same goes to Welsh I’m shore
    Kat Lemieux: YEp
    Pema Pera: :)
    Pema Pera is off-shore
    Pema Pera: not shore of anything anymore
    Gaya Ethaniel laughs
    Kat Lemieux: Although I don’t think Welsh Gaelic has had as much an influence as the Irish variety on English
    Gaya Ethaniel: ah… ok
    Pema Pera: how about Cornish?
    Kat Lemieux: ;-) <- Pema
    Kat Lemieux: Hmmm, the Cornish mostly keep to themselves, I think
    Kat Lemieux: But don’t know
    Kat Lemieux: One of my family lines apparently originated in Devon, right next door to Cornwall
    Gaya Ethaniel: How ’bout Scottish?
    Pema Pera: Southerners are more relaxed in general, at least in the Nothern hemisphere
    Kat Lemieux: NOrthern Southerners, PEma?
    Gaya Ethaniel: Lovely… Devon
    Kat Lemieux: at least you didn’t call them “Yankee Southerners”
    Gaya Ethaniel gasps at ‘y word’
    Pema Pera: :-)
    Kat Lemieux: Them’s fightin’ words
    Faenik: indeed?
    Gaya Ethaniel likes Kat speaking with the accent
    Pema Pera: nah, the Yankees, don’t like them, they took New Amsterdam away from us (but I won’t get that thread started again)
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles
    Kat Lemieux: OF course, the Tennesseans were many of them Union sympathizers, or at least didn’t have much affinity for the deep South
    Fael Illyar wonders who are these Yankees.

    A foreshadowing of a visit.

    Pema Pera: Actually Stargate sounds a bit Tennesean, won’t you say?
    Kat Lemieux: Don’t know. Can’t remember hearing his voice
    Pema Pera: her, she is Finnish
    Kat Lemieux: Ah
    Kat Lemieux: Don’t think I’ve met her
    Pema Pera: but speaks with somewhat “them” like interspersions
    Pema Pera: quite cute
    Kat Lemieux: ;-)
    Fael Illyar: :)
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles
    Pema Pera: them tier, don’t like it
    Fael Illyar: her kind of Finglish :) Mixed in with … whatever slang she’s picked up somewhere in SL :)
    Pema Pera: yes, must have hung out with Tenneseans!
    Pema Pera: that explains it
    Kat Lemieux: IT’s funny how some accents evoke differnt reactions
    Pema Pera: yeah, I can get behind that, Kat, I hear ya!
    Kat Lemieux: Actually, “Southern” has a lot in common in terms of sound with some New England accents, but those that aren’t influenced by German
    Pema Pera: I know where you’re coming from
    Kat Lemieux: or Dutch
    Kat Lemieux: Niew Amsterdam introduced a whole different flavor to the language
    Pema Pera: (was trying Californian oldish slang)
    Gaya Ethaniel: How many accents would you say there are within US?
    Kat Lemieux: Fur shure!
    Faenik: why not?
    Fael Illyar goes to look up the US population count.
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles
    Kat Lemieux: Well, it’s hard to say.
    Fael Illyar: Hi Vertigo
    Pema Pera: Good seeing you again, Vertigo!
    Kat Lemieux: I heard somewhere recently there are 200+ languages spoken in the US now
    Gaya Ethaniel: _/!\_
    Kat Lemieux: Hi Vertigo
    Kat Lemieux: And that doesn’t include regional accents

    It turned out that Vertigo’s visit was not completely a matter of free will.

    Vertigo Ethaniel: i should really learn to log off somewhere else lol
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles
    Pema Pera: haha
    Pema Pera: you’re still welcome Vertigo
    Vertigo Ethaniel: good evening everyone
    Vertigo Ethaniel: hello pema :)
    Gaya Ethaniel: 200+… that’s a lot
    Pema Pera: hi Vertigo, welcome back
    Pema Pera: how have you been?
    Vertigo Ethaniel: alright, busy
    Kat Lemieux: Well, it’s a country of imigrants, after all
    Vertigo Ethaniel: and gaya and fael, :)
    Gaya Ethaniel nods
    Pema Pera: like SL, Kat
    Vertigo Ethaniel: dont think ive met you kat, namaste
    Kat Lemieux: Right
    Gaya Ethaniel: Any more thunderstorm Vertigo?
    Fael Illyar: looks like my subtle attempt to make the point that everyone has his/her very own slang didn’t quite work :P
    Kat Lemieux: Nice to meet you, Vertigo
    Vertigo Ethaniel: one, since last time :)
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles ‘nice’
    Kat Lemieux: Linguists call those “idiolects”, Fael
    Pema Pera wondering whether he understood Fael’s slang
    Kat Lemieux: It’s a well recognized phenomenon
    Fael Illyar: well, telling idiolect from slang is a line in the water
    Pema Pera: a fine line in the water
    Kat Lemieux: Hmmm, slang has to be shared with a group, I’d think
    Gaya Ethaniel: It’s a nice surprise when I meet someone who use a ‘word’ that I thought I ‘created’
    Kat Lemieux: idiolect is one individual’s approach to communications, perhaps with roots in many different influences
    Gaya Ethaniel: ah… ok
    Fael Illyar: every way of speaking has two participants :)
    Fael Illyar: that’s a group :P
    Kat Lemieux: Well, I’d say that’s true of “communication” but how many people are known to talk to themselves alone?
    Gaya Ethaniel: Er… me
    Faenik is a hairy black ball with eyes and ears.
    Kat Lemieux: All of us from time to time, I would guess!
    Gaya Ethaniel gets a lot of talking by the RL person

    I then start a rather circumspect path toward PaB practice, much to the amusement of Fael.

    Pema Pera: Kat, do I dare ask . . . . .
    Pema Pera: . . . . if I may . . . .
    Pema Pera: .. . . did you try to spend a few seconds on the idea of dropping what you did?
    Pema Pera asked hesitantly
    Kat Lemieux wonders if she’s really that scary tht Pema has to beat around the bush to ask a question
    Pema Pera: hehehe
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles
    Pema Pera: well, I don’t wanna push
    Pema Pera: but I am curious
    Fael Illyar laughs out loud.
    Kat Lemieux: Yes, I did try it a few times, when i remembered
    Pema Pera: so . .. . .
    Pema Pera: ah!
    Kat Lemieux: At first, when I stopped what I was doing all I did was realize how tired I was ;-)
    Pema Pera: (also Pema being in Japan looks up to venerable Kat-san who was his first mentor in SL)
    Kat Lemieux: ;-)
    Gaya Ethaniel thinks about giving different accents to different ’selves’… that’d be fun
    Pema Pera: that’s a good realiztion, I guess :)
    Pema Pera: shore
    Pema Pera: ((Neko-san?))
    Kat Lemieux: well, I thought about the fact that sometimes hyperactivity can be an escape from facing fundamental — what, problems?
    Gaya Ethaniel: [1:24] Pema Pera: (also Pema being in Japan looks up to venerable Kat-san who was his first mentor in SL) => ? Pema
    Pema Pera: (Gaya: I am very polite to Kat, since she was my mentor in SL)
    Kat Lemieux: A mutual friend introduced Pema and Kat, with the idea that Kat would show Pema some of the ins and outs of SL
    Gaya Ethaniel: Hyperactivity -> distraction Kat?
    Kat Lemieux: Right, Gaya.
    Gaya Ethaniel: ah.. ok thanks both
    Gaya Ethaniel: What would we be distracting ourselves from Kat?
    Fael Illyar: it was amusing to see Pema beating around the bush in asking a question :)

    Well, not very successfully, it seemed.

    Kat Lemieux: Although the friend who introduced us I have never met in RL
    Fael Illyar: the self-image of course :)
    Gaya Ethaniel nods
    Pema Pera: I did, at Stanford
    Kat Lemieux: OH, I don’t think there has to be a single answer to that question, Gaya
    Kat Lemieux: Right, but at that point you hadn’t been to SL, so you didn’t know HEnrik in SL
    Gaya Ethaniel: How about that time you did 9 sec Kat?
    Pema Pera: (Fael: also Tennesseans are less direct than Yankees!)
    Kat Lemieux: Which time, Gaya? The first time?
    Pema Pera: True, Kat
    Kat Lemieux: At that point I think i was trying to do at least 3 things at once.
    Fael Illyar still didn’t see an answer to the question ‘Who are these Yankees?’
    Gaya Ethaniel: Hm… not sure you said something about realising hyperactivity -> distraction during 9 sec? Perhaps I misunderstood
    Kat Lemieux: So taking a breath was perhaps theraputic
    Faenik loves wells!
    Gaya Ethaniel: Notherners I think Fael
    Gaya Ethaniel: Who wanted Independence right Pema and Kat?
    Kat Lemieux: Hmmm, dunno, Fael. PEma lives in New York sometimes. That’s about as Yankeefied as you can get, I think
    Pema Pera getting a bit vertigo from the many strands of conversation
    Kat Lemieux: Maybe we need a 9-second break?\
    Pema Pera: hehehe
    Gaya Ethaniel: Yes it is nice to take deep breath
    Gaya Ethaniel: Oh bell just went
    Kat Lemieux: But Kat isn’t just a Tennessee ridgerunner. I’m actually a native Texan.
    Kat Lemieux: Lived in Tenn. as a girl, though
    Kat Lemieux: Also, KEntucky, Illinois and Florida before attaining majority
    Kat Lemieux: So my idiolect is all mixed up
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles

    After a quick mental calculation I asked an innocent question.

    Pema Pera: you attained majority, Kat?
    Pema Pera: in a group of 1.5 people?
    Fael Illyar: everyone’s idiolect is mixed up :P
    Kat Lemieux: Since then, lived in Alabama, Virginia, Germany, Hawaii, Missouri, New Mexico, and probably a few other places I’ve forgotten. OH, yes, Maryland
    Kat Lemieux: and California
    Kat Lemieux: (told you’d I’d forget some)
    Pema Pera: :)
    Gaya Ethaniel: Yankee - Within the United States its meaning has varied over time. Originally the term referred to residents of New England, as used by Mark Twain in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. During and after the American Civil War its meaning expanded to include any Northerner or resident of the Union, and included anyone from the Northeast (New England, Mid-Atlantic, and upper Great Lakes states). After the Civil War the term gradually reverted to its earlier meaning of New Englander[1], although Southerners sometimes continue to use the extended meaning.
    Faenik: could be
    Kat Lemieux: The extended meaning is usually pronounced “Damn Yankee”
    Gaya Ethaniel: It’s funny how I gasps when I hear the word ‘yankee’… as a foreigner (non-American), it sounds bad…
    Kat Lemieux: Doesn’t surprise me at ll, Gaya
    Fael Illyar: Hi Corvi :)
    Gaya Ethaniel: _/!\_
    Kat Lemieux: HEllo, Corvus
    Corvuscorva Nightfire: Hello.
    Gaya Ethaniel: Wow… so many places… you’d be good at ‘hyeractivity’ Kat. So many options, habits of varieties to choose from?
    Kat Lemieux: ;-)
    Pema Pera: Hi Corva!

    Carvuscorva joined us, and the conversation moves to ganger.

    Kat Lemieux wonders what’s a good word for “rootless”
    Corvuscorva Nightfire: Hi, Pema.
    Pema Pera: rolling stone?
    Gaya Ethaniel: For me… I use ‘outsider’ Kat
    Gaya Ethaniel laughs
    Pema Pera: rolling Kat?
    Gaya Ethaniel laughs out loud
    Kat Lemieux: The early norse called one of my ancestors “the Ganger” (the go-er)
    Corvuscorva Nightfire: Lovely.
    Kat Lemieux: Rolf the Ganger
    Gaya Ethaniel: Where are you from Kat?
    Kat Lemieux: Texas, by birth
    Gaya Ethaniel: I mean going back…
    Faenik loves wells!
    Kat Lemieux: On my father’s side, a 7th generation Texan
    Kat Lemieux: Oh, along one line I’ve traced it to Adam, but that’s by way of Ishmael
    Kat Lemieux: Genetically, mostly northwestern Europe
    Kat Lemieux: including those Vikings I referred to
    Gaya Ethaniel: Dare I ask if you are religious Kat?
    Vertigo Ethaniel: thats if you subscribe to the adam theory :)
    Kat Lemieux: Sure, you can ask, but the answer is “not particularly”
    Gaya Ethaniel: ah ok
    Kat Lemieux: Well, I was meaning “paper genealogy”
    Kat Lemieux: The Old Testament does have lots of genealogy in it, though
    Vertigo Ethaniel: namaste, corvuscorva
    Kat Lemieux: Not much to do with religion, exactly
    Gaya Ethaniel: ah… ok
    Corvuscorva Nightfire: Namaste, Vertigo.
    Kat Lemieux: And of course, when you get right down to it, lots of paper genealogy is based on unverifiable assumptions
    Faenik: could be
    Kat Lemieux: For instnace, there are two versions of the genealogy of Alfred the Great, one based on the Anglo Saxon Chronicle, the other on the Norse Edda
    Kat Lemieux: And both were probably fabricated
    Kat Lemieux: at least in some details
    Gaya Ethaniel: ah ok
    Gaya Ethaniel: I’ve been curious Kat

    Then Gaya succeeds where I failed, in gently getting the conversation toward PaB, but only briefly so.

    Gaya Ethaniel: What draws you to PaB, is it spirituality or something else?
    Kat Lemieux: Well, you’ve heard of the “Seekers” in the 17th century?
    Vertigo Ethaniel: unfortunately, i dont think our distant ancestors had a way of recording genealogy like we do today.. sad, as i would be very interested, of course
    Kat Lemieux: One doesn’t have to be religious to be a Seeker of the truth
    Gaya Ethaniel has volumes of family history already worked out going back thousands of years… no sweat there
    Kat Lemieux: Vertigo, oral traditions have actually been shown to be pretty reliable.
    Fael Illyar: Ah, Seeker of the truth … where have I heard that before …
    Gaya Ethaniel nods
    Fael Illyar: ah, it was this book series …
    Kat Lemieux: Esp. traditions that pertain to important things
    Vertigo Ethaniel: yes, of course.. how accessible is that these days tho?
    Kat Lemieux: In the case of kings and such, knowing their genealogy was very crucial in some cultures.
    Pema Pera: The Seekers, or Legatine-Arians as they were sometimes known, were a Protestant dissenting group that emerged around the 1620s, probably inspired by the preaching of three brothers - Walter, Thomas, and Bartholomew Legate. Arguably, they are best thought of as forerunners of the Quakers, with whom many of them subsequently merged. Seekers considered all organised churches of their day to be corrupt, and preferred to wait for God’s revelation.
    Gaya Ethaniel thanks Pema
    Corvuscorva Nightfire: Thanks, Pema.
    Faenik: indeed?
    Kat Lemieux: In many cases, it’s been put into writing, like Homer’s Odessey & Illiad, which probably began as oral poetry
    Gaya Ethaniel: Seekers = Quakers?
    Kat Lemieux: Quakers were a type of Seekers, but not all Seekers were quakers
    Gaya Ethaniel: ah
    Kat Lemieux: I think George Fox was originally a Seeker (founder of Society of Friends == Quakers)
    Kat Lemieux: Another name for them would be “free thinkers” maybe.

    I make another almost innocent attempt at getting back to PaB.

    Pema Pera: like PaB?
    Kat Lemieux: People who didn’t accept “accepted” wisdom
    Kat Lemieux: Right
    Kat Lemieux: PEople who are looking for their own answers
    Kat Lemieux: But the early Seekers may not have used a scientific approach
    Gaya Ethaniel: I heard that Quaker meetings are conducted in companionable silence. Nice…
    Vertigo Ethaniel: of course :) but they did what they thought was scientific
    Pema Pera: where they open, without hierarchy and hidden teachings?
    Pema Pera: if so, they had that at least in common
    Kat Lemieux: That’s the theory, Gaya. I’ve never been to a Quaker meeting, though
    Gaya Ethaniel: oh didn’t know that Vertigo, thanks
    Gaya Ethaniel knows a Quaker
    Pema Pera: interesting, Vertigo, can you say more about that?
    Kat Lemieux: Scientific method wasn’t really forumlated in the 17th cent., or at least not well-known then
    Kat Lemieux: Still in formative stages
    Pema Pera: yes, indeed!
    Pema Pera: fascinating time
    Kat Lemieux: Isaac Newton, and all that
    Vertigo Ethaniel: science comes in many forms, including magic
    Vertigo Ethaniel: of course, the details vary :)
    Kat Lemieux: I’m reading Neal Stephenson’s “Baroque Cycle” right now, which starts in 1713 in Boston
    Vertigo Ethaniel: modern day physics is more akin to magic than anything else in the past
    Kat Lemieux: The protagonist, “Mr. Root” is a member of the Royal Society
    Kat Lemieux: which had just been started within his lifetime
    Kat Lemieux: “Any technology sufficiently advanced is indistinguishable from magic” — Arthur C. Clarke
    Pema Pera: yes, Vertigo, and indeed modern physics in some sense is “ununderstandable”
    Vertigo Ethaniel: love that quote
    Kat Lemieux: One of my favorites, too

    And lo and behold, Stargate shows up!

    Fael Illyar: Hi Stargate :)
    Gaya Ethaniel is all ears
    Pema Pera: to the point of not being able to have a clear picture of what, say, quantum mechanics can possibly be
    Gaya Ethaniel: _/!\_
    Corvuscorva Nightfire: Hi, Stargate
    Pema Pera: Hi Stargate!
    Stargate Tone: Good DAy to You All
    Vertigo Ethaniel: namaste
    Faenik: ah :)
    Kat Lemieux: Hello Stargate
    Stargate Tone: wishing You all te be well
    Vertigo Ethaniel: please take a seat, you are most welcome
    Stargate Tone: Thank You Love
    Vertigo Ethaniel: wow, we really do have a circle today
    Vertigo Ethaniel: almost :)
    Fael Illyar: just a half circle :)
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles
    Stargate Tone: well…only one is ‘missing’…..
    Pema Pera: and all that at the quietest time in SL . . . .
    Fael Illyar: Yes, quite rare :)
    Stargate Tone: well; I was to go to the food market
    Pema Pera: who is missing, * ?
    Stargate Tone: but I was called to log in….
    Stargate Tone: well; I’m just thinking about the No 8
    Kat Lemieux: Must have been your ears burning. Pema mentioned you earlier
    Stargate Tone: as to me that is the NO of the upstairs office
    Pema Pera: Yes, *, you and Kat speak similarly
    Stargate Tone: oh
    Stargate Tone: OH
    Stargate Tone: well; that would be something
    Kat Lemieux: I was “wearing” my Tennessean accent
    Kat Lemieux: at that time he’s referring to
    Stargate Tone: as all of them people round the world says that I have ‘own’ english :)****
    Pema Pera: :)
    Vertigo Ethaniel: haha
    Stargate Tone: ..but…well….
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles
    Vertigo Ethaniel: you sure thats english? :)
    Stargate Tone: because I was guided to come here…
    Stargate Tone: it occured to my mind
    Pema Pera: by “them”?
    Stargate Tone: that maybe I’de have some message ment to bring….
    Fael Illyar: hard to say how to name it but it’s almost understandable if you know English :)
    Stargate Tone: but…You pls judge that
    Gaya Ethaniel listens to the message Stargate has brought
    Stargate Tone: ok
    Stargate Tone: Thank You Gaya
    Gaya Ethaniel: np
    Stargate Tone: …just a little about that NO 8 at first;
    Faenik loves wells!
    Stargate Tone: donno any certain person to be missing….
    Fael Illyar usually receives “messages” in addition to giving them.
    Stargate Tone: but maybe it could be, that we all would be good to notice
    Stargate Tone: that Avastu is here too…..
    Stargate Tone: noticed that right now as I’m thinking the message….
    Stargate Tone: so we indeed can take the upstairs office to be present very strongly
    Stargate Tone: so….relaxing to let the message ro rise….
    Stargate Tone: …this month…
    Stargate Tone: around the world
    Stargate Tone: special ‘lightnihgs’ on the ‘next’ demension

    Kat connects the last few strands of conversation.

    Kat Lemieux: Does sound like a very QUakerly approach — waiting for the “spirit to move one”
    Kat Lemieux: (We were talking about Seekers and Quakers earlier, Stargate
    Gaya Ethaniel nods
    Stargate Tone: …so sry I dont understand You words dear Kat
    Stargate Tone: ok
    Stargate Tone: sry
    Fael Illyar: Seeker of Truth
    Stargate Tone: sry I’m in a hurry….
    Stargate Tone: ok
    Kat Lemieux: Seekers and Quakers (Friends) were 17th century religious movements
    Stargate Tone: ….seek for the truth; follow no path…..rose for that….You to judge why…..
    Stargate Tone: ok
    Kat Lemieux: Based on individual explorations of the meaning of life and afterlife
    Pema Pera: (”friends” — indeed does sound like Avastu!)
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles
    Stargate Tone: anyway….as there’s been such special work by the upstairs office….with Light
    Faenik: indeed?
    Stargate Tone: and unnumbered lights has been ‘lit’ on Earth
    Corvuscorva Nightfire: Going seem to be a theme here…
    Kat Lemieux: Well, one of my ancestors, who was a leader in the early Quaker movement, thought otherwise after the Philadelpha Quaker establishment had him arrested for seditious treason!
    Stargate Tone: allthough these phenomenas has made also probs with electric
    Kat Lemieux: Not a very friendly thing to do at all!
    Stargate Tone: ah
    Gaya Ethaniel: oh no…
    Kat Lemieux: Long, but interesting story
    Stargate Tone: so he is more than strong fighter for Freedom, Love and Peace…
    Stargate Tone: ‘got it’
    Kat Lemieux: Google “Rev. George Keith”
    Fael Illyar: hierarchy often corrupts movements away from their roots
    Kat Lemieux: KEith though so
    Stargate Tone: so; anyway; there’s been more - much more - good
    Kat Lemieux: But he was a crusty old Scot, and not very diplomatic
    Pema Pera: well, it’s been an hour, I gotta get going, “ganger time”
    Stargate Tone: for the dark walls to callaps more
    Fael Illyar: See you later Pema :)
    Kat Lemieux: Gang in peace, Pema!
    Gaya Ethaniel: _/!\_
    Vertigo Ethaniel: ok, see ya later pema
    Stargate Tone: see You Pema
    Stargate Tone: be well
    Pema Pera: great seeing you all here!
    Corvuscorva Nightfire: Bye, Pema.
    Vertigo Ethaniel: leaving me here alone with these 5 ladies! :o
    Pema Pera: if someone can keep the log, perhaps Gaya or Fael?
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles
    Corvuscorva Nightfire tosses Pema a new Pez dispenser…with a bear head.
    Pema Pera: good luck, Vertigo!
    Pema Pera: hehehe
    Vertigo Ethaniel: ill need it i think
    Stargate Tone: You can mannage; dont worry :)***
    Stargate Tone: I’ll be off soon :)***
    Pema Pera: like a crow Pema picks it up in mid flight!
    Pema Pera: and thanks Corva
    Gaya Ethaniel smiles
    Corvuscorva Nightfire grins.

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