2010.03.17 13:00 - Colours, Walls, Anagrams

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    The Guardian for this meeting was Fefonz Quan. The comments are by Fefonz Quan.

    Qt Core: hi Fef
    Fefonz Quan: Hi Qt
    Fefonz Quan: where have the butterflies come from?
    Qt Core: a gift from moon (and a rezzer in the pool)
    Fefonz Quan: (what's a rezzer?)
    Qt Core: an object lkoaded with a script that create (rez) the butterflies
    Qt Core: if i remember it is a rock in this case
    Fefonz Quan: i see, so they exist only above the pool?
    Qt Core: they have a little larger range i think
    Qt Core: hi Ara
    Fefonz Quan: Hi Ara!
    arabella Ella: Hiya Qt Fefonz
    arabella Ella: How are you guys tonight?
    Qt Core: slow
    Fefonz Quan: me very tired, there is a chance i'll leave soon.
    arabella Ella: owwwwww
    arabella Ella: maybe i can give you some of my energy :)
    arabella Ella: am eating pasta to top it up right now
    Qt Core: :)
    Fefonz Quan: how are you doing? how's malta welcoming the spring?
    arabella Ella: i am very well thanks
    arabella Ella: went for lovely walk in countryside this afternoon
    arabella Ella: and it was just like summer today
    arabella Ella: although last night was cold and wet and i got drenched on my bike
    Fefonz Quan: great, it was very hot here too the last days
    Fefonz Quan: oohhh.
    arabella Ella: here it changes fast ... as you know ... and bad weather never lasts long
    Fefonz Quan: that's grat, something to learn on a personal level
    arabella Ella: seems like summer is nearly here ... was tempted to jump into the beautiful blue sea today
    Fefonz Quan: great*
    arabella Ella: :)
    Qt Core: a few weather report i saw today told that yes, winter is done
    arabella Ella: oh great ... i hope so ... i hate ccold weather
    arabella Ella: and all the rubbish and stuff we must wear in winter
    Fefonz Quan: good, i am a spring guy too
    arabella Ella: lovely
    Qt Core: yesterday i toke the coat off to drive and opened the windows too
    arabella Ella: saw the tiny irises growing wild today and the wild asparagus ... tasted it, delicious
    arabella Ella: great Qt ... Italians are very sensible ... and fortunate too
    arabella Ella: did u know germans for example hate to have open car windows?
    arabella Ella: they think they will catch cold
    Fefonz Quan: hi Zen
    arabella Ella: Hiya Zen!
    Qt Core: hi zen
    Zen Arado: Hi All
    Qt Core: i so much prefer open car windows to air conditioning
    arabella Ella: yes me too ... i dont have aircon in my car
    arabella Ella: Hay Zen Happy St Paddy's ... to you and all
    Zen Arado: thanks
    Zen Arado: lots of people saying that to me in SL
    arabella Ella: all the bars here are done up in green to attract st pat's revwllers
    Qt Core: i have it abd it is useful, but open wiondows are somewhat nicer "happier ?"
    Qt Core: abd=and
    arabella Ella: oh yes definitely Qt nothing nicer than natural fresh air
    Zen Arado: it's pretty much a non event here in N.Ireland - St Pats I mean
    arabella Ella: ah yes ... was actually wondering ... although there are catholics in NI too of course
    arabella Ella: dont they celebrate?
    Fefonz Quan: i can relate to that (almost asked who is that Paddy?)
    Zen Arado: maybe some do
    Zen Arado: it's a bigger thing in N.York I suspect
    Zen Arado: he brought Christianity to Ireland
    arabella Ella: here it is more of a business opportunity for bars and pubs ... and the hype gets to quite a few people
    arabella Ella: altho when i was in school we had irish nuns and used to wear green ribbons today
    Zen Arado: yes - more of a marketting gimmick I think
    arabella Ella: yes
    arabella Ella: like halloween etc
    Zen Arado: yes
    Zen Arado: Mothers day, fathers day etc
    Zen Arado: should do away with them :)
    arabella Ella: well did you know there are two mothers day?
    arabella Ella: March and May
    Zen Arado: didn't know that
    Zen Arado: one is enough I think
    Zen Arado: why do we need reminders to be nice to parents?
    arabella Ella: well i think if we keep women's day on march 8 and add males day it would be enough
    arabella Ella: and more people would celebrate
    Zen Arado: or wivs on Valentines day?
    arabella Ella: he he
    arabella Ella: and hubbies too or BFs
    Zen Arado: I'm an old grouch
    arabella Ella: noooooo
    Zen Arado: should go with the spirit
    Fefonz Quan: :)
    Zen Arado: go with the flow
    Zen Arado: can't change it anyway
    arabella Ella: apologies was finishing off my dinner ... pasta
    arabella Ella: so let me relate briefly a funny experience a friend told me about today
    arabella Ella: he crossed the border from France to Spain
    arabella Ella: went to a coffee shop and ordered coffee
    arabella Ella: and the waiter told him 'ole'
    arabella Ella: then brought him white coffee
    Fefonz Quan: Friends, i will have to leave, enjoy the spring here and wherever you are :-)
    arabella Ella: as he really said 'au lait)
    Zen Arado: bye Fe
    arabella Ella: sorry if that it not too funny
    arabella Ella: bye Fefonz
    Zen Arado: :)
    arabella Ella: just trying to make you all smile
    Zen Arado: it worked :)
    Fefonz Quan: bye Ara, Zen, Qt!
    arabella Ella: oh :)
    Qt Core: ;-) bye fef
    Qt Core: thinking about how easy is nowadays cross borders in europe...
    arabella Ella: oh yes it certainly is
    arabella Ella: i will never forget
    arabella Ella: crossing the border from portugal to spain pre-EU euros
    Qt Core: in comparison to the wars we had in last centuries
    arabella Ella: and suddenly coming to a motorway where you have to pay a toll
    arabella Ella: in spanish pesetas of which we had none
    arabella Ella: and spending a weekend in spain with the banks all closed only with Portugese money and US dollars
    arabella Ella: the spanish of course capitalised on that
    Zen Arado: funny they don't use Euros in Britain yet
    arabella Ella: Hiya Liza!
    Zen Arado: Hi Liza
    Qt Core: hi liza
    Liza Deischer: hi everyone
    Liza Deischer: busy night?
    arabella Ella: even more strange Zen is that you have two currencies in Ireland
    arabella Ella: quiet night Liza
    arabella Ella: How are you?
    Zen Arado: yes - surprised you know that
    Liza Deischer: i'm pretty okay
    Liza Deischer: thanks
    Liza Deischer: we had nice weather here today
    arabella Ella: well i know that as I have visited both sides of Ireland
    Zen Arado: ah I see
    arabella Ella: lovely ... so have Qt and I ... here it was like summmer
    Zen Arado: did you get to my place?
    Zen Arado: Carrickfergus
    arabella Ella: possibly
    arabella Ella: oh ... no idea?
    arabella Ella: whereabouts is that?
    Liza Deischer: well I could leave my jacekt at home
    Zen Arado: big Norman castle?
    Zen Arado: popular with tourists
    Zen Arado: 10 miles N of Belfast
    arabella Ella: regretfully i dont think so
    arabella Ella: I was in Belfast once for a conference and all i saw was the town hall, queens and a tour of the town
    Zen Arado: it is part of the tourist bus itinerary
    arabella Ella: and on another occasion i drove across from the south but did not get as far as belfast
    Zen Arado: Carrickfergus castle and the Giants Causeway
    Zen Arado: ok
    arabella Ella: ah ... they did not take us to the Giants Causeway for some strange reason but have heard of it of course
    arabella Ella: i think it was winter and bad weather etc
    arabella Ella: they showed us the wall and the houses with paintings on the sides
    Zen Arado: it's only a rock fromation anyway :)
    Zen Arado: formation
    arabella Ella: sounds interesting anyway hopefully next time
    Zen Arado: murals
    arabella Ella: yes
    Zen Arado: political
    arabella Ella: very
    arabella Ella: and i had no idea you had a wall too
    Zen Arado: they are a tourist attraction now
    arabella Ella: scarey
    arabella Ella: yes
    Zen Arado: what wall?
    Zen Arado: ust walls of houses
    Zen Arado: just
    arabella Ella: a dividing wall which separated two parts of the town
    Zen Arado: oh I see what you mean
    arabella Ella: probably built when the conflict was at its worst
    Zen Arado: we don't have one oin Carrickfergus
    arabella Ella: ah ... sigh of relief!
    Zen Arado: yes and still there
    arabella Ella: yes
    Zen Arado: to divide the protestants from the Catholics
    arabella Ella: ah
    Zen Arado: the legacy of St Patrick
    arabella Ella: is there still a lot of animosity today?
    Zen Arado: we should have said no thanks to Christianity :)
    arabella Ella: or are intermarriages for example more common?
    Zen Arado: yes but mostly in Belfast and border regions
    arabella Ella: ah
    arabella Ella: sad really to see that religion can be so divisive
    Zen Arado: some in Belfast never mix with 'the other side'
    arabella Ella: or politics for that matter
    Liza Deischer: it is not the religion
    arabella Ella: what is it then Liza if not the religion or politics?
    Liza Deischer: it is always what people make of religiion
    Liza Deischer: culture
    Zen Arado: a kind of tribalism based on religion
    arabella Ella: but Liza ... what do you think makes human beings create so many 'us' and 'them' mentalities all over the world?
    arabella Ella: for religion race politics or whatever
    Liza Deischer: I think religion is abused for other reasons
    arabella Ella: class too
    Liza Deischer: I should say ego
    arabella Ella: power?
    Zen Arado: but many protestants hate Catholicism and the Pope
    Liza Deischer: I/we are better then......
    Liza Deischer: Or I/we feel not respected by
    Qt Core: i think it may have a genetic base, about the need of protecting the tribe/group
    arabella Ella: but so often it is merely fictitious and only serves as a way to artificially divide groups
    Qt Core: now we don't have one and search for something that may create such groups
    Liza Deischer: prtestants in Holland don't hate the pope and live together with catholics
    Liza Deischer: they don't mix well, but that is something different then hate
    Zen Arado: so why does it exist in Ireland?
    arabella Ella: brain washing?
    arabella Ella: past experience?
    arabella Ella: bad experiences?
    Zen Arado: long memories
    Liza Deischer: I don't know
    Liza Deischer: but I think there is more to it
    Zen Arado: goes back to 1690
    Zen Arado: and William of Orange Liza
    Liza Deischer: doesn't it got something to do with a Dutch king
    Zen Arado: yes
    Liza Deischer: yes :-)
    arabella Ella: really?
    Liza Deischer: orange is stille an important colour to protestants in Belfast
    Zen Arado: the Battle of the Boyne
    Zen Arado: yes group called Orangemen
    Liza Deischer: but I don't have much knowledge of your history
    Zen Arado: they have a big march every 12th JUly
    Liza Deischer: but I can imagine that one group wanted to oppose their ideas to another group
    Zen Arado: country closes down for 2 days
    arabella Ella: yes the orangemen march is always in the news on TV
    Liza Deischer: that always seems to be a reason for war
    arabella Ella: why do they march Zen?
    Zen Arado: can't stand them even though I was brought up protestant
    arabella Ella: what do they commemorate?
    Zen Arado: winning the Battle of the Boyne
    Zen Arado: beating the Catholics
    arabella Ella: owwwww
    Liza Deischer: and Willem of Orange was their leader ?
    Zen Arado: yes
    Zen Arado: but you about exhausted my knowledge now :)
    Liza Deischer: we don't learn much about that part of history at our schools
    arabella Ella: is that why dutch people wear orange ribbons for the queen's birthday each year in Holland Liza?
    Liza Deischer: well I learned something today :-)
    Liza Deischer: Orange is connected to the kingshouse, yes
    arabella Ella: and orange is the dutch main colour
    arabella Ella: like for soccer too
    Liza Deischer: but that was already there before the battle of Boyn
    Zen Arado: the main friction in Ireland is because the English to away 6 counties from the Irish
    Zen Arado: and many want a United Ireland again
    Liza Deischer: I believe the colour has got something to do wiht a county in France that our kingshouse ever owned
    arabella Ella: do you think there will ever be any attempts at reunification Zen?
    Zen Arado: that's what the IRA tried to do
    Zen Arado: with bombs
    arabella Ella: as protestants?
    Liza Deischer: taking back what was lost
    Zen Arado: protestants want to stay British mainly
    Qt Core: probably the only reunification will be in the United States of Europe
    arabella Ella: he he
    Qt Core: after the worst monarchies dies out of embarassment (ul)
    Liza Deischer: Well I am surprised about certain things in history
    Qt Core: ui=uk
    Liza Deischer: like the Berlin wall, that suddenly wasn't there any more
    arabella Ella: yes
    Liza Deischer: and IRA in politics
    Liza Deischer: you never know what happens
    Zen Arado: but very uneasy politics
    Liza Deischer: yes
    arabella Ella: what is also amazing is that divisive walls still exist ... in Korea in Mexico for example
    arabella Ella: very sad
    Qt Core: batter having them in parliament with a mic than in the strits with some explosive
    Liza Deischer: there has been so much bloodshed, that will take a lot of time to heal
    Zen Arado: true
    arabella Ella: yes I will never forget how impressed i was with the Bobby Sands hunger strike as a child
    Zen Arado: people live in the past too much
    arabella Ella: yes
    Liza Deischer: hmmm, some have suffered more then others
    arabella Ella: what i find scarey is the recent trend towards nostalgia for fascism
    Zen Arado: I worked in a power station that was bombed
    Liza Deischer: solving a problem like this is easier to do on a political level then in the hearts of people
    arabella Ella: were you actually there Zen at the time?
    Liza Deischer: wow
    Zen Arado: no lucky enough
    arabella Ella: ah ... fortunate then
    Liza Deischer: but still you need to live with the fear that anything can happen any time
    arabella Ella: even a little island like cyprus is divided with the north occupied by Turks ... it was thought that cyprus would not be allowed to join the EU for this reason ... but somehow they did
    Zen Arado: exactly Liza
    Zen Arado: we had bomb warnings but had to saty in the station
    Zen Arado: stay
    arabella Ella: i was amazed with the security that exists in N Ireland when i had visited
    Zen Arado: otherwise the country would shut down with no power
    arabella Ella: scarey
    Liza Deischer: was there some hidingplace?
    Zen Arado: no you had to stay at your control panel
    arabella Ella: must have been extremely stressful then Zen
    Liza Deischer: must be terrifying
    Zen Arado: stress yes
    Liza Deischer: is that kind of 'fear' of stress still there Zen?
    Zen Arado: if they threw petrol bombs into your house was worse
    Zen Arado: no pretty peaceful now
    Liza Deischer: and no fear that it is coming back?
    Zen Arado: still some IRA dissidents cause trouble
    Zen Arado: hope not
    Liza Deischer: Yes there was something in the news about that
    arabella Ella: well there was the problem with the school kids a couple of years ago wasnt there?
    Zen Arado: don't think it will come back
    Zen Arado: yes but that quite a long time ago I think Ara
    Zen Arado: 10 years
    Zen Arado: maybe
    Zen Arado: violence wasn't effective
    arabella Ella: oh i thought it was more likely to have been about 3 or 4 years ago but i may be wrong
    Zen Arado: maybe you are right
    Liza Deischer: yes I seem to remember something like that too
    Liza Deischer: that's quite a story Zen
    arabella Ella: when they were somehow barred from walking along a particular road to go to school
    Liza Deischer: yes
    Liza Deischer: policemen on either side of the roud
    arabella Ella: yes
    Liza Deischer: road
    Zen Arado: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2001.../qanda.schools
    Zen Arado: 2001
    Zen Arado: is that the incident?
    Liza Deischer: It is always longer ago then you think :-)
    Liza Deischer: could well be
    arabella Ella: certainly is :)
    Zen Arado: I used to live near there when I was a kid actually
    arabella Ella: oh
    Zen Arado: two estates side by side - one catholic, the othe protestant
    Zen Arado: was always trouble
    arabella Ella: sad
    Zen Arado: each generation sems to pass on the hatred to the next
    Zen Arado: if you could short circuit that
    Zen Arado: they have schemes to make the kids mix
    Zen Arado: in Belfast
    arabella Ella: what saddens me is that in situations like these an external 'image' is constructed which bars access to the person or individual
    Liza Deischer: It is a conflict since the 17th century if I recall right
    Zen Arado: yes Ara
    Zen Arado: prejudices
    arabella Ella: and assumptions
    Zen Arado: and children are in separate schools
    Liza Deischer: what kind of prejudices?
    Liza Deischer: form catholics to protestants and vice versa you mean
    Zen Arado: yes
    Zen Arado: there are some integrated schols now and that is good
    Zen Arado: might be the answer in time
    Liza Deischer: there is always a part that wants to destract themselves from the conflict
    Liza Deischer: I almost would say: thank God
    Liza Deischer: and I don't care about the colour of this God
    Liza Deischer: color
    arabella Ella: both are correct Liza :)
    Zen Arado: no - colour :)
    Liza Deischer: oh :-)
    arabella Ella: one is english the other american as far as i am aware
    Zen Arado: getting too Americanised :)
    Liza Deischer: ah, that explance my confussion about it :-)
    arabella Ella smiles
    Liza Deischer: mine :-)
    Zen Arado: I am starting to put 'z' in too many words :)
    Liza Deischer: that's American?
    arabella Ella: yes
    Zen Arado: yes
    arabella Ella: like analyse or analyze
    arabella Ella: or synthesize
    Zen Arado: like 'realise'
    Liza Deischer: yes, I struggle with these words too
    Liza Deischer: and I thought it was me :-)
    arabella Ella: i think either is fine as long as one is consistent within a text
    Liza Deischer: ooops
    Zen Arado: tire instead if tyre
    Zen Arado: check instead of cheque
    arabella Ella: shades instead of sun glasses
    arabella Ella: trunk or boot (of a car)
    Zen Arado: yup
    arabella Ella: ride or lift
    Qt Core: president or queen
    Zen Arado: sidewalk instead of pavement
    Liza Deischer: :-)
    arabella Ella: he he
    Zen Arado: elevator'lift
    arabella Ella: oh yes
    Zen Arado: pab is Americanising us :)
    arabella Ella: but there are some funny things one day i was on an alitalia plane and it had no row 17 as it is considered unlucky
    Zen Arado: oh? not 13?
    arabella Ella: and floors of buildings are counted differently in US and UK
    Qt Core: 17, XVII in roman numerals, anagrammed is VIXI as in i lived as in i'm dead
    Liza Deischer: I know that in the US 13 is hardly used
    arabella Ella: oh Qt that is really interesting ... never knew that
    Zen Arado: I see
    Liza Deischer: wow
    Liza Deischer: are there also lucky numbers you wonder?
    Zen Arado: so why 13 ?
    arabella Ella: but how does XVII translate to VIXI?
    Qt Core: the guest at the last supper
    Zen Arado: ah yes
    Qt Core: anagram
    arabella Ella: ah ok ty
    Liza Deischer: and friday?
    arabella Ella: oh and why Friday 13?
    arabella Ella: snap
    arabella Ella: any idea Qt?
    Zen Arado: could google it :)
    Qt Core: well, Holy friday isn't a happy day and then maye the two things, friday and the 13 guest got toghether
    arabella Ella: ah Good Friday yes
    arabella Ella: Hiya Yaku
    Yakuzza Lethecus: hey everyone
    Liza Deischer: hey Yaku
    Qt Core: hi Yak
    Zen Arado: Hi Yaku
    arabella Ella: wie geht's?
    Liza Deischer: I need to go
    arabella Ella: bye Liza
    Yakuzza Lethecus: bye elizia
    Liza Deischer: cu
    Zen Arado: looks complicated on Wikipedia
    Yakuzza Lethecus: just came home from a phil course :)
    Zen Arado: bye Liza
    arabella Ella: ah ... herman's?
    Yakuzza Lethecus: not that i couldn´t have that in sl :)
    Yakuzza Lethecus: no he´s tomorrow i guess
    arabella Ella: oh you mean in RL?
    Yakuzza Lethecus: yes, with 30 minutes driving one way
    arabella Ella: what was it about?
    arabella Ella: Hiya Wol
    Yakuzza Lethecus: and i don´t like the topic in particular, this semester it´s about the evil
    Zen Arado: Hi Wol:)
    arabella Ella: ouch
    Yakuzza Lethecus: hey wol
    Wol Euler: hello ara, yaku, zen, qt
    Qt Core: hi wol
    Zen Arado: what eveil ?
    arabella Ella: hey hope you ... Yaku and Wol ... know you are both ... oh so late!
    Qt Core: the dst rebellion go still strong!
    Yakuzza Lethecus: different texts each time, there isn´t even a clear definition for evil
    arabella Ella: he he
    arabella Ella: and i thought i would get an early night tonite
    Wol Euler: nothing to be done, alas, I just got home from work. I haven't even made tea yet.
    Yakuzza Lethecus: that evil can´t be without freedom and alike
    arabella Ella: interesting
    Zen Arado: I don't believe in evil
    Zen Arado: just people do bad things
    Zen Arado: a process not a noun
    Yakuzza Lethecus: so whats bad then ?
    Zen Arado: things that cause suffering
    Yakuzza Lethecus: couldn´t you say that for evil as well ?
    Yakuzza Lethecus: evil things cause suffering in some way ?
    Zen Arado: yes ...but it makes it a tangible thing....
    arabella Ella: if the process of people doing bad things is called evil, then that causes suffering doesnt it Zen?
    Zen Arado: ok maybe it is semantics
    Zen Arado: but there is a kind of notion that evil = Satan etc
    Zen Arado: something that travels around and enters people
    Zen Arado: see what I mean ?
    arabella Ella: there are many different ways of perceiving evil and many ways to explain how it may come about
    arabella Ella: no consensus though
    Zen Arado: it sems to have an unchangeable quality
    Zen Arado: you say someone is eveil - they have no possibility of rehabilitation
    arabella Ella: what i would ask is ... are people born in such a way that they continually do 'bad deeds or acts' ... or do they learn to become bad?
    Yakuzza Lethecus: so we haven´t had a clear definitinon for evil in the discussion either, up to the issue of freud and the ,,death wish of man"
    arabella Ella: is it nature or nurture?
    Yakuzza Lethecus: hehe, everything is nature and nurture would i say :)
    Yakuzza Lethecus: lol
    Yakuzza Lethecus: we´ll never know :)
    arabella Ella: and Zen would you use the word 'malicious' instead?
    Zen Arado: maybe - or actions that cause suffering to others
    arabella Ella: yes
    arabella Ella: what about causing suffering to oneself?
    Zen Arado: i have heard people described as evil
    Zen Arado: and feel uneasy about that
    Wol Euler: I tend to think that calling something evil means "it upsets me too much to think about it"
    Wol Euler: it's certainly true for me :)
    Zen Arado: yes it has a kind of blanket effect
    Yakuzza Lethecus: at least one certain truth :)
    Wol Euler: if I am able to focus on something clearly, without recoiling in fear or horror, then that thing somehow is never described as "evil" in my mind
    Zen Arado: stops any further investigation
    Qt Core: time to go, bye all
    Zen Arado: bye Qt
    Yakuzza Lethecus: live long and prosper qt
    arabella Ella: notte Qt ... sogni d'oro :)
    Qt Core: >:-) yaku
    Qt Core: ciao!
    Wol Euler: ciao qt
    arabella Ella: i must go too ... nite all!
    Zen Arado: a nice silence
    Wol Euler smiles
    Yakuzza Lethecus: sleep well ara
    Wol Euler: goodnight ara, take care
    Zen Arado: yes I better go too
    Zen Arado: bye Ara
    Zen Arado: bye all
    Yakuzza Lethecus: nice costume wol :)
    Yakuzza Lethecus: bye zen
    Wol Euler: bye zen, hope you had a good St. Paddy's day
    Wol Euler: drink a guinness for me!
    Wol Euler: ty, yaku
    Yakuzza Lethecus: do you also create cloth sometimes ?
    Yakuzza Lethecus: or you enjoy the pleasure of shopping :)
    Wol Euler: oh no, I have no talent in that direction -- sadly
    Wol Euler: I love shopping in SL, yes; RL less so
    Yakuzza Lethecus: oh, yes, SL is far more inexpensive tho :)
    Wol Euler: well, it'
    Wol Euler: well, it's not really the money, it's the *doing*
    Wol Euler: I enjoy it here far more than in RL
    Wol Euler: though perhaps that will change, I haven't been RL-clothes shopping in ages, not since I started here
    Yakuzza Lethecus: hey aga
    Agatha Macbeth: Top o' de evening me darlins :)
    Yakuzza Lethecus: did you try stanza by the way ?
    Wol Euler: ah, 'tis a speaking of the blarney, is it?
    Wol Euler: begorrah
    Yakuzza Lethecus: or did you have that on ur ipotsch already ?
    Agatha Macbeth: To be sure 'tis an'all
    Agatha Macbeth: (Or something)
    Wol Euler: woooo. green.
    Wol Euler: I feel underdressed,
    Agatha Macbeth: And shamrocks!
    Agatha Macbeth: In keeping with the day, no?
    Agatha Macbeth: To be sure
    Yakuzza Lethecus: poison ivy
    Agatha Macbeth: So who's getting the Guiness in?
    Agatha Macbeth: Erk!
    Agatha Macbeth: You seem to have a plant on your head Wol
    Wol Euler: so much for your sense of fashion.
    Wol Euler: :-P
    Agatha Macbeth: Aww
    Wol Euler: green hair :)
    Agatha Macbeth: Cute!
    Agatha Macbeth: Ah, now.....
    Wol Euler: there :)
    Agatha Macbeth: Not sure the katana fits in though
    Agatha Macbeth: Oh it's gone
    Wol Euler: it has a colour change optoin, but I won't bother
    Agatha Macbeth: A Paddy ninja
    Wol Euler: heheheh
    Agatha Macbeth: Bejasus
    Agatha Macbeth: Shame Zen's not here
    Wol Euler: you just missed him
    Agatha Macbeth: :(
    Agatha Macbeth just got 'poison ivy' Yaku
    Agatha Macbeth: Meep Meep ;P :p:P :p :P
    Wol Euler: hehehehe
    Agatha Macbeth: Good old Uma :)
    Agatha Macbeth: Did I miss an interesting topic tonight then?
    Agatha Macbeth: (Maybe not....)
    Wol Euler: I've only been here twenty mins or so, I don't know
    Yakuzza Lethecus: yes, me too
    Agatha Macbeth: I was listening to da wolf man at Kira
    Wol Euler: what I heard was interesting, talking about evil
    Wol Euler: glutton for punishment, eh?
    Agatha Macbeth: Ah, big subject
    Yakuzza Lethecus: yes, i just came from a vhs phil course
    Agatha Macbeth: Whoa
    Wol Euler: woo
    Yakuzza Lethecus: we have that as a topic so it came from my direction when i joined short before wol
    Wol Euler nods.
    Agatha Macbeth: Latecomers all then?
    Yakuzza Lethecus: yes
    Yakuzza Lethecus: it´s sad that i can´t join wolfman tho
    Agatha Macbeth: Ah well, one cannot be everywhere
    Yakuzza Lethecus: and pema and the others at 11 am
    Agatha Macbeth: Well he's always good for a laugh ;-)
    Yakuzza Lethecus: but it´s the only course in rl that happens at least nearly 30 driving minutes away :P
    Agatha Macbeth smiles
    Wol Euler: mmhmm
    Yakuzza Lethecus sneaks away, ich wish you both a big pot of gold at the end of a fantastic rainbow
    Wol Euler: :)
    Wol Euler: goodnight yaku, sleep well
    Agatha Macbeth: Thanks Yaku, bfn :)
    Agatha Macbeth: How's yer teeth then?
    Wol Euler: meh
    Wol Euler: next topic
    Agatha Macbeth: Oh dear
    Wol Euler: yes, I am an idiot.
    Wol Euler: next topic
    Wol Euler: not hurting at least.
    Agatha Macbeth: It won't just go away you know...
    Wol Euler: I know
    Agatha Macbeth: Whe was your last visit to a dentist then?
    Agatha Macbeth: when
    Wol Euler: well, about two years ago
    Wol Euler: not htat long
    Agatha Macbeth: Surely you shouldn't be having this much trouble then
    Wol Euler: no, the cause is fairly clear. Two fillings fell out.
    Agatha Macbeth: Oh
    Agatha Macbeth: And weren't replaced obviously?
    Wol Euler: yep
    Agatha Macbeth: Well i won't nag, but....
    Wol Euler: thank you for not nagging.
    Agatha Macbeth: Ok
    Agatha Macbeth: How was work today?
    Wol Euler: not bad at all, actually
    Wol Euler: only ten hours, reasonably peaceful, got a few things accomplished
    Agatha Macbeth: Still on schedule?
    Wol Euler: pretty well so, yes.
    Wol Euler: it looks like "this week" might last until Wednesday of next week, but that's better than I expected :)
    Agatha Macbeth nods and smiles
    Agatha Macbeth: Good
    Wol Euler: how are you?
    Wol Euler: no people in yellow today I hope.
    Agatha Macbeth: Oh they're always with us ;-)
    Agatha Macbeth: Yes, quite good...
    Agatha Macbeth: Full day, no boredom
    Agatha Macbeth: which is how I like it
    Agatha Macbeth: Weather's been good too
    Wol Euler: .)
    Wol Euler: here too, yes. a lovely day today
    Agatha Macbeth: Makes a change from snow eh?
    Wol Euler: god yes.
    Wol Euler: goodnight, I must go.
    Agatha Macbeth: Mmm, me too
    Wol Euler: sleep well
    Agatha Macbeth: Orf to bed...
    Wol Euler: have green dreams
    Agatha Macbeth: Nitey nite
    Wol Euler: of guinness
    Agatha Macbeth: Oh I will
    Wol Euler: :)
    Agatha Macbeth: :)
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