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Back on the trail

Katrina Owen
Sheriff

Joined: Nov 03, 2006
Posts: 1364
    
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I got side-tracked into a patch of overly-demanding obligations. I dealt with one at a time, and can now see the lights in the window of yon saloon.

Anything fun happened around here the last few weeks?

Katrina
Marilyn de Queiroz
Sheriff

Joined: Jul 22, 2000
Posts: 9048
    
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It seems that a bunch of us all got extremely busy at the same time (Pauline, Carol, you and me). Hopefully, we didn't lose everyone else in the meantime.


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Pauline McNamara
Sheriff

Joined: Jan 19, 2001
Posts: 4012
    
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Good to see you back Katrina! I for one have definitely been slacking off as far as my moderator presence goes, just about to catch up on a couple nitpicks.

Your persistance is admirable!

Good thing you're seeing lights in the saloon, means it's got some friendly folk still hanging out there.
Carol Murphy
village idiot
Bartender

Joined: Mar 15, 2001
Posts: 1197
Just got back from Yosemite. It was just what the doctor ordered. Did some hiking, rafting, basking on the hot rocks on the river bank. Now it's back to reality. Ever notice how your car always seems to know exactly how much excess money you have in your checking account? And decides that you need to spend that money on it?
Anyway, start my new location (same job, same company) on Friday. Should have more time to hang out at the ranch!
Katrina Owen
Sheriff

Joined: Nov 03, 2006
Posts: 1364
    
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There is a natural law (up there with Gravity and Murphy's Law) that deals with financial matters, and it says:

Necessary expenses will always grow to equal income unless we protest to the contrary


I have to admit that I protest and protest and become quite contrary, but I suspect that I haven't lodged my objections with the correct authority.

Now, if I remember correctly, I was on Servlets 4a, and trying to figure out how to get the servlet to display the .jsp without forwarding. I'm still missing the big picture (and the really akward medium-sized picture, methinks).
[ June 10, 2007: Message edited by: Katrina Owen ]
 
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