It was nice to wake up this morning and see that some more familiar faces had popped in.<br><br>Good morning also to all the regular "oldtimers" of this forum. I guess you are still wondering what hit you. It will all shake out in the end as we get to know you and visa versa.<br><br><br><br>
Loc: In Your Servers
Good Morning Everyone <br>This place looks clean no beer cans stuffed in the couch no chips brushed under the furniture, ash trays emptied and the trash in the trash can<br><br><br>This could be da place
Hey Steve, did you feel the earthquake? We felt it here in TO. Very strong. I was sitting here working on my project when all of a sudden the monitor started moving back and forth and everything was swaying. It seemed to last a good 30 secs or more. Scared my cat who was sitting on the desk beside me. His fur went completely on end. My hubby jumped outta the water bed thinking a tidal wave was coming to get him.<br><br><br><br>
Just reading a/b it in the Times! Didn't feel anything here. At least nothing unusual. But then there's always heavy trucks rattling by my loft, fire engines screaming by, cabs colliding... the usual NYC stuff.<br><br>
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