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Speaking of casual, anyone want to start a clan in Urban Terror 4.1?
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I have been on holiday (vacation) for the past week.

10 days on the beach of South Padre Island . . . hadn't realized how much I miss the ocean.

I am soooo sunburned. :lol:

I'm still on holiday . . . made sure to take my laptop along. 8)
So I won't be commenting as much as usual ... but, I'm here, somewhere.
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HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY TO OUR AMERICAN FRIENDS
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Thanks npap.

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HAPPY 4TH OF JULY TO ALL
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Whooo! All the White Males in the colonies became free of the Queen today!
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MintyFree wrote:Whooo! All the White Males in the colonies became free of the Queen today!

Only one 'minor' flaw in your theory . . . in 1776, the British Monarch, was King George III
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MintyFree wrote:Whooo! All the White Males in the colonies became free of the Queen today!
I wasn't aware Sir Elton John had freed them. :P
Things are more like they are now than they ever were before.

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mick55 wrote:
MintyFree wrote:Whooo! All the White Males in the colonies became free of the Queen today!
I wasn't aware Sir Elton John had freed them. :P
I'm puzzled, what does that mean?
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MintyFree wrote:
mick55 wrote:
MintyFree wrote:Whooo! All the White Males in the colonies became free of the Queen today!
I wasn't aware Sir Elton John had freed them. :P
I'm puzzled, what does that mean?
At the risk of being humorlessly pedantic. think of what a "queen" is in the euphemistic sense. This might clear things up.
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is it possible to do something like this https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=52058&p=1
but with @linuxmint.com ?


I think it would be great! :D
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@ galher You really should post that in the appropriate part of the Forum.

This is the Mint Cafe . . . the Lounge . . . a Cyber-Cafe

. . . relax have a beer. Or a cup of coffee. :D
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vrkalak wrote:@ galher You really should post that in the appropriate part of the Forum.

This is the Mint Cafe . . . the Lounge . . . a Cyber-Cafe

. . . relax have a beer. Or a cup of coffee. :D
Greetings to all our friends in the Mint Cafe. :)

Enjoy yourself here. This is the Mint Cyber Cafe.
Cheers,
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Greetings to all our friends in the Mint Cafe. :)

Enjoy yourself here. This the Mint Cyber Cafe.
Cheers,
Thanks...I'm relaxed and have my hot mocha breve
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clem wrote:
Actually, I am part French
Nobody's perfect :)
(I'm 75% French myself)

Clem,
and 25% American.. would you believe. :)
woah... American-Frenchy? :P
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tdockery97 wrote:
Greetings to all our friends in the Mint Cafe. :)

Enjoy yourself here. This the Mint Cyber Cafe.
Cheers,
Thanks...I'm relaxed and have my hot mocha breve
Is there a mintuchino? I'dl like to try it. ;)
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Wow, someone's been reading posts from 2007! :o
Is there a mintuchino? I'dl like to try it. ;)
I'm sure we can make one up for you. :)
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kenetics wrote:Wow, someone's been reading posts from 2007! :o
Is there a mintuchino? I'dl like to try it. ;)
I'm sure we can make one up for you. :)
Yes! One mintuchino for our friend is the next concoction that Ken, our official bartender, will
come up with. :)
He's capable of anything. :)
Cheers, and bottoms up boys!
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I'm contemplating on buying a new laptop. As my old Gateway is getting rather old and has seen better days.
It only has 183 Mb of usable RAM anymore and a 40 Gb hard-drive ... although, Linux has given it new life.

The newer laptops have 3-4Gb of RAM and 250-500Gb of hard-drive memory.

[sips] a glass of French Rose' . . . a glass of wine is good for you. Or so they say.
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ikey wrote:
vrkalak wrote:I'm contemplating on buying a new laptop. As my old Gateway is getting rather old and has seen better days.
It only has 183 Mb of usable RAM anymore and a 40 Gb hard-drive ... although, Linux has given it new life.

The newer laptops have 3-4Gb of RAM and 250-500Gb of hard-drive memory.

[sips] a glass of French Rose' . . . a glass of wine is good for you. Or so they say.
Heh good luck :D My laptop attempted to kill me so I killed it back
On an old tower with 256MB RAM (no ddr) 64MB stolen by the graphics chip. Leaves me ~180MB RAM
and Its a 1.2Ghz Celeron CPU with a 20GB IDE HDD.. I don't even think I could get Linux on it lol :lol:
Nonsense! Just do a non-graphical install of Debian. I've put Linux on computers with less then 500 mhz of CPU and only a couple of hundred mb of RAM.
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