Megman leaves Casa Dev

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Megman leaves Casa Dev

Post by Devastated » 04-07-2005 06:46 AM

Well, Megman took off for Puerto Escondido yesterday afternoon. I regaled him with a "neck wallet" (one you wear around your neck and under your clothing) so that he might avoid further economic contact with the Mexican police. It will be very hot at the beach, Meggers, but it's good to be off exploring. Keep track of what's happening plitically in Honduras before you rove across too many international borders!!
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Post by tiffany » 04-07-2005 11:15 PM

Sounds like you were a good host for Meg. I'm sure he appreciated your welcoming casa after his ordeal.

I looked up Puerto Escondido and it looks very beautiful there. Lots of markets, and beaches. It's a fishing community but surfers like it there very much.

Lots of people from all over visit. Here is the site I was viewing:

http://www.puertoconnection.com/

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Post by Devastated » 04-08-2005 06:41 AM

It's actually getting way to hot to go to the beach now.;)
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Post by megman » 04-25-2005 01:57 PM

Devastated wrote: It's actually getting way to hot to go to the beach now.;)


HOT?!?!

Heck it's 36C in the shade. Sat the thermometer in the sun and it hit 47C today!!!!:eek: :cool:

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Post by Devastated » 04-26-2005 06:53 AM

Megman, I think the temperature has as much to do "with whom you are lying beneath the tree" as the thermometer. Come on... Tell all!!! ;)
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Post by tiffany » 04-29-2005 11:47 PM

Yeh and Meg...I dunno how to read Celsus.....????

Is that like in the 90's...or?

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Oh and Dev love that avatar. When I first saw it I (just for a second now) was waiting....hehehe:D

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Post by megman » 05-03-2005 11:14 AM

C x 1.8 + 32 is the easy conversion to F.

47C is 116F:cool:

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Post by tiffany » 05-04-2005 12:43 AM

Boy Meg 116, Dev is right tooooo hoooot at the beach..Don't get sunburned...;)

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Post by Devastated » 05-06-2005 07:03 AM

That sort of sounds like the conversion number for your craptop! 44, wasn't it? How could I forget?
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Post by SquidInk » 11-20-2011 06:14 PM

Wow... did I read somewhere that Dev was the daughter of Czeslaw Milosz?
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Post by Dale O Sea » 11-20-2011 06:54 PM

SquidInk wrote: Wow... did I read somewhere that Dev was the daughter of Czeslaw Milosz?
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After graduating, in the tumultuous sixties, she married Tony, the bad-boy son of a Polish émigré poet. Later on, in 1980, her father-in-law, Czeslaw Milosz, was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature. Tony and Sareda lived an alternative lifestyle where heavy partying was part of the makeup. After seven years it finally sunk in that the party was over; they amicably divorced yet are on friendly terms.

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Post by SquidInk » 11-20-2011 07:07 PM

Dale!

Thanks... I wasn't sure how to go about searching for that one.

Wow... tough thread.

You know, Dale, now I remember why we try so hard to preserve & defend this forum. It really is unique.

Thank you.

And Megman - I'm slowly beginning to understand the true scope of your travels - and man, am I amazed. Truly.
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Post by Dale O Sea » 11-20-2011 09:51 PM

No problem! I used the site:fantasticforum.com on google..I bet that Google box Fan put in search would have done the same thing, I think. :)
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Post by megman » 11-21-2011 05:42 PM

SquidInk wrote: Dale!

Thanks... I wasn't sure how to go about searching for that one.

Wow... tough thread.

You know, Dale, now I remember why we try so hard to preserve & defend this forum. It really is unique.

Thank you.

And Megman - I'm slowly beginning to understand the true scope of your travels - and man, am I amazed. Truly.


Maybe someday, before it all fades, I'll put some of my adventures to pen/paper.

Sareda was one of the more interesting people I had the extreme pleasure of meeting in real life. I consider myself blessed in this instance. She gave me strength and inspiration. Its a shame she was called away. Hate to admit it but I got something stuck in my eye reliving this memory......
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