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Old 11-05-2008, 15:01   #1
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JUST KIDDING , nothing left to say about that subject. I was just seeing if the moderators were awake..
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Old 11-05-2008, 15:11   #2
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JUST KIDDING , nothing left to say about that subject. I was just seeing if the moderators were awake..
That's funny!

Actually I sort of liked their site. A lot you can learn form them. Mostly what not to do but I think there is a just as much to learn from that.
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Bumfuzzle is alive and well. The new owners, from Texas, left Ft Lauderdale several weeks ago. They were going to spend time in the Bahamas before heading further.
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JUST KIDDING , nothing left to say about that subject. I was just seeing if the moderators were awake..
I'd rather talk about something alot less volatile, like guns on board.
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Old 12-05-2008, 19:56   #6
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Always. we sleep in shifts.
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First, Middle, Morning, Forenoon, Afternoon, First Dog, Second Dog, First Night's Watch
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Personally I like 4 on eight off.

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It's far more complicated. Alan and Gmac are working tomorrow at the same time some of us are working yesterday depending on where your boat is. So it means we have 48 hours of shifts to cover as well as a time and space continuum concern. By displacing the staff around the globe we make sure this web site does not slip off the edge.
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Right! And if necessary, we can beam GMac to wherever we need him.
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