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Unread 02-18-2010, 07:35 PM   #1
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A Thread About Absolutely Nothing! Part II

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Unread 02-18-2010, 07:37 PM   #2
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mods - question for you. what's the usual limit (pages) for a thread to stop at?
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Third!!!

*pout* it won't allow me to use all caps
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Unread 02-18-2010, 07:40 PM   #4
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Jake - since you got VRI service, does this mean you will be having this service all the time for future meetings?
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mods - question for you. what's the usual limit (pages) for a thread to stop at?
Good question, some member requested the thread they set up to be stopped at 100 pages, then they make new one.

So you could go over 100 + pages. It would be the longest reading on each pages if a thread was still going over 100+.

Now usual limit pages for a thread to stop at?
When you want to close the thread and you can start part (whatever the number is).
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Good question, some member requested the thread they set up to be stopped at 100 pages, then they make new one.

So you could go over 100 + pages. It would be the longest reading on each pages if a thread was still going over 100+.

Now usual limit pages for a thread to stop at?
When you want to close the thread and you can start part (whatever the number is).
oh??? so the thread can continue indefinitely no problem???
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oh??? so the thread can continue indefinitely no problem???
Well I don't know the longest pages of threads ever in AD but then I could search around in AD to find one. If there's a thread way over 100+ pages.
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Well I don't know the longest pages of threads ever in AD but then I could search around in AD to find one. If there's a thread way over 100+ pages.
well dang! too late now but I'll let this thread to keep on running "forever"
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well dang! too late now but I'll let this thread to keep on running "forever"
If you like I can merge this thread to Part 1 and reopen it... it not too late.
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oh no.. more thread about nothing.
 
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Well, I guess... Look on Google to see how many posts a thread can have on a vBulletin system before it starts glitching.
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how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop? I wonder if google knows.
 
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how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop? I wonder if google knows.
Google knows everything

Google

Google said an owl took 3 licks and then bit into it.
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Jake - since you got VRI service, does this mean you will be having this service all the time for future meetings?
Jiro, do you know what s meaning with VRI?
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Video Remote Interpreting?
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how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop? I wonder if google knows.
Who licks a tootsie pop? I crunch my way through.
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Jake - since you got VRI service, does this mean you will be having this service all the time for future meetings?
Yes, the funds has been taken care of, and the service will be continuing from now on.
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JClarke, maybe you could show me how video relay works when I come down to Canberra in April, eh?
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so why is an owl eating a tootie pop?
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i am in the mood for tootsie pop lollipop.
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JClarke, maybe you could show me how video relay works when I come down to Canberra in April, eh?
You don't use them, no?

The VRS uses Skpye for VRS calls, but not the VRI (we use ISDN System)
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You don't use them, no?

The VRS uses Skpye for VRS calls, but not the VRI (we use ISDN System)
Don't have them nor do I use 'em. I know next to nothing about this piece of technology

Once I meet you and you're the expert who can explain this in depth then I'll go 'Aha, I understand' then look into the possibility of getting one.
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Don't have them nor do I use 'em. I know next to nothing about this piece of technology

Once I meet you and you're the expert who can explain this in depth then I'll go 'Aha, I understand' then look into the possibility of getting one.
I'm happy to explain to you, and I should send you a PM that I have some information that may interest you.
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I'm happy to explain to you, and I should send you a PM that I have some information that may interest you.

That'd be good, thanks.
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I just had dinner with an Owl......That dude has alot of girls hanging around
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Time for a haircut, new glasses, and a clean shave - me thinks.
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