Wow vinod1975, who are you?


Dexter Sinister
#1
You've got the latest post in every thread listed under the "Recent Topics of Discussion" pane, and the latest post in all but two of the forums listed below it, as I write this. Have you no life? I've never seen any other poster accomplish that. I'm impressed. I actually tried to do that once, just so I could say I'd done it, by posting very short things in every active thread, but I couldn't do it fast enough. You're amazing.
 
vinod1975
#2
With all respect , I have no intention to be that it just happen ,

I am a tech working for techsupport company www..com (external - login to view) , and I am in shift at this time.
Last edited by vinod1975; Feb 1st, 2007 at 05:09 PM..
 
Dexter Sinister
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by vinod1975View Post

... I am in shift at this time.

Must be a slow night.
 
vinod1975
#4
very true its sunday knight and I love to be on internet all the time
 
karrie
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by Dexter SinisterView Post

Have you no life? ...... I actually tried to do that once, just so I could say I'd done it,

That's cute.. who has no life? *lol*
 
vinod1975
#6
I have life and I am married and have one 5 months old daughter and wife to take care and on the way to immigrate to CANADA..
 
karrie
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by vinod1975View Post

I have life and I am married and have one 5 months old daughter and wife to take care and on the way to immigrate to CANADA..

that's nice . family is a great thing. when will you be immigrating?
 
vinod1975
#8
its been allready 2 years I have applied may it take another 1.5 years
 
L Gilbert
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by Dexter SinisterView Post

You've got the latest post in every thread listed under the "Recent Topics of Discussion" pane, and the latest post in all but two of the forums listed below it, as I write this. Have you no life? I've never seen any other poster accomplish that. I'm impressed. I actually tried to do that once, just so I could say I'd done it, by posting very short things in every active thread, but I couldn't do it fast enough. You're amazing.

Ah. Jealousy. That's the 6th cardinal sin. Yer damned, bro. lol
 
L Gilbert
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by karrieView Post

That's cute.. who has no life? *lol*

I was wondering that, too.
 
L Gilbert
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by vinod1975View Post

I have life and I am married and have one 5 months old daughter and wife to take care and on the way to immigrate to CANADA..

Welcome dood and doodettes.
 
vinod1975
#12
What actually you mean by that
 
L Gilbert
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by vinod1975View Post

its been allready 2 years I have applied may it take another 1.5 years

Yeah, the CIC isn't the speediest bunch.
 
L Gilbert
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by vinod1975View Post

What actually you mean by that

I mean welcome. Sorry. It's the slang. A male can be called dood. Females sometimes have the suffix of -ette attached to them. So, 1 dood and 2 doodettes. Welcome anyway.
Speaking of words, what's a vinod?
Don't mind me. Irish people get pickled (sloshed, pie-eyed, drunk, gooned, etc.) as often as possible according to the stereotype and I'm trying to live up to it.
Last edited by L Gilbert; Jan 22nd, 2007 at 03:23 AM..
 
vinod1975
#15
Thanks
 
vinod1975
#16
going on two days OFF , so I will enjoy with my family.....
 
vinod1975
#17
Meaning of Vinod , it means -: SMILE
 
L Gilbert
#18
Cool. Smiling is good.
The "Slinte" at the bottom of my posts means "cheers", BTW. It's irish.
 
vinod1975
#19
Thats Y I belive in Perfection or Nothing.
 
vinod1975
#20
any more comments
 
Niflmir
#21
What part of India are you from? I have a friend from New Delhi, he may still be there visiting his family and attend a mutual friends wedding.
 
mapleleafgirl
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by NiflmirView Post

What part of India are you from? I have a friend from New Delhi, he may still be there visiting his family and attend a mutual friends wedding.

my uncle used to live and work in india. he says it is the dirtiest country in the world and the people dont take baths that much.
 
Niflmir
#23
Quote: Originally Posted by mapleleafgirlView Post

my uncle used to live and work in india. he says it is the dirtiest country in the world and the people dont take baths that much.

He wasn't living in Goa then?
 
Dexter Sinister
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Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

Ah. Jealousy. That's the 6th cardinal sin. Yer damned, bro. lol

Actually it's worse, it's envy, one of the 7 deadlies... But that was at a time when only six threads showed in the Recent Topics pane and it seemed possible to both have a life and have the most recent post in all of them. Couldn't get past five though.
 
talloola
#25
[quote=L Gilbert;771425]Cool. Smiling is good.
The "Slinte" at the bottom of my posts means "cheers", BTW. It's irish

Are you IRISH irish, or Irish Canadian, (born here) like me. My Dad was born in Dublin, I was born
in New Westminster
 
hiAll
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

Cool. Smiling is good.
The "Slinte" at the bottom of my posts means "cheers", BTW. It's irish.

yep!
 
L Gilbert
#27
[quote=talloola;772058]
Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

Cool. Smiling is good.
The "Slinte" at the bottom of my posts means "cheers", BTW. It's irish

Are you IRISH irish, or Irish Canadian, (born here) like me. My Dad was born in Dublin, I was born
in New Westminster

Um, Canadian Irish actually as Canada is my first country; if I had emigrated from Ireland to here I'd be Irish Canadian. (Being pedantic, sorry). First one in my family born in Canada. Cranbrook BC. There's a post in here somewhere where I stuck up my family crest. Have relatives near Dublin, Galway, etc. (basically all over the place).
 
talloola
#28
[quote=L Gilbert;772983]
Quote: Originally Posted by talloolaView Post

Um, Canadian Irish actually as Canada is my first country; if I had emigrated from Ireland to here I'd be Irish Canadian. (Being pedantic, sorry). First one in my family born in Canada. Cranbrook BC. There's a post in here somewhere where I stuck up my family crest. Have relatives near Dublin, Galway, etc. (basically all over the place).

My dad was born in Dublin and my Mother was born in London, Eng. What a terrible combination,
and it proved to be just that. He just made fun of her "hoity toity" ways and her "snobby" high
church of england. They stayed together far too long, was a relief when they parted. Then my
life really began, and became much happier. How they met,he jumped ship in New Westminster, and my mother's
parents ran a boarding house, and "he" moved in. That was that.
Last edited by talloola; Jan 25th, 2007 at 07:34 PM..
 
vinod1975
#29
Quote: Originally Posted by NiflmirView Post

What part of India are you from? I have a friend from New Delhi, he may still be there visiting his family and attend a mutual friends wedding.

I am 32 years old from New Delhi and Proud to be Indian and I respect all countries and there culture I am post graduate with Computer Applications and have done MCSE , CCNA and currently on getting Certified Red Hat Linux , I love computers and computer problems love to troubleshoot any computer related probelm love to answer all of them if Admin allows the same....
 
selfactivated
#30
Dex your a genious! Ive been dieing to say welcome without interupting a thread.

Hi Vinod and welcome. I love the name. I have several friends from India.

Namaste
Tam
 
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