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Summer Vacation
Sep 6 2007, 8:50 am
By: ejac1337  

Sep 6 2007, 8:50 am ejac1337 Post #1



Just wondering what you guys did. I mostly worked as a sailing instructor. It was fun, nothing too exciting happened.



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Sep 6 2007, 7:28 pm Money Post #2



I played on my computer and stuff the whole time. Boring.



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Sep 6 2007, 7:35 pm Gerrard2060 Post #3



LOL, I was camping. For a month! Also, I was playing computer and doing stuff.



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Sep 6 2007, 8:13 pm Echo Post #4



I went to Germany, Rock climbing, Camping, worked out, skated and a lot more. This is the most I ever did in a summer. Usually I would go to summer school and play on the computer all day.



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Sep 7 2007, 1:21 am CaptainWill Post #5



Good for you, Echo. It's a good thing not being on the computer.

I went to Mallorca with my gf and her family, messed about on the computer, read a book about Islam, and I'm currently working driving vans for a supermarket chain (ASDA/Wal-Mart...)

I'm now waiting for some more books to arrive which I need to read by the end of September.



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Sep 7 2007, 2:01 am Centreri Post #6

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I can beat Germany. I was in Russia for 4 weeks, Sweden for two days, Finland for two days, Denmark for one day.



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Sep 7 2007, 7:03 am Doodan Post #7



I didn't really have much of a vacation. I worked on a movie that was shot in June (16 hours a day of heavy lifting), and then I immediately hauled ass (usually 12 - 16 hours a day) until my cartoon was finished on July 27th. Then I had a couple of weeks to fart off before the semester started. And fart off, I did.



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Sep 7 2007, 11:25 am Minority Post #8



Ha. Ha. Ha. I don't get my summer vacation until December. I hope to do something worthwhile, instead of my usual routine of get up, eat, sit at the computer for ~16 hours, eat, sleep, rinse, repeat.



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Sep 7 2007, 11:33 am Clokr_ Post #9



Quote from CaptainWill
Good for you, Echo. It's a good thing not being on the computer.

I went to Mallorca with my gf and her family, messed about on the computer, read a book about Islam, and I'm currently working driving vans for a supermarket chain (ASDA/Wal-Mart...)

I'm now waiting for some more books to arrive which I need to read by the end of September.

OMG Mallorca is next to Alicante where I live :P

Anyway, I expent one month on my cottage where I have almost 30 cats, mostly programming on my mom's laptop and sleeping :P



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Sep 7 2007, 6:38 pm Echo Post #10



No one can beat Germany! It is the best country.



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Sep 7 2007, 7:38 pm Zycorax Post #11

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The first five weeks did I mostly play WoW (rather unstable weather, so the water never got any good temperature, means no point going out :P). Exceptions were when my mom got tired of me and I had to go with my dad on work (he's a lorry driver(<--would never have guessed that's what it's named if it wasn't for online dictionary)). That means two quick trips to Sweden, I think...
The last three weeks my parents also had vacation. We went to the Netherlands the seventh week. There we were on a huge truck festival (Truckstar. Was 3000 trucks there! :omfg: ).
The last week me and my dad went to Sweden (yeah, again, love the country <3).




Sep 7 2007, 10:05 pm AfterLifeLochie Post #12



I just sat at my PC programming my website ( gets a bit booring though!)... mabey I should have thought about omthing else :)



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Sep 7 2007, 10:38 pm Echo Post #13



There is no such thing as progress in the computer.



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Sep 8 2007, 12:32 am FatalException Post #14



In rough chronological order: Stayed in close proximity to the computer, had a birthday, got a Wii, played it for 13 hours and 36 minutes straight the third day I had it (UGH!! I WAS SO CLOSE! I didn't even mean to get so close to 13:37 though. :)), went camping, read Rocket Boys for homework, did more homework, rejoiced when SeN came up, started highschool band with my older brother, became friends with his friends, did tons of backflips, got a kink in my neck from the first one, and here I am. I plan to go bowling tonight. Liberally sprinkle hanging out with friends and computer time and you have my summer. :P



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Sep 8 2007, 3:27 am blacklight28 Post #15



umm, played on the computer, played video games and went to mexico... that's about it



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