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Can you believe the year is almost over? It's gone by quickly.
Every second and last Tuesday of the month we have a CGS forum meet-up at 9:30 pm eastern. The link will be posted in the comments section.
Hopefully I will see there.
Wrong link sorry
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Great to see you all if ever so briefly!
John how is your mother in law doing this morning?
Not great - pretty well immobilized today. Surgery tomorrow.
Ouch. We’ll keep our fingers crossed, and wish her the best of luck and a speedy recovery.
Surgery went well. Sounds like recovery is going to be long and require some additional osteo therapy of some kind.
I'm going to put a link for a pre-thanksgiving chat tonight. I'm bored.
I think I may be using an out of date link. It looks like no one is on.
Good talking to you Jason.
Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! Don't forget we have Meet-up tonight
See you then!
The link: https://meet.google.com/ayb-fxix-ebu
Sorry I fell asleep with Samuel until about 1:45am
No worries, Matt. We missed you, but Conrad and I had a nice chat about Charlie Brown music and Atari games, amongst other things.
I was out early last night as well - the barometric pressure swings we're experiencing are playing hell with my sinuses.
I had stuff to talk about too.
Cowboy bebop, my puppy got a fishing hook stuck in her nose, I read some comics, got some cool records and I bought a scarf.
Other things I wanted to talk about.
I was going to let you make fun of me for my love of the wheel of time books.
For as much as I poke at the Tolkien for a book about walking in the woods I give Robert Jordan a pass.
My wife made me think of this because she said " you might not like the WoT on Amazon. People are complaining it's not a story focused on the woods and it takes place in a forest"
I was like what have those idiots read? The man wrote about 3000 pages literally taking place in a forest. The first 600 or 700 pages of his story take place in the forest. He keeps coming back to the same place throughout the books. He has entire book focusing on a main character that goes back to the woods to fight a war.... Oh crap he Tolkiened me... Twice if you count his 1000+ pages of being in a desert
I have never read Robert Jordan, and I doubt I ever will.
I like the books, but 13000+ pages of books in a series is a little bit excessive. I have read up to the Sanderson books, but I couldn't remember what happened when those came out and I just bought the books.i have library bookshelves in my house and they take up a whole shelf
I will happily be a part of that conversation.