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    Default I.A.C.O.J meeting times?

    Well, are we going to do this or what? I mean, shouldn't we all agree on a universal meeting time/date/location.

    We should make sure that all of our divisions are represented properly, and that we all know what each other is up to, etc etc. Further to that, we could also finally agree on a patch for Temp to start making, and I am sure there are many other things that need to be established, like a chain of command or who is investigating what Mutt, etc.

    It is all about co-ordination.

    The floor is open to further ideas.
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    Lightbulb Meeting Time

    We should get together once a month on fh chat. To bad there isn't such a thing as virtual guiness.
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    firefighter26:
    I like the cut of your jib. I am thinking that perhaps we could set up a chatroom and with an agenda, conduct business in an efficient manner.
    WebTeam; can you help with the obvious logistical problems and create a cyber-meeting place for the IACOJ? I mean, can you remember an organization that took off with a life of its own like the IACOJ has?
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    Thanks Chief... I am not sure what a jib is, but I am glad it is cut properly .
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    firefighter26:
    I'm not sure what a jib is either; I just like saying it!
    Steamer; you crusty old salt; know what a jib is?
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    Mr. President I think this is great idea
    I nominate firefighter 26 for this task if he wants

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    Talking Jib...

    Hey guy,
    A jib is the forward most sail on a sailboat. It assists the boat in turning. Generally smaller than the mainsail.

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    So I guess if this forward most sail is not cut properly the boat sails in circles to the left or right?

    Anyway, I think I might be able to find time to organize something like that, however, I was looking for when everyone else would be available... figured it should accommodate as many members as possible and I don't know what everyone's shifts are, then there is the time difference, not to mention technical logistical problems concerning what programs everyone has access to use, etc etc.
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    Talking Re: Jib...

    Originally posted by BGFD21
    Hey guy,
    A jib is the forward most sail on a sailboat. It assists the boat in turning. Generally smaller than the mainsail.

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    All this jib-erish isn't making any sense to me.

    I just wanted to know if we where all going to hold a meeting or what?
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    My time is your time fellow crusties. Name the time/date/place and I shall join you for chat and mutt? hunting, as well as Chefs extensive menu.

    For BGFD21's curiosity, the virtual state of Guiness is reached at about pint number 9...

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    Hey 26,

    Good idea The time difference thing could be a problem. However, I'm sure you can sort it out.

    I am actually going to be away for a few days, and I did say that I was going to post one more patch... which I haven't created yet. Sorry guys. I was thinking one mostly red, with white and blue accents, but if you like the other two, it's good for me. I'll see what I can do tonight when I get home from work, but after that I'll be away until Monday... hmmm... long weekend away in the country. No sirens... no traffic... no whining frequent flyers...hmmm...abundant supply of several choice beverages... hmmmm.... jealous yet

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    Me, jealous yet?

    Nope, not even close. I have two buildings that need to be burned down to the foundation before the end of the month , a few new 2002 product catalogs to look through and a purchasing list to make .

    Now, are you jealous yet? Oh, and I have the entire weekend off as well
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