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My Luck..
« on: December 8, 2002 05:40 PM GMT »
:-X :-X :-X :-X :-X :-X :-X >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:(
Welp.. When you were just on particle I went back and got dust when you left, started on pillars flying.. Got 1 pillar from house.. Server crashed.. Came back in was then falling in air.. #recall'd , ran back .. Pillars were gone .... And I can't do it without the pillars..  :-/
 Maybe you could make them permanent or help me sometime I'm on heh ..
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Re: My Luck..
« Reply #1 on: December 8, 2002 07:36 PM GMT »
Ok.  We'll do that then.
« Last Edit: January 1, 1970 12:00 AM GMT by Particle »
The last clear was 3,063 days ago as of February 15, 2013.  That is over eight years ago, folks; not that such things are incredible selling points anymore.

Light from our sun has been to all three stars in the Centauri system since, passed Barnard's star years ago, whizzed by Wolf 359 last July, and passed Lalande a month or so ago.  We'll be heading by Sirius this year on April 28.


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