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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    Nice! RM Clothes Cleaner 3 - suppose you have to buy Wash licences for each garment of clothing you want to clean?

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    Quote Originally Posted by webman
    Nice! RM Clothes Cleaner 3 - suppose you have to buy Wash licences for each garment of clothing you want to clean?
    Do you put your cloths in a dishwasher lmao?

    Z

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    Oh yes, all the time. What's the point of having 2 electrical things to do the same sort of thing when one will do albeit with compromises? :P

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    Just found out they do cookers as well



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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    lol u

    @db

    Who has been listening to Bob Rivers then?

    For unlighted of you http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Rivers

    All together Walkin' 'Round in Women's Underwear....

    As one grumbling member said "I'll get my coat"

    Russell

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    Cooks the dinner for you but you get called names by people who use a 'proper' cooker

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    Quote Originally Posted by maniac
    does it have to be a carol, or can we broaden it to christmas songs? e.g. Wizard - i wish it could be christmas everyday is hardly a carol, but could have some quality lyrics put to it.

    Mike.
    I'm guessing that the answer to this is no since nobody has stated otherwise? I've got a couple more songs in mind which I would like to write lyrics for, is that allowed too? When does this competition end?

    I think I'm taking this too seriously.

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    I was gonna stick the RM logo on a picture of a vibrator with nails knocked through it but then thought better of it.........

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    Quote Originally Posted by mark
    Cooks the dinner for you but you get called names by people who use a 'proper' cooker
    Yeah you can't beat a real world Aga, a real proper cooker. Mine even has an RJ45 connection on it

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    Just to respond to the comment about carols ... nope, not just carols ... christmas songs that are well known chrimbo hits and likely to appear on a 'surely this is something that sounds like Christmas' album.

    This means you can include "I watched Linus coding ooooon a Mac" (I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus), or "Twas the night of the BETT show and all through the hall, yes the geeks were a-stirring, and stood by our stall" (The night before Christmas).

    Happy filking!

    The competition will run until Christmas Eve when our illustrious demi-god will announce the winner(s).

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    Well - here's my go...

    God rest ye merry IT techs, let nothing you dismay
    For Edugeek, our saviour, is coming down your way,
    To save us all from IT woes, when PCs go astray,
    Oh tidings of comfort & joy, comfort & joy, oh tidings of comfort & joy.

    When policies aren’t working and SLA’s awry,
    The telephone is ringing, your Blackberry’s on fire,
    We call on Geoff to comfort us when our network’s in a mire,
    Oh tidings of comfort & joy, comfort & joy, oh tidings of comfort & joy.

    Another call from admin girls, their printer is all jammed,
    And into narrow spaces the IT techie’s crammed.
    The IT teacher’s nervous and wants to hold our hand.
    Oh tidings of comfort & joy, comfort & joy, oh tidings of comfort & joy.

    With Dos_Box, Russ_Dev, Grumbledook, the lads are always there
    To ease our pain and suffering, when we’re pulling out our hair
    We’ll share our woes together as we’re carried into “care”
    Oh tidings of comfort & joy, comfort & joy, oh tidings of comfort & joy.

    A Merry Christmas to you all.

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    A late entry:

    Hark the Network Tech is King!
    School IT is challenging.
    Peace in Suite for a while;
    I’ve blocked logon for THAT child!
    Joyless teachers rage and shout;
    Printing budgets have run out.
    Hark the Network Tech is King,
    SMT can just go swing.

    Server room is cramped and hot
    “What’s my password? I’ve forgot.”
    SIMS update failed again
    Edugeek helps take the strain
    All the mouse balls have been nicked
    Stop nasties on memory sticks
    Hark the Network Tech is King!
    School IT is challenging!

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    Quote Originally Posted by john
    Yeah you can't beat a real world Aga, a real proper cooker. Mine even has an RJ45 connection on it
    No. It. Hasn't.

    That's a blatent lie.

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    RJ45? Mine's wifi

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    Re: EduGeek Christmas 2007 Competition

    Quote Originally Posted by webman
    Oh yes, all the time. What's the point of having 2 electrical things to do the same sort of thing when one will do albeit with compromises? :P
    I've got an Indesit Waher Dryer. What cycle should I use on my Argos crockery and star wars mugs?

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