Oh I just remembered. How about an ehMac night. Like a pub night or something along them lines where all the local yokels can get together and discuss all things ehMac. We could all take the Mayor out for a drink to show him our gratitude... I'm sure he'd be up for that
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Alesh: ehMac is the first place I visit every time I launch a web browser, and the last place I check out before I close a web browser.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Heh, in Internet Explorer I have a subscription which checks ehMac every five minutes for site changes. I love hearing that ChuToy alert sound which tells me there is a new post!
From my vantage point, you are a full day's drive back east!
The ehMacaddiction has spread right across this vast land of ours...like some kind of mutated virus. I'll check and see if there is a twelve-step program available in your area. A cure is probably available, if you want it.
Of course...if you should choose to live with this addiction...then I'm sure that all of us would be quite happy to hear from you on a regular basis.
Besides...I'm told that withdrawal from this particular habit can cause some serious side effects and will probably result in alarming physical manifestations. I stayed off this forum once for five days and caught myself shaving my kneecaps. Scary stuff indeed. [img]tongue.gif[/img]
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Nick: It's to bad that there is not more Mac lovers close to me out west. My roommate and I are starting a MUG.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
I'll be with ya in spirit Nick. I used to live in Sparwood 1982-1983. It was thanks to my family moving "out west" that I became a Mac user. I started using Macs in 1985 when we ended up in Langley 1983-1986 (can't say I miss the weather though).