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Monday, September 24, 2007


David Ramalho

Brilliant :) you are now a hacker / developer / discoverer , but most importantly, you're not afraid to break something by just using it :D ... that comes when you're involved in something that breaks a lot I guess :D

Bev Trayner

... you're not talking about b-u-g-s are you????

Joao Dias

It happens when we no longer are afraid to make mistakes :)

Bev Trayner

Maybe I'll start learning how to work my video machine now!


I always knew it wasn´t easy, and i always tried to tell you that, but you were always making me feel dumb. So I also have (am) learned (learning) the hard way.

Bev Trayner

noooooooo....don't say I made you feel dumb! i'll never be able to sleep again.

Joao Dias

bev, waiting breathlassly (ouch how badly writen is that?) to hear you learned to use your video :P

Rogerio, thats bev... she always provoques that efect on people... I myself am traumatized and on therapy ;)

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