Today's meet and greet known as the Gathering drew another crowd to the Great Canadian Grid Cabin region. The get together, which does not follow a set format like a meeting, is an opportunity for GCG members and hypergridders to hang out and talk or text about the issues of the day.
Today we talked about audio books, griefers, viewer tech, OpenSim development and the gray hairs on someone's butt. A lot of the conversation is voice but we did manage to catch a few quotes in local chat that summarize today's gathering. The Gathering had approximately twenty people in attendance including Roddie Macchi (grid owner), Winter and Maxwell (GCG Pulse), cookie cresci (GCG Support), and many others. Thanks to everyone for coming out today for the two and a half hour chat session.
Shawnesy: books better then movies always
Tigerkitti: I don't mind MadJack but yeah, is rootbeer alcohol real beer?
Maxwell: girls no fighting for me
Anna: i won't fight a vampire :)
Tigerkitti: Never say "bite me" to a vampire
Tigerkitti looks down. "ummm I don't have the parts to be BatMAN"
Anna: Not everyone can buy a cheeseburger every other day :)
Sorrell: love McDonald's dollar menu myself
Tigerkitti: OH Roddie, wanna take that beer out of my fist?
Winter: Leisure Suit Winter! :D
Winter: ADOPT A GRIEFER
Lynnestra pats Kotu on the head.
Winter: if you want to kill off some community leaders and take over GCG... now's the time
Sorrell: and the kangaroos bit the dust
Winter: not the God not the God <whacks your head>
Anna: Roddie only offer to dye your butt hair..lol
The next Gathering will be held on Sunday, April 2, 2017 at 9:00 am at the GCG Cabin region HOWEVER GCG Staff members please note that the GCG Staff meeting will be held at 10:00 am on another region. Hopefully you can make it to both gatherings. All times are in GCG/PDT format.
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