The New Zealand Association of Agnostics

Re: The New Zealand Association of Agnostics

Postby naelh8 » Sat Feb 04, 2012 10:25 pm

Ok guys, now I'm in new zealand. wellington.
And... except my colleagues at work I know no-one.
Is there any wellington folk in the forum?
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Re: The New Zealand Association of Agnostics

Postby Bill » Sun Feb 05, 2012 8:24 am

Congratulations on surviving such an arduous trek!

We do get guests from all around the globe, but only a handful of us have registered in order to be able to make comments. I will contact you off-line to help you set up a Wellington based web-site that might get local people to contact you directly.

Incidentally - this offer is open to any member who is toying with the idea of trying to set up a Chapter.
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Re: The New Zealand Association of Agnostics

Postby romansh » Sun Feb 05, 2012 6:15 pm

naelh8 wrote:Ok guys, now I'm in new zealand. wellington.
And... except my colleagues at work I know no-one.
Is there any wellington folk in the forum?

Hey - you made it - how's the summer - is it raining?

Jonathon I believe is the only other Kiwi here, but he's an infrquent visitor.
This is his blog - he may have left a clue there to his location.
http://spritzophrenia.wordpress.com
Have fun down under - well if you see what I mean

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Re: The New Zealand Association of Agnostics

Postby naelh8 » Sun Feb 05, 2012 9:44 pm

Bill wrote:Congratulations on surviving such an arduous trek!

We do get guests from all around the globe, but only a handful of us have registered in order to be able to make comments. I will contact you off-line to help you set up a Wellington based web-site that might get local people to contact you directly.

Incidentally - this offer is open to any member who is toying with the idea of trying to set up a Chapter.

Well, I have idea what is the meaning of set up a Chapter.
From the "English" point of view.
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Re: The New Zealand Association of Agnostics

Postby Ayn Marx » Tue Dec 25, 2012 3:52 pm

Carol wrote:
naelh8 wrote:Lol, ok, bye was just to close the message, not to say farewell to all of you.

I do not know If I'm interested in starting a chapter. Actually I do not even know what it means.
Anyway, my life now is amazing complex since I have to prepare everything I have, and everything I am, for moving in the exact other part of the globe.



Yes, that is a HUGE move!

Best Wishes to you....moving is never an easy task. :D

So, you've mastered the science of time travel according to the date assigned to your post which on my server is given as Mon Feb 06, 2013 3:44 pm
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