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oz_mark's 2,000th post??....sadly without a prize!!

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JohnK

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Lets try to guess when oz_mark makes his 2,000th post.

There is no prize offered at this stage.

Dates & Times are AEST. All entries close when oz_mark reaches 1,925 posts. He is currently on 1,803 posts.

Closest guess to actual post time will win - regardless of whether the guess is earlier or later than the posting time. Winner will have name engraved in Winner's Podium honour roll.

Good luck to all.
 

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No more bets please! Good luck to all!

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   JohnK           09/11/06 @  8:30pm (AEST)
   straitman       16/12/06 @ 12:00noon (AEST)
 

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JohnK said:
No more bets please! Good luck to all!

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   JohnK           09/11/06 @  8:30pm (AEST)
   straitman       16/12/06 @ 12:00noon (AEST)
JohnK,

16/11/06 was my guess. Was that a Freudian slip :?:
 

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Bill, maybe I know something you don't. :p

Sorry about the mistake! :oops:

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   JohnK           09/11/06 @  8:30pm (AEST)
   straitman       16/11/06 @ 12:00noon (AEST)
 

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JohnK said:
Bill, maybe I know something you don't. :p

Sorry about the mistake! :oops:

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   JohnK           09/11/06 @  8:30pm (AEST)
   straitman       16/11/06 @ 12:00noon (AEST)
All is forgiven :!:
 

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Congratulations on 2,000 posts oz_mark!

The winner of the guessing competition is straitman with the closest guess of 2 days after the 2,000th post!
 

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JohnK said:
Congratulations on 2,000 posts oz_mark!

The winner of the guessing competition is straitman with the closest guess of 2 days after the 2,000th post!
Thanks JohnK, although I had thought I had snuck past 2,000 without anyone noticing.
 

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oz_mark said:
Thanks JohnK, although I had thought I had snuck past 2,000 without anyone noticing.
Almost! I am only just starting to catch up after spending 4 days half way to Antarctica.
 

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JohnK said:
Almost! I am only just starting to catch up after spending 4 days half way to Antarctica.
I had noticed that you were more quiet than normal.

I understand that there were Antarctic conditions around Victoria today!
 

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oz_mark said:
I understand that there were Antarctic conditions around Victoria today!
Try Antarctic conditions the last few days a few hundred miles closer to Antarctica!
 

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Speaking of Antarctica, there are some icebergs drifting past the lower South Island east coast right now - first ones in over 60 years. Wonder if they'll be close enough to see on my flight on Saturday? Probably not especially as they are melting fast - were several kilometers long and 100m high a week ago and now only 500m long and 50m high.
 

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OT: SWP Weather this weekend!

Kiwi Flyer said:
Speaking of Antarctica, there are some icebergs drifting past the lower South Island east coast right now - first ones in over 60 years. Wonder if they'll be close enough to see on my flight on Saturday? Probably not especially as they are melting fast - were several kilometers long and 100m high a week ago and now only 500m long and 50m high.
Given that by Saturday, the Weather patterns that caused the Coldest Melbourne November day for 53 years would have moved on to TLOTLWC; I'm not sure much surface at all will be visibile from the air.

MetService.com:
Saturday:

North Island, rain, with possible heavy falls, easing to showers in the west, and briefly spreading to the east coast.South Island, heavy rain easing in the northeast, showers for most other places.
 
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