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2009 WA VCA Holiday Party

Discussion in 'Washington State' started by SmokinViperGTS, Oct 13, 2009.

  1. SmokinViperGTS

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    Here is the official announcement for the 2009 Washington VCA Holiday Party!
    Saturday, Nov. 14th, 6:00pm to 11:00pm, at Russell's Restaurant in Bothell.

    • Tickets are available at an early-bird discount through our on-line web store, and can be purchased at the door (if any are left).
    • You must be a VCA member to purchase tickets, and only members and their guests can attend.
    • Tickets are limited to the first 50 sold, so hurry and get yours before they're gone!
    • Details are in the attached image.
    Come on out, and join your club in celebrating the end of a difficult year. See you there!

    Steve
     

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  2. PacificSEASnake

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    I can't buy tickets online. Is there something wrong with the webstore? Every time I click "add to cart", it gives me a message to enable cookies. (and incorrectly says this setting is on the security tab, not the privacy tab). My settings are correct.

    :dunno::dunno::dunno::dunno::dunno:
     
  3. PacificSEASnake

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    I also just tried the "contact us" from the store website, and am directed to the same cookie page. I have eaten a bunch of cookies recently - is it my fault? :lmao:
     
  4. SmokinViperGTS

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    Charlie,

    I'm sure it's "user error" somehow. Too many cookies make for fat fingers. :lmao:

    Seriously, though, I can't replicate the error, but I'll bring it up with the provider and see what they can tell us. Stay tuned...

    Steve
     
  5. Richard Koch

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    I just finished buying 2 tickets and it worked perfectly. If anyone is going to have trouble with these dang newfangled computers it usually is me.

    See you there.
     
  6. Y2K10 SRT#39

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    Hmmm- I did not have any problem wiht it, but that's probably because I sent in a check!
    I'm worse than Richard with those things!

    PBR
     
  7. C-Note

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    You are showing your age old boy!!
     
  8. PacificSEASnake

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    I guess 5 year old browsers aren't necessarily supported. I used Firefox and everything is fine now. :2tu:

    Paul, you have well over 1,000 posts on this site and still have to send in a check? :dunno: You must be driving your car a lot more than I thought. :omg: All I have to do to show my age is remove my hat.:lmao: 20 years with one flick of the wrist.:rolleyes:
     
  9. SmokinViperGTS

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    Hmmmm.....I thought of that, and asked that very question. They replied that it should be working, even with that old browser. I'm not surprised, though, that that was the problem. 5 years is two generations with computer stuff!

    Thanks for updating us!
     
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    Get a Mac ...
     
  11. C-Note

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    Yeah, because Safari is such a great browser:rolleyes:
     
  12. Y2K10 SRT#39

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    Well....ya know what? They cashed it!!
    No fuss..no hastle....

    PBR
     
  13. PacificSEASnake

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    I'm pretty sure I was hassling you.

    Or, is that hastling? :D
     
  14. PacificSEASnake

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    Had a Mac a few weeks ago - they just don't agree with me. Although, they are better than a Quarter Pounder.
     
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    Come on, be nice to the old guy!:lmao:
     
  16. snnseatl

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    Maybe he invented a new word...could be a hostile hassle is a hastle??
     
  17. PacificSEASnake

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    I try to be nice, I just can't.:lmao:
    You forget the birthday thread. Yellow moves so slowly, you travel backwards in time. Paul is younger than most here. That copperhead must be making you soft.:rolaugh:
     
  18. PacificSEASnake

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    Are you calling me hostile? :omg:
     
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    IIs someone calling paul a Hottie!:D
     
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    I noticed on the party announcement that there would be a white elephant gift exchange. Is it a real white elephant which can be whimsical, or is it a useful item?

    Hope to see you all there.
     
  21. SmokinViperGTS

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    I think that's up to you. My guess is that many gifts will in some way reflect the giver's personality. :D

    The only rules are to please keep it around $20, and mark it Guy or Gal, for it's intended audience.

    Keeping in mind what a great mechanic I am, I thought maybe I'd bring a screwdriver....or possibly a hammer. :smirk:

    Come to think of it, is that an white elephant, or a useful item? :dunno:

    :lmao:
     
  22. PacificSEASnake

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    Good gracious - I didn't see that mentioned anywhere!

    But, if so, it must be the moustache.:lmao:
     
  23. PacificSEASnake

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    Uuuhhh.. Steve? Probably best to stay away from working on the Viper with a hammer. :nono:

    just sayin'...
     
  24. snnseatl

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    Unless you mark it as a girl gift that is!
     
  25. Y2K10 SRT#39

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    You guys and gal are having way too much fun. I must be under 25 years old now!
    There are spellings to words I learned as I grew up back east. They do stuff a different way back there, and now and again I slip up and use some of them words.

    The white elephant stuff.....If I did not buy it and I bring it as a gift.....can I say it was under $20? It is something I ended up with from a few holiday parties ago.....some of you MIGHT remember it.....it was the year I learned to walk slow to get the good stuff...and then the bell would ring! (PM me if you remember what it is....) When you see it- I know you will want it!!!!!

    :drive:
    PBR
     
  26. SmokinViperGTS

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    Hmmm....sounds to ME like you paid less than $20 (0 < 20). It must be OK!

    Johnny Cochran
    "If the glove does not fit, you must aquit!"
     
  27. PacificSEASnake

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    The year you learned to walk slow, Paul - was that in 2005 perhaps? :slomo: Possibly coinciding with the the purchase of a YELLOW car? :smirk:
     
  28. snnseatl

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    Ouch! Now that one hurt!
     
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    He just does not miss a chance does he? One of these days.......:nono:
    PBR
     
  30. snnseatl

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    I think we all ought to wrap our presents in yellow paper this year to make it up to Paul for all the teasing!
     

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