This post has nothing to do with LXer but..

Forum: LinuxTotal Replies: 33
Author Content
Scott_Ruecker

May 01, 2014
8:30 PM EST
This post has nothing to do with LXer but I wanted all my friends here to know..

I met someone, and to put it simply things have gone really, like really well. As in I am having Yvette move in with me in a couple months when the lease on her apartment is up. Oh and we will be tying the knot soon too. When we figure out what date we agree on I will let everyone know.

Like I said, this has nothing to do with LXer but I consider many of you my friends and I could not just let something like this go by without telling those I care about. Please forgive me for using LXer as a personal platform this once.

Regards, Scott
DrGeoffrey

May 01, 2014
8:34 PM EST
Congratulations!
the_doctor

May 01, 2014
8:45 PM EST
Ridcully

May 01, 2014
8:49 PM EST
I don't know how this got here (time and date), but the feeling is still the same. Wonderful news Scott......congratulations and best wishes from myself and Dot

Tony
JaseP

May 01, 2014
8:57 PM EST
Congrats...
Francy

May 01, 2014
9:05 PM EST
Congratulations!

I wish both of you a wonderful life together.

Francy
jdixon

May 02, 2014
5:15 AM EST
Congrats, Scott. I wish you both the best.
kikinovak

May 02, 2014
9:19 AM EST
Congratulations ! Life is more fun when you share it with someone you love.
tuxchick

May 02, 2014
10:11 AM EST
Congratulations, Scott! In honor of your happy news I will save the smartarse comments for later :) I wish you much happiness!
bob

May 02, 2014
10:21 AM EST
Outstanding, Scott! Best wishes to you both.
dinotrac

May 02, 2014
11:15 AM EST
Just to verify --

Human liveware?

Congratulations regardless!
Fettoosh

May 02, 2014
11:36 AM EST
Congratulations and best wishes.

Just make sure she doesn't take you away from Lxer. :-)

notbob

May 02, 2014
4:45 PM EST
Good'onya, mate. Best wishes.
BernardSwiss

May 02, 2014
4:57 PM EST
:-D
Scott_Ruecker

May 02, 2014
7:40 PM EST
Yes dino, human female liveware. And consensual even.. ;-)
theboomboomcars

May 02, 2014
10:43 PM EST
Congrats!
hitest

May 02, 2014
11:54 PM EST
Nice! Congrats, Scott:) I wish you well!
dinotrac

May 04, 2014
9:35 AM EST
Consensual!!

You, old man, have struck gold!
albinard

May 04, 2014
12:18 PM EST
Congratulations on your great good fortune! May your union last your whole lives!
gus3

May 04, 2014
3:29 PM EST
Ahead warp factor 9, Scotty!
Bob_Robertson

May 05, 2014
12:58 PM EST
I believe the correct term at this juncture is "SQUEEE!"
telanoc

May 05, 2014
1:00 PM EST
I should know better than to miss a day or three.

Congratulations, Scott and Yvette.
Steven_Rosenber

May 05, 2014
1:21 PM EST
Congratulations!!
BazBear

May 07, 2015
11:23 PM EST
My condolences errr...congratulations! Just kidding, good luck and my best wishes to you both,
seatex

May 08, 2015
7:52 AM EST
Congratulations Scott! and Yvette!

Cheers to your happy life together.
penguinist

May 08, 2015
8:01 AM EST
Um, BazBear, I think you resurrected a one year old thread.
seatex

May 08, 2015
8:04 AM EST
Oh yeah, I missed the date on the post.

Well, happy anniversary then!
number6x

May 08, 2015
10:52 AM EST
Congratulations!
Ridcully

May 08, 2015
5:12 PM EST
Sorry DrGeoffrey and cr.......I did post congrats in this spot (which of course is no longer blank)......but then realised that something is odd and deleted my original "congrats comment". The top part of this thread is dated "2014" and I had already posted a congrats statement right at the top under "the smiley cat" and began to wonder if this is a thread that has accidentally been put back onto LXer Latest Discussions.

It needs a response from Scott because I don't know now if this thread is real or a mistake.......or what. You'll find I have modified my top response as well.......
DrGeoffrey

May 08, 2015
7:50 PM EST
A man of few words...
cr

May 08, 2015
7:55 PM EST
Blank verse.
penguinist

May 08, 2015
9:18 PM EST
This accidentally "resurrected thread" reminds me of a time when I was working for a large company and one of the employees intended to send a retirement email to his colleagues in his local work group. By mistake he clicked on the group email address for ALL 100,000+ employees.

But what happened next is that a full 100 people REPLIED to that email each sending their chastisement with copies to the same 100,000+ employees. It took a full day before the email system settled back to normal, with all the replies to the replies.

This situation is a little different, since Scott's message was sent a year ago, but I wonder how long it will take before the responses dwindle.
jimbauwens

May 15, 2015
10:30 AM EST
Congratulations Scott :-)

(Well, this is embarrassing. Should learn to read before posting :D)
caitlyn

May 19, 2015
3:39 PM EST
Huge congratulations. I hope you two are very happy together.

You cannot post until you login.