Ok.. board stuff

Ok, I just ran through the board real quick and here's simplified view:

c->w 613.47
s->w 170.52
C->M 525.75
c->s 353.1
m->w 106.11
S->M 70.41

This goes through the board proggy and we get this:

c->m 490.05
c->w 890.10
c->s 112.17

I'd appreciate it if someone else could also run through it to make sure I got it right.

FYI, I'm up in Yellowstone now.. going to be here for a week or so.. so no broadband :( and no cell phone :(

Posted by matt on 8/21/03 at 6:12PM



Oh.. Matt... no cell phone? How are you going to survive? Do we need to schedule some psychiatric help for you when you get back?

Posted by brian on 8/22/03 at 5:10PM

So, umm,

Is anyone going to check these numbers or are we accepting them as gospel? :)

Posted by matt on 8/24/03 at 6:15PM

Looks good.

My check, based on the numbers on the board (I added the last water bill) worked as follows:

Bills: .75*755 = 566.25
+(1400/4)=350 rent = 916.25
+80 from Chris & Sean

Bills: 416.57/4 = 104.15
+2 to matt

Total: approx. 890.10

So mine works, at least. The other stuff on the board owed me (from others than S/M/C) I'm willing to just forget. Merry XMas, Happy Birthday, etc. to Jeff & Bryce. ^_^

Posted by martin on 8/25/03 at 3:59PM

Thanks, Santa!


Posted by bryce on 8/25/03 at 4:43PM


You mixed up the last three letters, there...

Posted by martin on 8/26/03 at 8:24AM


What's Satna mean? Oooh... you mean Saant.

Posted by bryce on 8/26/03 at 12:10PM

Saant, of course.

All hail the great Saant!

Satna. *snorts* Don't be silly.

Posted by martin on 8/26/03 at 12:46PM

not sanat?

I thought you meant sanat... like a lazy southerner might say "Sonata"....

Posted by brian on 8/26/03 at 2:02PM


Brian, you find me a southerner who'se discusing sonatas, and I'll show you a Californian on the lamb.

Waitaminut, did I just insult my own heritage?

Posted by martin on 8/26/03 at 3:51PM


For those who don't know, "Who'se" is pronounced like the "Jose" in "San Jose." It means, "Hey, look at me, I'm removing one letter and replacing it with one punctuation mark, but that's not futile enough, so I'm going to ADD letters while I'm at it! We're really saving time now!"

Posted by martin on 8/26/03 at 3:53PM


these are all hypothetical southerners, oh great Saatn.

Now, other than the original and Martin's intended transposition, I think we've covered all permutations.

Posted by brian on 8/26/03 at 4:04PM

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