Who am I?
I am a member of the Cloud Appreciation Society.
I live at an undisclosed location.
I have two big hands and a heart pumping blood.
I would like to meet: living people.
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2007-12-17 12:03:37 Facebook told me that you're coming back. Awesome! I'm still planning on kidnapping your cat at some point. Or maybe (s?)he can be the official pet of our top secret underground admin lair...oops, have I said too much? (Nice contribution to the mailing list!) —RachelBlumenthal
2008-09-17 10:24:44 Hi, you have hereby ADOPTED your original Dublin, which is not otherwise linked to (;>}
I could not find any source for the content so I did not link it into any current history page. I did find a source for Dublin Ohio coming from Irish immigrants working on the Erie Canal See Google Books
2008-10-22 17:03:00 What's up Rob? —MattCastelein
2011-01-21 01:45:23 Having returned to RocWiki to do some additional editing as a Bucket List item during my last few months, I have found myself unfortunately again in dispute with PeteB as well as TippingPoint, your fellow Admins. Request you review The Chicken Coop/Talk for my response to their actions regarding my edits to that page and their positions regarding "ownership" of pages. —BradMandell
2015-02-12 05:55:33 dear RobertPolyn, we are two architecture graduates from Politecnico di Milano, Margherita Davoli and Eleonora Pasino. We recently graduated with a thesis on the "Abandoned mobility infrastructure inside the metropolis" with a focus on the case of the Petite Ceinture. We collected information around the world and produced an atlas with about 80 cases of abandoned infrastructures, such as railways, tunnels, metro stations etc. We are about to publish our work for a very small publishing house, and we would like to know it if would be possible to use one of your pictures, the one of the rochester abandoned subway. We of course will credit the pictures with your name, or with whatever you would like, both under the picture itself and in the end of the book.
Thank you for your time and help
Margherita Davoli and Eleonora Pasino —MargheritaDavoli