> > > Actually in all honesty I'll tell you how bad London is, two of my brother's
> > > kids moved to Winnipeg!! ;-)
> > No way really??? Or did they work for Great West Life & simply get
> > to the head office in Winnipeg? :)
> Winnipeg is quite a cultural hub I hear.
> One is a graphics designer and the other a sculptor.
That is true. Winnipeg's biggest tourist draw happens to be Folklorama. This past weekend I went to our company's annual picnic. We brought a soccer ball to pass a bit of the time & a few kids wanted to play with us. These kids were white, Filipino, & east Indian (or another nearby country). And when us adults played earlier, some of those not born in Winnipeg were from places like Bulgaria, Paraguay, England, Italy, & China, not to mention that there was a french guy & possibly a Portuguese guy too, among others. Maybe next year if 1 of us crunches real extra-terrestrial data, we'll include a few Andromedans or something!
> I imagine Winnipeg wins the battle of the trees, while there are still trees in
> London "The Forest City" has expanded and in the process failed to maintain a
> balance of vegetation vs. big box stores and new subdivisions.
Well the subdivisions here all have trees but they are as new as the houses (but not as big as the houses - read little - as you can logically expect).
> Now back on-topic before the moderator gets me ;-)
> My Seti cruncher 3528722 is going to reach 1,000,000 credits on June 8th or
> thereabouts. That one started life with the AMD64 X2 4200+ on July 7th, 2007
> and has since been upgraded to the Q6600.
I'd have to get myself first - I started this off-topic thing LOL.
Sure didn't take long for it to reach its 1st million!