[Coco] fest housing?
rod.barnhart at gmail.com
Fri Jul 23 16:19:41 EDT 2004
On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 16:19:11 -0400, jdaggett at gate.net <jdaggett at gate.net> wrote:
> I can relate to the phobia of ladders. I don't mind climbing and the
> fall does not bother me. It is that sudden stop after falling that has
> me the most worried.
> On 23 Jul 2004 at 15:04, James Dessart wrote:
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> From: James Dessart <james at skwirl.ca>
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> > I would really like to go to the fest next year, but my budget is
> > likely to be constrained. Is there someone in the Chicago area who's
> > willing to put me up for the duration of the fest, in exchange for
> > some sort of professional services?
> > I'm a software developer, and know assembly, as well as C, and have
> > experience with teaching. I can provide lessons in programming, if
> > that's what you want. I'm also not averse to manual labour, if need
> > be. :) However, I have a really bad phobia of ladders...
> > James
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I'm probably the only person in the world who is terrified of heights,
but certified to climb (and rescue someone from) communications towers
<G> I've personally only climbed to about 185 feet, but it was during
a cold, windy, Ohio winter day.
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