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Many of us already know that we cannot contact me through the internal messaging system of Meetup.com. In order to compensate for this, I have been providing the workaround of giving us my personal cell-phone number and email address. Please be respectful and considerate by using these only for things related to our group, but please do, INDEED, text me at[masked], or email me at [masked].
Please join the following video call...
I have tested this on Windows 10, Android, and iOS and it works fine. I have also tested it on Windows XP, and it does NOT work on Windows XP.
The first time you attempt to use it in Android or iOS, you will be redirected to Google Play, or The App Store, to download the FREE Google Meet app. You can do this ahead of time if you prefer.
If you find yourself at a dialogue box that is asking for a meeting code, it is that part of the link after "https∶∕∕meet.google.com/". That is, if the link is https∶∕∕meet.google.com/yyy-yyyy-yyy, it's the yyy-yyyy-yyy part.
Please also join the following Google Hangouts conversation...
I have successfully held a hybrid video call and in-person meeting with my Japanese group, so, I already know that this will work well.
Please meet me at Good Earth Cafe. Look for me and my "meetup.com" sign.
If you are a remote participant, then at the day and time indicated on this event, please join the following video call...
Please tell me early that you will participate. It will also be helpful if you tell me whether you will attend in person or on-line.
Please do not be a drop-in or a no-show. Please keep me in the know of what you intend to do. Please contact me by text message at[masked] if you cannot find us or you will not attend after all.
In fact, Friday, May 3rd is my birthday, but clearly this more than a month after that.
Nanta has 619 songs in Russian.
All the signs are on the second floor, so people often walk up and down 6th Street saying, "where the heck's the bar?" There is a door on the East side, to the left of Chinese Village. Open the door, and go up the stairs.
Global Celebration of the First Man in space on April 12,1961 Also in celebration of the launch of the first Space Shuttle on April 12, 1981
Come and join the party sponsored by the Calgary Space Workers Society.
Meet fellow space enthusiasts enjoy space visuals and a presentations
Yuri’s Night is a global celebration of humanity’s past, present, and future in space.
Yuri’s Night parties and events are held around the world every April in commemoration of Yuri Gagarin becoming the first human to venture into space on April 12, 1961
The first Space Shuttle on April 12, 1981 was followed by a total of 135 space missions and 14 astronauts killed
There were six space shuttles built between the late 70s and early 1990s. Their names are: Enterprise, Columbia, Challenger, Discovery, Atlantis and Endeavor.