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      • 15. Re: So How did you find it?
        Texiwill Guru
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        Hello,

         

        Any of our highways would be considered six lanes across given the M roads in the UK are so narrow and there are not many of them. Now your surface streets are what we consider single lane one way streets.....

         


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        • 16. Re: So How did you find it?
          TomHowarth Guru
          vExpertUser Moderators

           

          your roads are that wide bacause

           

           

          a: you can't drive

           

           

          b: it reduces the amount of accidents because you are so far apart when overtaking LOL

           

           

          c: the turning circles on your cars are so bad that even with 6 lanes you need to do three points turns.

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

          Tom Howarth

          VMware Communities User Moderator

           

           

          • 17. Re: So How did you find it?
            khughes Virtuoso

            Not everyone drives tiny toy cars like you Tom, all polite and proper.  Oh and for all the non-"english" viewers that need a translation, turning circle = turning radius

             

             

             

             

            • Kyle

             

            • 18. Re: So How did you find it?
              TomHowarth Guru
              User ModeratorsvExpert

              No Kyle you are right, I do indeed drive a toy car, it is only a 5 series BMW.   and "Turning Radius"  is that to try and fool you all into thinking that you cars can really turn corners, what with a Radius being Half the size of a Diameter

               

               

               

               

              Tom Howarth

              VMware Communities User Moderator

              • 19. Re: So How did you find it?
                khughes Virtuoso

                 

                No need to brag about your cooler toy car I just assumed all you golly gents drive little mini's because that's what they show on TV  

                 

                See you figured out the American car industry, they say radius to make our cars look better on paper, when your cars do full circles.  At least something you guys got right...

                 

                 

                • Kyle

                 

                 

                • 20. Re: So How did you find it?
                  JDLangdon Master
                  sbeaver wrote:

                  My feet are still killing me but it was great to see everyone this week.  What a great group of people we have from the forums!!  

                   

                  The problem with your feet is all the weight you were carrying.  That knapsack must have weighed a ton.

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                  • 21. Re: So How did you find it?
                    esiebert7625 Guru
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                    I wasn't carrying anything and my feet where killing me Tuesday, I was walking the floor all day as part of the award judging. Comfortable shoes are definitely more important then weight.

                     

                     

                     

                     

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                    • 22. Re: So How did you find it?
                      Texiwill Guru
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                      Hello,

                       

                      Do not remind me of how old and full of aches and pains I am getting....

                       


                      Best regards,

                      Edward L. Haletky

                      VMware Communities User Moderator

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                      Author of the book 'VMWare ESX Server in the Enterprise: Planning and Securing Virtualization Servers', Copyright 2008 Pearson Education.

                      CIO Virtualization Blog: http://www.cio.com/blog/index/topic/168354

                      As well as the Virtualization Wiki at http://www.astroarch.com/wiki/index.php/Virtualization

                      • 23. Re: So How did you find it?
                        JDLangdon Master

                         

                        Here's how I found it:

                         

                        1. Comfortable cloths and shoes are a must.  Dress pants and shirts are highly over rated.

                        2. Instructor-lead labs are hgihly over rated, especially the security lab.

                        3. You don't need to attend every session.  Pick 2-3 a day that really interest you and leave it at that.  Also, try to avoid back-to-back sessions.

                        4. The meals are not as bad as some people made them out to be.

                        5. Swag is not free.  Just look at my inbox!

                        6. The VMworld party, was NOT the party of the year.

                        7. If you see something at the VMware store that you like, buy it, as it won't be there later. (Should have bought Mike's SRM book when I had the chance)

                        8. Vegas is hotter then I expected

                        9. If you breath deeply, he Venetian's perfumey smell can make you free high after about 7 hours.

                        10. Our VMTN Experts are a really nice bunch of guys, even the little english fellow.

                        Jason

                         

                         

                         

                         

                         

                         

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                        • 24. Re: So How did you find it?
                          TomHowarth Guru
                          vExpertUser Moderators

                          surely you mean especially that nice English fellow

                           

                           

                           

                           

                          Tom Howarth

                          VMware Communities User Moderator

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