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AIBO sites still up and running........

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by Toli » Thu Jul 05, 2007 1:01 pm

There are several AIBO sites still up and running The AIBO forum is still active and current.

http://www.aiboworld.tv/ 

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by jttar » Tue Jul 10, 2007 7:15 pm

Toli,

I just had to see what was posted to the lonely AIBO forum after almost a year with no activity.

Are you an AIBO owner or fan?

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by Toli » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:16 am

jttar,

I think that they are neat, but I don't own one. I was searching on the internet for something completely unrelated and came across that information. I was a little surprised to see that the AIBO forums were still active and current.

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by jttar » Thu Jul 12, 2007 7:05 pm

Toli,

With the size of your dogs the last thing you would need is a robotic one.

Actually, it would probably be fun to have an AIBO puppy just to see how your "big guy's" reacted to it.

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by Toli » Thu Jul 12, 2007 7:14 pm








On 2007-07-12 23:05, jttar wrote:

Actually, it would probably be fun to have an AIBO puppy just to see how your "big guy's" reacted to it.

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jttar,

It may be neat to play with, but I am not interested enough to spend the money that it would take to aquire an AIBO. I looked on ebaY to see how much they were going for, way too much to just have a chance to play with one. All it would take is one bite from Lance and that money would be as good as flushed down the drain. Anyway, I will always prefer a live dog to a robotic dog, no matter how much the technology advances.

I may better spend that money by buying something like a GPS unit. Actually, that is a purchase that I have been seriously considering, especially for those long trips.

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by jttar » Fri Jul 13, 2007 7:02 pm

Toli,

Although I do not own a GPS (yet), they are very cool. Several of my family members own one and recently I borrowed my brother Garvin GPS when I went to Lincolnshire, Illinois to visit a friend at their new house.
I was very impressed with how well it worked and how it re-calculated if I ignored it's recommended directions.
I agree, it is a better investment than an AIBO and there is less of a chance that Lance will be tempted to give it a taste.

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by Toli » Fri Jul 13, 2007 7:11 pm






On 2007-07-13 23:02, jttar wrote:

I agree, it is a better investment than an AIBO and there is less of a chance that Lance will be tempted to give it a taste.

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jttar,

How funny life is. I hadn't intended on buying one yet, byt this afternoon I ordered a GPS unit.

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by jttar » Sat Jul 14, 2007 5:59 pm

Toli,

I'm like you, once I get the "bug" to buy something I research it and waste no time in getting what I want (within reason of course).

Please let me know how you like your new GPS once you get it and have a chance to play with it.

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by Toli » Mon Jul 23, 2007 7:05 pm






On 2007-07-14 21:59, jttar wrote:

Please let me know how you like your new GPS once you get it and have a chance to play with it.

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jttar,

My GPS unit arrived today. It is an entry-level unit, but has the lastest GPS technolgy. I am not sure what else one would need it to do, it does alot. On the next trip that I take I know that I will be glad that I bought it. I made a few small trips this evening just to see how well it works, it's beautiful!

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by jttar » Wed Aug 01, 2007 7:06 pm

Toli,

Sorry for the delay in response, I always forget to check the AIBO section of the forum.

Glad to hear that your new GPS arrived safely and is working to your satisfaction. I really should get one for myself and it will probably happen when the impulse bug bites, much the same as yourself.

I wish you many years of trouble free navigation and if you ever get lost just remember to hit the "Home" button.

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