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Hello Arkians!  

Hope all is well on your side of the monitor.

I'm hearing buzz around these here Internetz about another Ning ultimatum coming down the road (early summer) and while I haven't yet gone too deep into what the options are yet, I wanted to first get a raise of hands as to who is still interested in keeping the Ark afloat.  

All I need is a YES in the comments below to let me know who's still in this.  

If I get roughly a dozen or so, I'll keep at it and will post an update next week (Spring Break!) about the plan as we move ahead (or not).

Your co-cap, Syd.

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Comment by Geoff on April 6, 2014 at 1:45pm

Yes.

(Also willing to pony up a few bucks.)

Comment by SydTheSkeptic on April 6, 2014 at 1:54pm

Hey Geoff.  No worries about the dues.  I just want to be sure the Ark's still relevant for Arkians.  I haven't been present much this past year, but I personally have opted out of platforms like Google+ and Facebook so the Ark and Vloggerheads are the only venues left where I feel I still have a connection to vlogger-folk I care for and admire.  

I take it for granted, though, and I wish I could say I was good at keeping those connections alive.  :o)

Comment by BlancheNoE on April 6, 2014 at 10:12pm

YES !.  ...but you knew that. 

I am also willing to send money to your paypal and just so you know, you're a constant and beloved  presence in my psyche. So that's 3 including you which means we only need 9 more. I'd love to stay and chat but I hafta' go open some sock accounts.

Comment by SydTheSkeptic on April 6, 2014 at 10:18pm

Blanchie, you had me at Yes.  

Hell, who 'my kidding. You had me before that.  ;o)

Comment by LtAdams2247 on April 7, 2014 at 11:20am

Fuck yes. I stand ready with financial support as well if you wanna rotate. I know, I know, I had you at Fuck ;-)

Comment by pendragon on April 7, 2014 at 12:38pm

Howdy SydTheSkeptic

Greetings from Not Europe

   Although I spend most of the time sitting on the prow staring at the sea it gives me comfort to know I can reach the rest of the crew should need arise because we have a vessel. When I’m in this crazy port it’s always nice to know that I have a home ship. So I guess that would be an unequivocal yes. Got to go now to report to the Captain that I see Chig & Lt. Adams2247 molesting the figurehead again. 

Comment by NatureJunkie on April 8, 2014 at 7:53pm

Oh hell yeah! And like the others, I'm also willing to pay dues.

(BTW, who is the co-cap?)

Comment by sillysillytom on April 9, 2014 at 7:20pm

Yes - need to keep track of you good folks

Comment by Marie on April 9, 2014 at 9:27pm

Looks like I crawled out from under my rock at a fortuitous moment. *dusts self off* I'm in!

Comment by Chig on April 9, 2014 at 11:12pm


In English  "Yes." (Sounds like "Yehss.")

In Spanish and Italian,  "Sí." (Sounds like "See.")

If French  "Oui" (Sounds like "We.")

In German, Dutch, Afrikaans, Swedish and Norwegian i"Ja" (Sounds like "Yah.")

In Danish and Faroese it  "Ja." (Sounds like "Yeah".)

In Portuguese and Cape-Verdean Creole "Sim" (Sounds like Sing)

In Hebrew(Yiddish) "Ken."

In Irish, "Sea". (Pronounced "Shah".)

In Esperanto  "Jes." (Sounds like "Yes.")

In Japanese  "Hai." (Sounds like "Hi.")

In Swahili  "Ndiyo." (Sounds like "nn-DEE-oh")

In Hindi and Urdu "Haa'n" or "Gee"

In Tagalog, "Oo."

In Mandarin  "是 [Shi]" (Sounds like "Shr.")

In Persian "Baleh" or "Areh."

In Arabic "Na'am"

In Armenian  a-yo

In Icelandic, "Já" (Pronounced "Yow.")

In Hindi, "Haan" (Pronounced "Haa.")

In Punjabi,  "Hanji" (Pronounced "Hanji.")

In Marathi,  "Ho" (Pronounced "Ho.")

In Jhduisim,  "hufi"

In Slovak,  "Áno"

In Czech, "Ano"

In Hungarian, "Igen"

In Russian,"Да "Da"

In Croatian, Bulgarian, and Romanian  "Da"

In Slovene, "Ja" (or "Da" in highly official situations)

In Turkish, "Evet" (Sounds like "ae-wet")

In Telugu,  "Avunu"

In Kannada,  ಹೌದು(How-du) / ಸರಿ (Suh-ri)

In Greek,  "Nai" (Sounds like "n-ae")

In Polish,  "tak" (tock)

In Lithuanian,  "Taip"


In Scots dialect, "Aye" (Sounds like 'eye')

In Scottish Gaidhlig,  "Tha" (sounds like "ha")

In Basque,  "Bai"

In Welsh, "Ydw" or "Oes" (Said "Uh-do" and "Oy-s")

In Gujarati,  "Haan"

In Luxembourg,  "Jo" (Sounds like Yoh)

In Finnish,  "Kyllä"

In Swedish it's "Ja" (Sounds like YA)

In Indonesian and Malaysian,  "Ya" (sounds like 'Yah')

In Romanian,  "Da"

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