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(March 18—23, 2009)

Rommel Bundalian

Quirino Grandstand, Luneta Park

Wil Brugman

LAN Party

Scouting Maximilian Kolbe, Blerick, The Netherlands

March, 21, 2009, 16:00 local time

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This social gathering was organised by about 16 young people. They were able to use the Scouting building as their home for a day and to organise a LAN party. The main goal was to have fun and to talk about all kinds of subjects and of course to play computer games.

It is amazing how these youngsters use all kinds of hardware to run their games, i.e. a top-of-the-line system, while others use very old systems.

The ambiance was fantastic and next year there is to be another one.

Ongeveer 16 jongelui hielden een lanparty in het scoutinggebouw in Blerick. Iedereen die meedeed had zo goed en zo kwaad mogelijk zijn spullen aan elkaar geknoopt en een comfortabele plek uitgezocht. De netwerkverbinding ging naar de buren die zo vriendelijk waren om dit voor een dag aan hun te lenen. Het gaat natuurlijk om het spelen van games maar daarnaast is de sfeer net zo belangrijk. Iedere deelnemer heeft ervan genoten en ze kwalificeerden de sfeer als "fantastisch".
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RAW, 1/30s F6,7 ISO 1600,-- slightly denoised.

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