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Toa? - rich77 - 11-14-2006 05:44 PM
Hello, my name's Richard and I've came across your forum on Google hoping someone here could help me with something. A few days ago while i was at work I overheard two of my colleagues talking about some secret temple called the TOA. Has anyone ever heard of this? I know you hear a lot of crap being said day by day that doesn't really mean anything (especially if you work in a call centre like me!) but these guys were acting real strange, and when I asked what they were talking about, really polite like I am, they both made excuses and disappeared upstairs. Please if anyone can help with this or knows what TOA means I'd really appreciate it if you could enlighten me.
Thank you for your time,
Toa? - Beerdwarf - 11-15-2006 12:36 AM
Are you sure it wasnt OTO (ordo Templi Orientis)?
Toa? - diinero - 11-15-2006 10:28 AM
table of allowance An equipment allowance document that prescribes basic allowances of
organizational equipment, and provides the control to develop, revise, or change equipment
authorization inventory data. Also called TOA.
temple of ages :err:
Temple Owner's Association:err:
Toa? - SerialExpLain - 11-15-2006 12:40 PM
ToA - Land of Atum - Dark Ages of Camelot - Trials of Atlantis (game??). Lots of temples there.
Toa? - rich77 - 11-15-2006 04:37 PM
Hello again, thank you for taking the time to respond to my post:)A couple of questions have been raised so I'll try to answer them ..
Beerdwarf: It definitely wasn't OTO, it was TOA.
Diinero: I think possibly it's Temple of something . . . if that's right and we can find out what the 'A' stands for then I'll have the answer to my question:)
SerialExplain: I'm 99.9% sure these guys weren't talking about an online game. One of the gents in question was talking about borrowing "money from the temple" (his exact words) and the other said something along the lines of "I'll be an adept by the end of the month" which is where I was sure they was talking about a society of some sort. (I thought maybe they were both Mormons till I heard the acronym TOA used). Other phrases I picked out "going to the temple tonight" and most curiously "take the test and you'll find out". There seemed to be a bit of competition or rivalry between the two. The gent who said "take the test and you'll find out" is slightly younger than 25 I think. The other fellow is about 40, but the 25 year old seemed to be mocking the 40 year old for some lack of knowledge on a particular subject, which is when he was told to take the test if he wanted to find out.
I hope this helps:)
PS. I/we work near Newcastle-upon-Tyne if that's of any help narrowing this TOA down?
Toa? - Beerdwarf - 11-15-2006 08:35 PM
AAh, Geordie land!
If they are from Newcastle they might have been referring to Tyne and Wear - Ive heard it sound like that before (with the local accent) ..just a thought
Toa? - tsoldrin - 11-15-2006 09:05 PM
This better not be some viral marketing campaign.
Toa? - stillsearching - 11-15-2006 10:24 PM
Quote:This better not be some viral marketing campaign.:laugh: :yuck: :laugh: