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lod 28th January 2002 09:10 AM

apologies
 
I thought I would start with the apologies.
I'm sorry.

I don't know what for, I'll let you know later.
Now that is out of the way.

Hello

I'll drop by here a few times in the future I suspect. I'm going to lead off by asking a few dumb questions (is this no flame thing really as dull as it sounds?) and see where I go from there.



(dumb questions will be put elsewhere)

Sawzall 29th January 2002 07:41 PM

No flame?
 
Naw, its not dull - there are some pretty spirited debates, but as long as it does not turn personal, everyone is cool. No trolling either... which thankfully is not a real problem (that I can tell). Although, given the heartfelt opinions of some (me included), it would be shooting fish in a barrel.

griff 29th January 2002 09:19 PM

Hey Lod, welcome!

Youve taken the first step into DIYing, congrates. Although some debates do on occasions get heated, we always have jason to referee (hehehe), and the problem always gets solved in the end.

Helix 29th January 2002 10:34 PM

sometimes it isn't solved, we just agree to disagree:rolleyes:

paulb 30th January 2002 12:05 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Helix
sometimes it isn't solved, we just agree to disagree:rolleyes:
...and rejoice in our differences.

blmn 30th January 2002 12:14 AM

By the way, how could be interesting this forum without these differences?

Welcome

Helix 30th January 2002 12:58 AM

and differences, make up the spice of life :)
(just because some of us like to listen to music with 12 dancing shiva's)


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