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Old 13th February 2006, 10:10 AM   #1
RogueThunder is offline RogueThunder  United States
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Well hello... was seaching the net(mostly randomly) and all and found these forums... 3hrs latter i found myself registering XD

Kinda into fiddling with the kind of stuf alot of the diyers on this site fiddle with so figurd id join in, if eraticaly and rarely present...

Im a tech-lover stuck in northern california... by which i mean humboldt county... not the northern bay area... -.-

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Im very... odd... long story shortended waaay down.

Ya well i guess thats about it


(ps... to any mod that sees this, its kinda funny to have to check "have you searched" in the... introductions section... *laughs a bit...* what am i supposed to do, search for me having introduced myself? Ok i can maybe see that rarely happening with reeealy forgetfull people... though... shoudltn their post count be clue enough for them... er... right lol)
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Old 13th February 2006, 03:35 PM   #2
Cal Weldon is offline Cal Weldon  Canada
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Hi RT,

The reason you have to search in Introductions is that some people forget they have registered in their previous life and it's there to save them the embarassment of double double posting.

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