Just saying hello

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Something_Else, Apr 15, 2005.

  1. Something_Else

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    Gotta admit that this board is addictive.

    It has a bizarre confluence of class & crass that makes you think, "Did I just read that?!" or "That's an unusual, yet effective, way of handling that situation".

    I have been reading posts on this board mostly; and only recently signed up.

    So I can add a post or two B)

    anyway, that's it for now.
     
  2. PLANK

    PLANK New Member

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    Welcome. It's a great place to hang out!
     
  3. Ineligible

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    Hi, Only1, welcome! I have to agree with you that the board is addictive. Lots of interesting people, and always room for another one!
     
  4. steve319

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    Glad to have you joining the conversation. Enjoy your stay!
     
  5. budday

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    You are clearly here for all the wrong reasons. Group dynamics? PAH!

    But then... aren't we all here for the wrong reasons? Enjoy your stay comerade! Cheers!
     
  6. madame_zora

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    Come on in, wipe your feet, and make yourself at home!
     
  7. Imported

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    hung_big: Welcome bud!

    Like Zora said, don't be a stranger; come in, make yourself feel at home and enjoy the stay.

    Chris
     
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