The Newbie Introduction Thread

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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby DAWnofthedeadheads » 05 Sep 2015, 06:40

Another Dave arrives here from the depths of the same fiery crevices as the other. I'd figured at the time of joining that I'd pop in here every so often to see Rayge's photography, but I'm sure to be around to ask something stupid or maybe give somebody some SAS (if you visit reddit, you'll know) fodder.

Otherwise, this n00b needs help with the avatar. That's about it.
Sorry, I must have left the portable CT scanner in my other pair of pants.

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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby Loki » 05 Sep 2015, 09:27

Hey, Davy. :)


I've had trouble with my avatar too. One of the admins will sort it for you - they're usually pretty good like that.


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And don't pick something creepy, you. ;)
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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby DAWnofthedeadheads » 05 Sep 2015, 09:43

You just wait... it'll scare the pants off the whole group.
Sorry, I must have left the portable CT scanner in my other pair of pants.

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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby jl » 30 Sep 2015, 01:14

yo.

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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby Nolamike » 30 Sep 2015, 14:21

Howdy, Snout! Welcome to the board!
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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby jl » 30 Sep 2015, 14:40

Howdy.

I know Rayge and Darkness Fish from other places and I like Tangerine Dream.

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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby Rayge » 30 Sep 2015, 14:45

Hi, JL. Algroth, pcqgod, young Dave (DAWnoftheDeadheads) and steff (Loki) are here, too.
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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby soundchaser » 30 Sep 2015, 15:49

snout wrote:Howdy.

I know Rayge and Darkness Fish from other places and I like Tangerine Dream.


Hi. There's a few of us into Tangerine Dream, but some more than others.

Prog Corner should be of use to you.

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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby Loki » 30 Sep 2015, 16:45

JL......?
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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby jl » 30 Sep 2015, 17:04

I was Jayel on the refuge board years ago.

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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby Loki » 02 Oct 2015, 00:34

Oh OK, well nice to see you here. :)


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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby Jake T » 11 Oct 2015, 23:24

How do you do?

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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby souphound » 14 Oct 2015, 14:34

Jake T wrote:How do you do?



Has nobody officially welcomed you to the board Jake T? Well, let me be the first. Welcome indeed.
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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby Jake T » 14 Oct 2015, 23:45

Thanks souphound.

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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby Loki » 15 Oct 2015, 03:53

WOPR wrote:Hello....

My name's Emile (French male name).... an old agnostic minimalist Druid, artist and tinkerer.


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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby Loki » 15 Oct 2015, 03:58

Jake T wrote:How do you do?


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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby Jake T » 17 Oct 2015, 20:34

Thanks Loki.

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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby driftin » 26 Oct 2015, 20:35

Hi I'm Rob, also known as driftin. This isn't a new account but more of a reintroduction.

I was the admin of the Refuge board where several of you came from and after that placed died down everyone seemed to go their own way. I was then told by Rayge that this was the place to be and after trying to create a new account I suddenly remembered what my old password was.

I'll be sure to stick around this time.

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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby Rayge » 27 Oct 2015, 15:59

Great to see you Robbie. Another fine recruit to the Beatles-Schmeatles cell.
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Re: The Newbie Introduction Thread

Postby Jimbo » 02 Nov 2015, 07:02

Glad to have you Driftin.
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