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Old 03-21-2008
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I love the introduce yourself subforum

So are you purposely not allowing folks to post in there As in we don't care about you introducing yourself, just get on with relevant questions? I am not bitching, at all, I just thought it was funny

I assume you guys don't notice being admins, but I did not see any way to post in it. I just wanted to be the first to do so, did not really have anything to say so in a way I was relieved to have all that pressure taken off of me

Anyway, just thought I would let you know

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There's an "Introduce Yourself" sub-forum?????

Oh .. duh I see it. It's totally new. Probably some bugs still...

Welcome aboard and consider yourself introduced....
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Usually folks use the 'sailnet members from around the world check in' thread to say howdy.
Who knows. SailDog will shortly post here with a link to the FAQ for sailnet so I won't steal his thunder
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Guess the Admin has the hatchboards firmly locked - I can't get in either.
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Hey but you introduced here so welcome. If you read a number of posts you'll find there is no pressure, people just post whatever comes to mind. Frightening sometimes!
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OK ...so Im late with this...HI All....
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sorry about that, please try the forum now

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