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Posted by: Julian Dec 1 2008, 03:06 AM
I'd just like to say "Hello!" to all ye great Aericans!
I, for one, am excited about a forum.
I never really respond to the e-mails, and don't read some of them, because the conversation gets a little confusing, what with every message ending up in my in box. Sometimes two people will respond to one e-mail, and then two different people will respond to each of their e-mails, and it generally mixes me up a bit.
Here, where I can go to a focused thread, I think communication will be much easier! smile.gif

Posted by: robert B Dec 1 2008, 11:02 PM
I agree i have used forums like this before and i like them more

Posted by: Ellimistd Dec 2 2008, 09:00 PM
yeah, that yahoo group stuff really confused me - thats why I made these. I mean, im probably just biased having never used a group before, but this seems easier. Just so long as we can get enough active members, that is.

Posted by: Saint Dec 3 2008, 01:38 AM
All makes sense to me. Hello from a (fairly new) citizen.

Posted by: robert B Dec 3 2008, 02:56 AM
wheee im gonna post until i have over 50% of the posts hahahaha.... sorry lost it for a second there

Posted by: RoyalCook Dec 3 2008, 11:55 AM
Hello, everyone!!

I have been absent for some months thanks to a brief layoff, intense job hunt, and demanding new job.

At this time, I am in a hotel somewhere in the Southern US, travelling on business. Having awakened 2 hours before the alarm is set, I find I have loads of free time to try catching up on my much neglected social duties. Do not, however, take this as a sign that I will suddenly become the overactive social butterfly I once was (see "demanding job", above). tongue.gif

All in all, though, it has been a good move.

Now, does anyone know someone who wants to by a cozy 3 bedroom cottage in a ridiculously small town (population <100) in rural Arkansas??? My buyer was pre-approved for twice our asking price (yes, I mean approved, not qualified), but her loan was turned down at the last minute. My 110 mile daily commute is starting to irritate me.

Me Myself
o.k.a. Denise J Evans, Proud Citizen of the Aerican Empire
Scribe of the Receipts Sublime
Drinker of the First Order of Harvey Wallbanger
Cook of the Second Order of Scorched Giblets
Sewer of Damt That's the Wrong Bit, AGAIN!
Gardener to the Royal Expecting the Least Yield, His Beneficent Majesty King Michael I

Posted by: seco Dec 3 2008, 01:10 PM
Hello Aerica wherever you are!

Posted by: Julian Dec 3 2008, 10:31 PM
QUOTE (RoyalCook @ Dec 3 2008, 11:55 AM)
Hello, everyone!!

I have been absent for some months thanks to a brief layoff, intense job hunt, and demanding new job.

At this time, I am in a hotel somewhere in the Southern US, travelling on business. Having awakened 2 hours before the alarm is set, I find I have loads of free time to try catching up on my much neglected social duties. Do not, however, take this as a sign that I will suddenly become the overactive social butterfly I once was (see "demanding job", above). tongue.gif

All in all, though, it has been a good move.

Now, does anyone know someone who wants to by a cozy 3 bedroom cottage in a ridiculously small town (population <100) in rural Arkansas??? My buyer was pre-approved for twice our asking price (yes, I mean approved, not qualified), but her loan was turned down at the last minute. My 110 mile daily commute is starting to irritate me.

Me Myself
o.k.a. Denise J Evans, Proud Citizen of the Aerican Empire
Scribe of the Receipts Sublime
Drinker of the First Order of Harvey Wallbanger
Cook of the Second Order of Scorched Giblets
Sewer of Damt That's the Wrong Bit, AGAIN!
Gardener to the Royal Expecting the Least Yield, His Beneficent Majesty King Michael I

Ouch. 110M a day?
Is that one way, or round trip?

And, might I ask, what do you work as? tongue.gif

Posted by: Wolfe Dec 27 2008, 01:32 AM
QUOTE (robert B @ Dec 1 2008, 11:02 PM)
I agree i have used forums like this before and i like them more

I do think forums like this make communication very easy, unless two people post at the same time and a post is before one in which it should be after, and it's all confusing as to what people are talking about, but luckily this rarely ever happens.

Posted by: Ellimistd Dec 28 2008, 08:34 PM
that is true, but the email list system had the same problem I think.

of course, given that only about 4 people max use these forums, they're not particularly effective either.

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