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Topic # 13773 28-May-2007 17:31
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So been keeping my eyes on these forums for the past few weeks and been getting right into some of the debates in some of the more specified forums.

Probably a good thing I havent registered until now due to a clash of interest with my place of emplyment and many of the threads that have got me heated.  (Obviously saying that I should probably mention that I currently work for Vodafone, please dont hold that against me)
Its definatly been interesting, however don't expect me to partake in those threads.

Thought I would say hi, and give a brief introduction.

Live in Auckland, 22 male, brown hair, 6 foot, and devilushly handsome.

Whats the general code of conduct on these forums?  Most others I tend to go on recieve a bit of noob bashing for the first few weeks as a general hazing.

Dont worry about the hazing, Ill haze right back if it comes.

Reside mainly on a dance music site called Nzrave, as my passion for the last 5 or 6 years has been within the dance music scene, but my background roots are more inline with a geekzone site.

Anyway, enough about me.  Lets talk about you.

Kiaora, G'day, Welcome.

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