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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 15096 4-Aug-2007 01:42
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Hello fellow geeks!

I am a female .NET web developer for FedEx here in Memphis, TN and just loving it.

My interests are programming, anything to do with being on the water (sailing, boating and soaking up some sun), reading and watching a good movie.

I'm glad to finally be a member and hope to have my own blog soon.

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  Reply # 81069 4-Aug-2007 07:46
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hello and welcome there!
so how did ya know about kiwiland! lotsa 'dudes' from the states think we are a sheep infested event horizon, where 4 or so million of those seem to have the belief that they were humans ;)

anyway nice to have you onboard, sorry to hear of the bridge disaster




Swype on iOS is detrimental to accurate typing. Apologies in advance.


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Reply # 81070 4-Aug-2007 08:43
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joker97: hello and welcome there!
so how did ya know about kiwiland! lotsa 'dudes' from the states think we are a sheep infested event horizon, where 4 or so million of those seem to have the belief that they were humans ;)



Or worse still part of Australia!!

And Welcome tcannon!

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Reply # 81078 4-Aug-2007 10:00
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Welcome to Geekzone! Don't mind the guys who think we have too many sheep (we have a lot) or part of Australia (we are not)... But make sure you fine tune your sense of humour - some fellow geeks here can be funny in certain ways.

Enjoy your stay, the team hopes you can learn and share with the community.





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  Reply # 81080 4-Aug-2007 10:29
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Welcome to Geekzone!

I used to be a FedEx employee too but in New Zealand:)  It is a great company and brand! 

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Reply # 81109 4-Aug-2007 15:50
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Welcome



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  Reply # 81390 7-Aug-2007 05:05
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Thanks all for the warm welcome! I can't wait to learn more about the site and hopefully contribute as well.Cool

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