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Topic # 31834 1-Apr-2009 11:04
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I have lurked this forum for a long time and decided today that I should join.
My interests --
Computers, started with a System 80, then to Colour Genie, C64, Amiga 500 and them to IBM compatables (is that what they called them?) commercial and home built. Currently using an NEC Versa M540 laptop with Mobile Broadband via Telecom T-Stick.

My other interest is Amateur Radio, Motorhoming, fishing and generally enjoying life.

Thanks for reading about me,

Ray

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Reply # 204641 1-Apr-2009 11:27
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Hi Ray, welcome to Geekzone!




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Reply # 204773 1-Apr-2009 19:26
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Welcome to Geekzone Ray - freshwater or sea fishing?



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Reply # 204787 1-Apr-2009 20:58
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Dratsab: Welcome to Geekzone Ray - freshwater or sea fishing?


Use to do both but currently sea fishing when I get time.

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