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Topic # 8897 6-Aug-2006 12:09
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Thanks for that! Your location is now being targeted and traced for cash retrieval. But before I do this, you deserve to hear the truth. My name is Erin Bronkivich, and this is my story. Feel free to start taking down notes.[/Joke over.]

Hi peoples!

my name is Chirs, and I'm in this forum because I either a) missed my train, stranded at a netcafé for the next 45 minutes or b) won a prize from the #Geekzone chan in IRC, and stuck around to see if I would hit the jackpot and win a date with JAMMAN2110. Unfortunately, so far, no luck. On the bright side however, I've gained a fair understanding of most the contributors of this forum, and some of the regulars through this miracle we call IRC, and I've enjoyed their company profoundly.

I currently reside in Auckland and working at WINZ, (random, yes I know) - but made this decision carefully, as I have a passion to help the needy in our country.. Am 21, so still have a lot of time to consider whose footsteps to follow.. whether it be saint, Mother Teresa - or top 10 most annoying tv characters - Denny Crane. BWAHA

Lastly and finally - to prevent certain posts from taking place.. let me just confirm that I WILL enjoy my flight.. AHA, now noone can say "Enjoy your flight." If you do, YOU IS A POST-COUNTER LOL

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Reply # 43353 6-Aug-2006 12:12
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Reply # 43358 6-Aug-2006 12:38
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Nice post. And no, i wont make a curt reply just to bump my post coun....

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  Reply # 43360 6-Aug-2006 12:52
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How could you tony!

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