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    Default Re: UK Astronomers Introduce Yourselves Here



    Quote Originally Posted by BeJimmieMut View Post
    Just joined the site?

    Been lurking but never posted?

    Been a member for ages but no one talks to you?


    Then introduce yourselves here

    How you found the site, how you became a city fan, your greatest memory of supporting city.... Its all stuff we enjoy hearing so say hello and let us know your story.....
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

    Some men, you just can't reach.

    So you get what we had here last week -- which is the way he wants it.

    Well, he gets it.

    And I don't like it anymore than you men.

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    Default Re: UK Astronomers Introduce Yourselves Here!

    I wonder if they will figure out this is an astronomy forum...
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    Default Re: UK Astronomers Introduce Yourselves Here!

    Uk astro no mores introduce yourself,,maybe it should be Uk astro no mores identify yourself----
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