Originally posted by Sahuaro What was your first forum post? What made me wonder is that I never ever said I was new here, let alone start a thread on the topic. So how did you announce your presence? Mine was:
Accessories -> System tools -> System restore
but that only works if you can get on. There's supposed to be something you can do while it's booting, but I forget what.
[I was a helpful sort I guess]
"Setting Board Pieces in Profile / Help Forum
01 Dec '07 01:49
10th ranked player on the RHP site, ilywrin, presents an interesting chess puzzle in the body of his profile.
How is this done? Would appreciate comment on the mechanics. Thank you."
Interesting thread, Sahuaro. The above was my first forum post in the Help Forum, five months after joining RHP.
Originally posted by Sahuaro What was your first forum post?
Seven years ago: "Chavez is so naive. Venezuelan oil will run out one day: then what will happen to his precious poor people? The oil should be given to the Venezuelan rich until it runs out. That's much more sustainable."
Originally posted by Saint Nick But others get them for the right reasons and live to cherish them for the rest of their lives.
........ All of mine reflect something significant in my life. Things that had an effect on my life and that effect can't be erased. I fail to see a 'down-side' to my tattoos.
Hi Saint Nick,
Yours has been the most sensible case for tatoos that I have read in this thread. I totally identify with doing something to remind you of important milestones in your life, and if tats do it for you, go for it!
Your warning about not doing something just because it is faddish, is extremely important.
And a happy Christmas to you too!
This was my very first forum post, on 10 December 2004 (eight months after joing in April) in the GF in a thread about body piercings.
When I looked it up, and followed my trail down several discussions, it was quite a journey down memory lane.
"I agree with Skorj. We took their land and gave them "trinkets". We introduced them to "Firewater" and took more. Then we put them on reserves and completely changed their way of life. Congrats we're sooo much better than them???"
This was a reply to a thread in the Debates forum/Australian Aborigines to Skorj, July 10th, 2004, a few months after my joining.