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Post by nynaevelan » Thu Apr 03, 2008 9:27 am

nohitter151 wrote:
spacefish wrote:
nohitter151 wrote:So I'm going for my Pharm D. - Doctor of Pharmacy,
Druuuugs!!! 8)
On that note, I spent way too much time on the forum this morning - I'm going to be late for my Pharmacology class!
Wow, talk about a small world. I am from Pine Hill, NJ and I work in the financial aid office of a Pharmacy University in Philadelphia, PA.

Nohitter if your program is as tough or tougher than here, than I am suprised you have so much time for the boards. :wink:

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Post by rovingcowboy » Thu Apr 03, 2008 12:22 pm

drjboulder wrote:
drjboulder wrote:
rovingcowboy wrote: so you are broke uh?
Nope! :D
Not at all!
Funny how people associate Automobile ownership with wealth. :lol:
BTW, Roving I found that to be a very ignorant response on your part.
What part of me purposefully not contributing to the degradation of our world did you determine to mean that I must be Broke?

How is this going? BTW
so you think asking a question is ignorant? then you must be the one that is ingorant. cause i was just asking.
as for how my job search is going? if i can ever get up and out of the chair and stay awake long enough i might get started on it. just can't stay up long enough anymore i think work is the sleepy word.

i don't use your site to say where things are at or to let people visit places. so i'll just post this to show you where i'm from.

www dot fortworth dot com

there i spelled it out so its not a link and won't ruin your only wanting links from that other not liked site.

8)
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Post by nohitter151 » Thu Apr 03, 2008 1:17 pm

nynaevelan wrote:
nohitter151 wrote:
spacefish wrote: Druuuugs!!! 8)
On that note, I spent way too much time on the forum this morning - I'm going to be late for my Pharmacology class!
Wow, talk about a small world. I am from Pine Hill, NJ and I work in the financial aid office of a Pharmacy University in Philadelphia, PA.

Nohitter if your program is as tough or tougher than here, than I am suprised you have so much time for the boards. :wink:

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Thats just the problem, I don't have the time for the boards :wink:. It usually cuts into time when I should be sleeping :lol:. Pretty much all my free time is spent on these boards or skinning, or managing my music with MM. Its my only escape from school.

Hey, Pine Hill! My brother goes to Rowan U. that's pretty close to there, isn't it?
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Post by nynaevelan » Thu Apr 03, 2008 1:32 pm

Yes, Rowan is only about 15-20 minutes away, so is Rutgers-Camden.

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Post by Big_Berny » Thu Apr 03, 2008 2:19 pm

drjboulder wrote:Could this in some way explain your ability to produce AutoRateAccurate:

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Are you possibly related to the Bernoulli's???
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I am thinking about calling you Big_Bernoulli
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And, yes I am also loving the Wiki's.
Keep 'em coming folks!
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Post by Steegy » Thu Apr 03, 2008 3:11 pm

Just to give you some reading :):

I live in Ledegem < West-Flanders < Flanders < Belgium < Europe.
Ledegem is a quite little village (9300 inhabitants), but thanks to the high population density in Belgium, there are always people, shops, ... around (unlike a little village in say France, the US, ...).

In Flanders we speak the same language, Dutch, as our northern neighbours from The Netherlands. We have pretty much jokes about them, but the fact that have the same mentality as Belgians (democratic, active, progressive), speak the same language and such, we get along quite well :) (as with all countries in the world, actually).

Belgium is "known" for the creation of the first synthetic plastic Bakelite, the invention of the Saxophone, the Belgian chocolate, the Belgian fries (yes, they originated in Belgium), Tintin, to be somewhat the centre of Europe with precence of European Union, NATO, ... in capital city Brussels (yes, Brussels is a city in Belgium, not the other way around).

I studied for 4 years in Ostend and for 1 year in Leuven.

There's much to say about how much I liked my great time in the beautiful Ostend, but with the Wiki article I'll leave that to your imagination.

My current job is about 10 minutes driving, in Wevelgem.
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Post by gege » Fri Apr 04, 2008 3:53 pm

I'm loving this!

Well, let's go:
I was born in Imaruí, SC, Brazil - (Warning: article is just a stub in portuguese).
But I've lived in Joinville, SC
then I've moved do Guaratinguetá, SP for a short period
and then to Porto Alegre, RS.

Now I've lived in Curitiba, PR for 10 years.

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Post by judas » Tue Apr 08, 2008 11:27 pm

Reporting from Bogotá, Colombia...mmm...mostly known for coffee, and well....yeah, drugs, violence and Shakira. :oops: :(
Cheers, judas

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Post by drjboulder » Thu Apr 10, 2008 2:54 am

judas wrote:Reporting from Bogotá, Colombia...mmm...mostly known for coffee, and well....yeah, drugs, violence and Shakira. :oops: :(
Found the Bogotá Wiki to be a very interesting read!
Keep 'em coming, peoples!
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Post by grohl » Thu Apr 17, 2008 1:29 am

Well hello there MM-fans!

I'm a newbie to MM, but have used it for a couple of weeks now and enjoy it very much! :D

So, for my whereabouts, check this out:
> Norway
> Møre&Romsdal (County)
> Giske (municipality)
> GODØYA! :D

I am currently working as an engineer at Rolls-Royce Marine dept Deck Machinery in Brattvåg.

I also have a BLOG where you can find pictures of different more or less interesting things from my island :wink:

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Post by Peke » Thu Apr 17, 2008 3:49 pm

Well here is some from me:
I live in Sremska Kamenica an urban neighborhood of Novi Sad, in Serbia.
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Post by Teknojnky » Thu Apr 17, 2008 4:18 pm

grohl wrote:I also have a BLOG where you can find pictures of different more or less interesting things from my island :wink:

Some nice pictures of the countryside there, and welcome to the forums!

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Post by onenonymous » Thu Apr 17, 2008 7:04 pm

I was born in Galveston, TX
Went to college in Houston, TX
Lived for a while in Ventura, CA
And now live in Plano, TX

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Post by thecongressman » Fri Apr 25, 2008 12:47 pm

I've been a member on the forums for a few months now, but have yet to post. Guess this is as good as any thread to post on.

I'm American--born and raised in Ohio, but now I am a elementary school teacher in Manama, Bahrain (a TINY country in the Persian Gulf.) It's a whopping 70 miles from Iran, shares a causeway with Saudi Arabia (which westerners (including myself) cannot visit, and is a hop, skip and jump from Iraq. Primo location, if you ask me :o

I have a massive collection of over 110,000 songs (all complete albums), the majority of which have been downloaded via torrents (for those who care that comes to over 580 gigs of tunes.)

If there are two things in life I love it's MM and torrents :wink: At least out here the RIAA can't get me, sorry for you suckers back in the states.

iTunes just wasn't doing it for me, glad I found the monkey. Now my only wish is that it would be available for ubuntu.

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