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Postby Humphrey » Wed Jan 19, 2011 1:02 pm

My name is Reehan and I'd just like to say hi to everyone. As everybody knows that nowadays forums are the best source of Knowledge, and through forums we can learn a lot. When I heard of the community I thought it would be wonderful to expand to a new community, meet like minded people and share thoughts and services with fellow members.I am sure there's a lot of interesting topics and discussions happening on this forum and wanted to check it out.I was looking for a new forum to join and the higher powers of Google has brought me here! I look forward to meeting you all and wish you the best of success.
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Postby jamesbond » Wed Jan 19, 2011 1:08 pm

Hi Reehan, glad you found our forum! This is a nice community of people here who are like minded and enjoy traveling and expanding our horizons!

Have you traveled to any foreign countries? Do you plan on doing any traveling? How has the dating scene been for you living in New York?
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Postby Winston » Wed Jan 19, 2011 5:44 pm

This sounds like a form letter. Are you a real poster or a spammer? Why did you send such a generalized letter that could be posted in any forum?
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