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Hi there, just wanted to namedrop my new site. It's about a religion i recently started. Yes, it's a serious one (well, it doesn't take itself seriously, but it's not a silly one)
Anyway, you can read the blurb at http://polytheism.cjb.net but the main attraction at the moment (unil i get some articles, links and essays to put up) is the forums. Please go along and say your piece, and do pop back every now and again, to keep up with the philosophical debate!
Originally posted by williamwbishop At least it wasn't my crew.
Did we really have to bring this one up, like I said, some topics have been brought up only to die or get closed rather quickly.
I still see no point in segregating "just linux" users to existing members on this site. If your posting on this site, your no longer a "just linux" user, your a part of linuxquestions.org.
We have many new members sign up daily that have never been on another forum or from other forums that don't separate themselves from the existing users. If you've registerd, your a linuxquestions.org crew member now.