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Old 10-02-2006, 12:42 PM   #1
reyn
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nice to meet you all


Hello,
My name is Reyn.
I'm a new member of this forum.
I experiment with Linux for about a year now. I haven't learned as much about computers in one year. Linux has teached me a lot because I had to find out everything. Thanks to the internet I have always found an answer to my questions. Thank you Linux community for giving me an alternative for that commerce OS thing called Windows. I'm not completely free yet but i'm working on it.
greetings,
Reyn
 
Old 10-02-2006, 12:56 PM   #2
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Welcome to LQ.org!
Here you can find a great community formed across the globe, willing to help and move on a more free world.
Hope you feel like at home here as I do.
 
Old 10-02-2006, 01:02 PM   #3
reyn
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Finally home

I'm home already. This is a place were you can find answers very quickly if your willing to search first through all the post before you ask it (again).
Thx, now i'm with people who understand what i'm working with and can help me progress in my search for knowledge (poëtic isn't it). But don't blame me for spelling mistakes because English isn't my mother tongue. I speak English because it's the language of books, computergames, internet, movies,... It's the only language that can get you through the world. Perhaps maybe programming languages.
Thx for all the people who keep the community up and going.
We will need it later, against capitalism.
I hope I can have the same view on things when i'm making money myself.
Greetings,
Reyn
 
Old 10-02-2006, 01:15 PM   #4
raska
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... But don't blame me for spelling mistakes because English isn't my mother tongue. I speak English because it's the language of books, computergames, internet, movies,... It's the only language that can get you through the world....
You got that right.
It's pretty unlikely that someone here on LQ would stomp on your face any grammar error, we are all humans and prone to mistakes, and I have find that nigh everyone here is pretty polite.

English is not my native language neither (I'm from México! ajuuuua jijos de la...!) but I try to improve it everyday constantly, more strongly at forums like this one and through any kind of reading over the internet. The overwhelming need to understand the most new information in the computing world forced me to learn it, though I'm aware that I shall never fully master it, I try to keep myself as neat as possible, I do like the British-like English a little bit more
 
Old 10-02-2006, 01:20 PM   #5
reyn
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accents

The funniest thing about accents is that you can master them. I can do a Sean connery accent and a Russian accent as well. It is very funny when you write a dialogue with Sean Connery as James Bond and then the russian thug and let them talk to each other. I have recorded it once and let it listen to all my friends. They all laughed there ass off. I can do Itchy and Scratchy as well. When I have more technologie in the video game the movies I will put a link to it here so you can listen to my accents. I learn them very quickly.
Greetings,
Reyn
 
Old 10-02-2006, 01:23 PM   #6
raska
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you could always "Broadcast Yourself" LOL
 
Old 10-02-2006, 01:36 PM   #7
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no not really I like to let my face out of the WWW because all the screens would burst (typical gothic geek).
 
Old 10-02-2006, 02:14 PM   #8
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Hi and welcome to LQ

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