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#1 McTash


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Posted 18 September 2010 - 03:03 PM

Hello to all at BC!

I'm in the process of being 'cured' by one of your wonderful members, and thought it only right and proper that I post an official introduction.

Having never used the site prior to my malware problem, I feel compelled to mention just how impressed I am. You have a community here to be proud of, and I hope to become a regular visitor to the site in future!

Despite having been a fairly avid gamer for nearly 20 years (and using computers every day at work) I am not particularly knowledgeable about PCs and programming - something I am desperate to change. There is a goldmine of information on here to help me learn and I will no doubt be picking the brains of many of your members in the months to come.

So, once again, thanks for the help already provided (especially Gringo, to whom I am indebted) and I look forward to conversing with you all in future!

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#2 jgweed


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Posted 19 September 2010 - 06:00 AM

Beware! BC can become very addictive.
It is a great resource for information and help.
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