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Hi; Am Glad To Be A New Member

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Posted 15 May 2012 - 12:17 AM

Having looked at a few Forums' I think you are the best, and this is the first Computer forum I have decided to join and plan to give all I can down the road. Below is my general Bio, but feel to ask questions.

Am now disabled and come from a background of many job hats; (in no order) Press & publicity, Politics - Left, Law Enforcement - Sheriff, IT - Set Up Networks, Programs, Training; incl writing training manuals, & Security, Law - Enforcement & Courts & The Court.
Post and review daily at News Trust have been proudly awarded..
Live in the Southwest; Born Old Westbury NY; have lived in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington DC (Sadly only for a short time but just loved it there, fyi).
Love Dogs have had at least one all my life; Diget is my baby, my Love, My Reason! Update, unfortunately she died after short illness on January 27th this year.
Have a question feel free to ask!!!

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Posted 15 May 2012 - 09:49 AM

Hello, and welcome to Bleeping Computer!

There's useful information, including "getting started" stuff in the New User Orientation forum, and in the "sticky" topics at the top of forums.
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