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20th January 2004, 06:32 PM
Wowzers! I'm finally posting to the JREF forums! I could have sworn that I signed up for this like two years ago or something, but I didn't have an existing handle when I arrived, so that hypothesis has been falsified.
Anyway, it was great to meet many of you at TAM2. I look forward to engaging in all sorts of wonderous skeptical banterizing.
More than likely, I'll make my way over into the Religion and Philosophy forums as that holds considerable interest for me. (I'm a former Mormon missionary to Korea - now turned atheist. Wow! What a ride that has been!)
20th January 2004, 06:44 PM
I'm so glad that the forum has managed to attract some of those who attended the conference. We are always in need of more input from skeptics.
Look around, browse the forums, make yourself comfortable. :)
20th January 2004, 06:47 PM
I don't know if I spoke to you at The Meeting, but hello and welcome!
20th January 2004, 07:31 PM
Hey, Troylus. It was great meeting you at TAM2. Glad to see you logged on.
I'll be sending an update email around for the writers group soon, and have the email address you gave me. Looking forward to working with you.
22nd January 2004, 08:03 AM
Troylus! Glad you joined the forum! It was great having you at the infamous luncheon with the "televangelist couple." Dan (the guy on my right from New York) and I have been talking about it via e-mail. The gentelman from Oklahoma sneaked up on me at a blackjack table and said "I'm watching you..." and then darted off. In the end, I think he's alright. I wished we could have talked longer!
Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'd like to pick your brain about good games for kids.
22nd January 2004, 08:25 AM
I believe the fellow's name was "Tim", though I am not certain.
I agree, it was fun and that little lunch discussion proved to be one of the more interesting ones I was fortunate to participate in during the conference. Also, meeting Phil was great as it was heartening to see that there are other aspiring writers lurking among the JREF "faithful."
I have a pathetically bad website at www.troylus.com. There are a few equally pathetic free games I made in my spare time there as well as some lame essays and stuff. (I hope I'm not overselling the joint.)
Anyway, I hope to shortly be revising it with more interesting and useful things.
22nd January 2004, 08:32 AM
Troylus check your PM box.
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