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Ereece1
2007-Nov-01, 08:31 PM
Posted my first message today in Conspiracy Theories, but never found the "Introductions Forum" mentioned in the greeting. Honestly though, it didn't really sound like that interesting of a forum topic. Of course, if I were still single, and the site continuously drew sexy skepchicks...
I am, however, happily married, and happy to be on board the forum.

Tucson_Tim
2007-Nov-01, 08:42 PM
Here it is. It's a "sticky" under Off-Topic Babbling:

http://www.bautforum.com/off-topic-babbling/29118-introduce-yourself.html

And, welcome!

Swift
2007-Nov-01, 08:43 PM
Here (http://www.bautforum.com/off-topic-babbling/29118-introduce-yourself.html) in Off-Topic Babbling. It is not a requirement, just a way to say hello. And welcome to BAUT Ereece1. You may also wish to look at the FAQ (in the top menu) and the rules given under that.

WaxRubiks
2007-Nov-01, 08:50 PM
yes, it's a secret forum, that only people with 800+ posts can access.

;-)

The_Radiation_Specialist
2007-Nov-01, 08:55 PM
Where can I find these "sexy skepchicks" that you speak of?

Ereece1
2007-Nov-01, 09:27 PM
My thanks to all.


I do not think about things that I do not think about. (Matthew Harrison Brady in Lawrence and Lee's Inherit the Wind)

WaxRubiks
2007-Nov-01, 09:29 PM
Ereece1


for signature option click

user cp -> edit signature


;)

Swift
2007-Nov-01, 09:31 PM
Where can I find these "sexy skepchicks" that you speak of?
BA Blog on skepchicks (http://www.badastronomy.com/bablog/2005/09/18/skepchicks/)

Tucson_Tim
2007-Nov-01, 09:31 PM
You may also wish to look at the FAQ (in the top menu) and the rules given under that.

This is a very good suggestion. Since this is a science forum and open to people of all ages it is moderated more closely.

Happy Posting!

Tim

KaiYeves
2007-Nov-02, 08:09 PM
I'm a female, and a skeptic. Does that make me a skepchic?
(But I am assuredly not sexy.)

The_Radiation_Specialist
2007-Nov-02, 08:25 PM
So I open up Yahoo.com and I see, Mail, Messenger, Weather and Horoscope...

*sigh*

The world needs more skepdudes and skepchicks...

KaiYeves
2007-Nov-04, 07:36 PM
The world needs more skepdudes and skepchicks.
"We gotta hold on, to what we got, dosen't make a difference if we make it or not..."

mfumbesi
2007-Nov-05, 07:36 AM
"We gotta hold on, to what we got, dosen't make a difference if we make it or not..."
"....We've got each other, thats enough for love.
We'll get there somehow.
Oh we half way there.....oh ho living on a prayer...."

Is that the song you had in mind.....
Living on a prayer, Bon Jovi....Yes?

WaxRubiks
2007-Nov-05, 07:40 AM
no, it's a traditional bus conductors song. :D

Whirlpool
2007-Nov-05, 10:10 AM
I'm skeptic.

How can I join the skepchics and skepdudes?


:think:

WaxRubiks
2007-Nov-05, 10:21 AM
you have to astral project yourself to skepcentral 345.6 lightyears away, to sign up.

googlegalactica should help with directions.

Whirlpool
2007-Nov-05, 10:35 AM
hmmm.... I will go googlegalactica then.

;)

KaiYeves
2007-Nov-06, 02:26 PM
Yes, I was thinking of Living on a Prayer. A good running song and very quoteable.

dinadilo1
2007-Nov-13, 03:50 AM
Hi friends, I was wondering which types of diet is good in long term? Is flexible diet is better then the strict diet? My friends think strict diet is better, where you only take soup, vegetables and foods. They think this way you can get a healthy body. But I think flexible diet is better, where you eat everything, but in less quantity, and you intake less calories then what you loose during the day. What do you think which one is better?

Kaptain K
2007-Nov-13, 03:58 AM
Diet is die with a "t" on it!

antoniseb
2007-Nov-13, 11:22 AM
Hi friends, I was wondering which types of diet is good in long term?
Unusual first post. Personally, I try to keep spam, socks, and trolls out of my diet. I think you are offering spam.

HenrikOlsen
2007-Nov-14, 05:01 AM
It was a spammer, had the ad in the signature