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  1. Hi everybody! I picked `Meet and Greet` for this thread because there are a lot of new members here and a lot of older members here, who i really don't know much about. I thought it might be nice for the new people to see how much we as members appreciate each other and the kind of place they're getting involved with. Also, I fancied doing something positive, just for fun! New member or old member, feel free to take part! And if you're not mentioned, please don't take offense...there are A LOT of members to get through! I'm hoping I can get people to join in. This is what you need to do: Pick one other member of the forum, Say something you've learned about that person's life, Say what that person has taught you through their posting or messages, and finally, why you appreciate them. I'll start: I really appreciate a lot of people here. One of the people i really appreciate is Sa Skimrande. I've learned that he is very creative and makes jewelery and is interested in subjects of a spiritual nature, is very positive and thinks aspergers may be a natural thing with a very bright side! (Despite any difficulties we might face). He also feels the cold a lot, and he has a lot of understanding about the world. He has taught me that often, taking a step back and offering an intelligent response to a thread is far more productive than saying the first thing that comes into my head. I appreciate him because he has a way of seeing things differently and saying just the right things at just the right time. I really enjoy reading his posts.
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