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    Don't mind us lot, come on out & into the light
    "Just have fun"

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    *rubs eyes and blinks a few times*
    Giving native people a bath is not the same as ethnic cleansing.

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    Oh, didn't even notice this thread
    Well, just saying hello anyway.

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    Hello Hatchling and Citizen M.

    Go off line for a week and the whole places explodes into a hive of activity!
    "It is part of the culture of my tribe."

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    well well well, a chnce to introduce ,myself again.
    I'm phaze, aka phazedout, up, in and on onemeomorable ocassion phazesidwayswithatwistoflemon.
    The d is not used, think of it like the von in von lipwig call me phaze, call me Alan, call me for a drink, you can even call me early in the morning (my brain wakes me anyways).

    Most of this lot know me form the old board (RIP) I'm happily ensconsed in the west of Ireland but have alos been known to hang around a small town in England called Wincaton.

    I have a podcast (gatecast.phazecast.com) and a now sadly defunct one (www.phazecast.com) which inncludes a brief audio interniew with TMH.

    You wanan know more feel free to pm me, I'm alos on msn as pazedup at hot mail dot com.
    Phaze
    on the "to the best of my knowledge nd rapidly failing memory 've never repeated one of these but google is my friend" ID

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    I'm always amazed at how many final tag lines you come up with
    "Just have fun"

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    Hello everyone,

    I've been lurking for a while and thought it was finally time to say hi. I was going to introduce myself as a PhD student who's doing their thesis on IMB, but after seeing the 'How long till...' thread I'm going to deny all knowledge of and connection to academia. So, I've been a really big fan of Banks's writing since I was about 18 and a friend of mine had a copy of The Player of Games with a confusing word in the blurb (nomenclature) and thought that as I am a wordy sort I might know what it meant. I didn't, we looked it up and still didn't understand what it meant (the science of naming things?) and I decided to read the book to see if it became any clearer. It didn't, but by about page 10 I didn't care any more and have reread PoG every year since. I've read all the M books over the years since then, and just spent the last year or so blasting my way through the non-M, finishing with Transition last week. Bring on the fake analysis!
    In the end, nothing you do matters; all that matters is what you do.

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    Hi there Tang, welcome aboard

    Did you have favorites & least fav of the "M" & non"M"s? (there are some sperate threads for those questions, but what the hell)
    "Just have fun"

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    Hi Tang, welcome to the board.
    And thanks to Deep for coming up with that shortened version of your name!

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    Well I couldn't be bothered to copy out all those other letters
    "Just have fun"

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