Discussion in 'Royal Artillery' started by Derek Barton, Jun 9, 2013.
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Hello Owen, Thank you for your information. I did have a reply from “Idler” but it seems to have disappeared now. When I saw on the home page a small window “Introduce yourself”, I thought I would then see something like “New Member introduction” wherein one could place a short note perhaps such as Name, Interests, Military Experience?, Residence (County/State/Province only). I am a member of the British & Commonwealth Badge Forum and have written a number of posts there. I do hope to master the way this forum is laid out and if possible, I hope to contribute as well as learn. Thank you again for your reply. Oh, and By The Way, I am a Gunner. First, as a Gnr/Dvr in the RAF Regt. (37 Sqn. L.A.A.), with a Bofors L/70 40mm. Then as a Bdr in 300 Regt. RA (TA). All of course before emigrating to Canada in 1965. Thank you again for answering my original post. David Jeffrey.
I've probably been 'moderated' by the bast... Oh - no, I'm still there on page 1!
As I said, they're very helpful.
There is a place to introduce yourself.
You can start a thread there.
》User Introductions 《
I didn't remove Idler's reply. As he says it's still there in page 1.
I did merge your 2 posts.
One you quoted Derek but you didn't reply in the same post.
The other was your message.
I combined the 2.
Thank you Owen. I believe I will have to excuse myself as an absolute “Klutz”. I went to “User Introductions” and as before, cannot find any place to put the information! I realize that it is not mandatory, But I always feel that when engaged in any meaningful dialogue, it helps others to determine where you’re coming from. So from here on in, I will continue to just monitor the forum and hopefully, will get the hang of how it works. Thank you again for responding to this Octogenarian’s ramblings. David J.
Top right hand corner 'Start New Thread'
Sorry it says 'Post New Thread'
That takes you to - http://www.ww2talk.com/index.php?forums/user-introductions.18/create-thread
It's probably worth saying that posting new information on old threads is encouraged round here, so if you want to add to - or correct - anything you find, please do.
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