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General => General Discussion => Topic started by: Lyndon on February 21, 2011, 04:11:53 PM



Title: Introduce yerself
Post by: Lyndon on February 21, 2011, 04:11:53 PM
I'm getting 2 to 3 new registrations per week and I'm just writing to ask that you introduce yourself at some point.  Don't worry, we don't bite and we aren't mean--but the intro will help prevent you from being banned as a spammer. Spammers are the only peoples we don't like here and I know a good percentage of registrations are from spammers.  They lurk for awhile until one day when I don't get by for awhile--then they strike. So identifying yourself as an interested nr03 gamer or just plain curious is to your advantage. I want to pare the spammers out of the members list but I don't want to cut out genuine members while doing so. Don't forget to log-in sometimes--the threads often have attachments or downloads that won't show if you're not logged in. Also, your participation gives me incentive to keep my little project online--I try to keep some kind of dialogue going but if I feel I'm just writing notes to myself I may decide it's just not worth the bother anymore. Thanks


Title: Re: Introduce yerself
Post by: fortine_oo on October 31, 2015, 09:20:52 PM
... I'm just writing to ask that you introduce yourself at some point.


Hi.   :bye1:

I guess this would qualify as "at some point".
I've been around awhile, somehow missed this topic.

I develop ai, tracks, 3do's, tutorials, and troubleshoot track and ai problems. Maybe you've run across some of my work.
I still believe NR2003 is a racing simulation, not a video game  :yikes: ...(not that there's anything wrong with that).
I don't have the output of years past, but I'm still busy "at it".

Takin' it a lap at a time.
 :cheers:
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