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Greetings from the snowbelt.... posted 15 Jan 2009, 21:01 by Isûphiryas, Candidate

Hello....my name is Shayne Van Oene. I hail from Walkerton, Ontario, Canada. Currently I am just over a quarter of the way through "The Darkness That Comes Before" and am finding it a quite intense novel. :) I like what I've read so far, that I already purchased the following two novels. My reading time is precious these days, so I rotate through three novels and a few other lighter reading books(ie: Lonely Planet travel books, railway history, etc.). Other than working, I spend most of my waking hours spending time with Amanda, listening to music, attending my nephew's sporting events, talking to my friends on the Lake of Tears forum(Swedish band), constantly dreaming of what life should be like and reading(of course). I will hopefully have time in the future to banter about this intriguing forum :) Ciao ...... Isûphiryas view post


Re: Greetings from the snowbelt.... posted 16 Jan 2009, 18:01 by Harrol, Moderator

welcome to the board! view post


Re: Greetings from the snowbelt.... posted 17 Jan 2009, 00:01 by Isûphiryas, Candidate

Thank you Harrol :) I quite like your signature....where does it come from?? or is it your original?? By the way, you will notice that I use "..." quite often in my posts. It is just a staple of mine and a way to connect fractured sentences or thoughts etc... You might say that I bastardize the English language a bit. Glad to meet your acquaintance! Ciao....Isûphiryas :) view post


Re: Greetings from the snowbelt.... posted 19 Jan 2009, 12:01 by Harrol, Moderator

I stole the saying for my signature from an old farmer turned electrician. He is a great guy and really nice but he has some very sarcastic sayings. view post


Re: Greetings from the snowbelt.... posted 27 Jan 2009, 03:01 by Isûphiryas, Candidate

Obviously one of the reasons I liked it so much :mrgreen: Sarcasm definitely comes easy to me though I usually save it for the people that I distaste greatly... view post


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