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#1

Member
Surrey, UK
Hello guys. I'm very glad to be here. I've been browsing the site for a little while, now, on suggestion from my very good friend, Luis.
I see many familiar names but for those who don't know me, my name is David. I'm an Optometrist by profession although recently medically retired.
I'm very much looking forward to contributing.
Thanks for having me.

David

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#2

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
Hi David, thanks for joining.
Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
#3

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
Hi David and welcome to DFS. It's good to have you here. Smile
#4
Welcome to DFS my great friend !  Shy
Luis
#5

Member
Los Angeles
Welcome David!
#6

Member
Lisbon, Portugal
Hello and welcome, David! Nice to see you here! Smile
#7

Member
Surrey, UK
Thank you for the warm welcome, guys. Smile
David
#8
Good to see another shaver from the UK out and about here. By the way speaking as a guy in his 30's what is this thing you speak of called retirement? Is this another one of those things like Father Christmas, the Easter Bunny, cashing in a pension or a punctual train?
Enjoy the forum.
Will

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Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
(07-19-2015, 11:53 PM)1morepasswill Wrote: Good to see another shaver from the UK out and about here. By the way speaking as a guy in his 30's what is this thing you speak of called retirement? Is this another one of those things like Father Christmas, the Easter Bunny, cashing in a pension or a punctual train?
Enjoy the forum.
Will

If you think a punctual U.K. train is an oxymoron then you have never waited for a San Diego city bus... and waited, and waited, and waited.  Of course, this always occurs when it's 85-90 degrees outside and I have just bought ice cream at the supermarket. Rolleyes

I LOVE retirement and, yes, it does come.  Remember, every once in a while that Glasgow to Edinburgh train is spot on time. Wink

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#10
(This post was last modified: 07-20-2015, 12:51 AM by 1morepasswill.)
Freddy, don't get me started on buses! We'll be here all night. Probably more chance of me being able to retire than it being 90 degrees in Glasgow though. You'll be able to use the "new" Edinburgh tram system when you visit again.

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