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hdwei

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whats up? im new here, please be nice to me :tazz:
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Hi hdwei and welcome to the forums :tazz:
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Sure we'll be nice..it's a nice place :tazz:

Welcome!
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Welcome, we are all friends here, but your wording has me thinking that:


Very welcome to here then but actually with the speed of inovation we are all new to this and getting old fast. To explain what I mean, household toilets became normal in the end the 19th century, household baths, telephones and televisions in the 20th century and now computers in this our century. It is a twofold effect then, of living two or the gernerations worth of progress while at the same time living to an older age, that has me asking myself whether my own old age won't be as belittleing to myself then as it is now for my mother when faced with recording a television program on the DVD. :tazz:
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