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Shawn
post Mar 17, 2003, 07:50 AM
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hello,

and welcome to our forum.  This board is an area where I hope newcomers (and even ppl who've been here awhile) can introduce themselves to others and get to know other people.

looking forward to hearing from our members!

take care,
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rhymer
post Aug 21, 2003, 01:03 PM
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Hi Shawn,

It strikes me that your welcome, as site owner, would be better placed at the top of this message board, irrespective of other messages.
Do you agree?
Could it be arranged?

best regards, Bill.
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post Aug 22, 2003, 10:45 AM
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Hi Shawn,

I worded my message to you very badly !!
My intention was to suggest that your welcome might appear best, always at the top of this BOARD, not the top of this TOPIC.   user posted image

My apologies for the confusion.
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post Aug 25, 2003, 01:40 AM
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Yes, most message boards allow posts to be "stuck" to the top of the board. I'm pretty sure this one can be stuck also, It's a right that administrators always have and I believe it can be given to moderators too.
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post Aug 25, 2003, 01:41 AM
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Oh, by the way, I'm new here! I'm going into high school and I saw a link to this page and it looks very interesting. I hope to learn a thing ot two from this place.
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post Oct 01, 2003, 02:59 PM
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Hi Goose,

welcome to mind-brain!

Your writing seems advanced for a 14 year old.

Maybe you can give us some guidance on modern thinking - new blood always runs more energetically, so I look forward to what you offer and hope also, that you may learn of some of the pitfalls which may await you as you grow and develop.
Learn to how to identify those roads which lead to a fruitful path; avoid dead-ends and roundabouts, and keep your vision clear!

Do enjoy yourself amongst good friends here; please help where you can and never fear to ask for help; there are many years of experience built into our membership.
You may feel foolish for a moment, but that is better than remaining a fool for the rest of your life.

I am not a preacher, just concerned that you gain from your experience with all members.

Best regards, Bill,
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post Oct 23, 2003, 12:32 AM
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Hello everyone on these forums. My name is Exodus and I am new. Just saying hey to all. Maybe talk to ya later.
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post Oct 23, 2003, 03:25 PM
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Hi exodus on life


Welcome to mind-brain!
I must say I love your signature.
Take some time to browse around the forum or read some of Shawns reference work.
If you have any problems just post them under general - questions and someone should help you out.
Have a good time,
See you soon, Bill.
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post Oct 31, 2003, 04:43 AM
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Good Lord!!
I can not find the FAQs page on this site. I hate asking stupid quetions.. especailly when someone else allready has and someone else answered it!!
So, two things on this one, where is the FAQs page, and what determins your status (i.e. newbie, jr,sr,full...)
Please help me out... Throw me a frickin' bone here tongue.gif

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post Oct 31, 2003, 04:02 PM
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hi Selena,

the FAQ and Help page is at http://brainmeta.com/forum_help.php and is accessible by clicking on the help button between the home and search buttons located up top.

Because of your post, I have gone ahead and updated the FAQ and Help page to include the answer to your question about determining status. Here's the answer smile.gif

# Posts to become "Junior Member": 50
# Posts to become "Full Member": 100
# Posts to become "Senior Member": 250
# Posts to become "God": 500
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post Nov 01, 2003, 02:53 PM
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Thank you so much for that info! I was a curious little cat over here!

Thanks!!

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post Jan 03, 2004, 01:54 PM
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post Jan 06, 2004, 11:32 AM
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hi smoke_and_reason,

thanks for dropping in to say hello.

It is always good to welcome new members; to wish them happy and useful visits, whether to read or write, or just to laugh at some of the jokes.

I also hope you make new friends amongst.
Don't be afraid to ask for any help you may need!
Bye for now, Bill. smile.gif
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post Jan 07, 2004, 01:59 PM
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how do i do a room like this please l;et me know asap thank you very much
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post Jan 07, 2004, 03:43 PM
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hello jasaljr,
Welcome to Mind-Brain!

If your topic is a new one, click on the Board title which is most likely to cover that topic.
If sub-boards comes up, again click on a board.
Then if the topic already axists, just add your post to it by clicking on 'Add reply'.

If there is no Board covering your topic, go to the 'questions' Board and ask Shawn, the site owner, if he could make a new board.
If there is a suitable Board, just hit 'new topic' near the board top.

If this is not clear, add another post here stating your topic and I will start that topic for you which can then post under.
I will give you the link here for that new topic, so you will see where it is.
I can then delete my 'temporary' post.
We can always move things around to keep the Boards tidy!
Best regards, Bill.
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post Jan 24, 2004, 02:15 PM
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Thank you, guys, I'm finally here !

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post Jan 24, 2004, 02:20 PM
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welcome Rene. I hope you will find your stay enjoyable and will let us know if there's anything you need or any questions you have. It's nice to have you with us.

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post Feb 18, 2004, 02:12 AM
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Me me I wanna be next pick me. ohmy.gif JUst wanted to say "hi" to all and hopefully some of you through your opinions(however different than mine) may be able to help me on my journey for truth.
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post Mar 19, 2004, 12:31 PM
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I've always been lost in my despair, with no one to find and share.
Came across your site one day, and quite frankly, it enlighted me and made me want to say.. Thank you.
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post Mar 19, 2004, 02:46 PM
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Hello Alexandrina,

'Woof' looks very contented and I sincerely hope you too, are able to find friends and share experiences amongst 'The Family' here at Mind-Brain. Whether you give or receive help or inspiration or knowledge matters not as long as you feel rewarded by your visits. I don't think there can be a better reason for participating for any of us!
Don't be afraid to ask for any site related help you may need either! There's always someone to chip in.

I look forward to further 'chats'; bye for now, Bill.
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post Mar 21, 2004, 08:47 PM
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Glad I stumbled onto this site! Seems to be full of positive energy in most topics (as far as I covered in the past few hours)
Oh Hi I'm a newbie to mind-brain, but aspiring to being "God" statuswise sometime in the near future!! wink.gif
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post Mar 21, 2004, 08:58 PM
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welcome to our forum!
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post Mar 23, 2004, 09:30 PM
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Hello Hello..... I am new here..... seems pretty interesting! I will come back later when I am not so tired.....
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post Mar 25, 2004, 06:58 AM
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hi there,
am young man from slovakia, who is still looking to find myself, am a bit allienated, bit extremist in doing sport, drinking coffes, teas, everything to enhance my brain, but always failing in unsuccess of this treatment, I always wake up to totally lazzines of my mind and unfuncionality of my brain, , , It really take a time to wake it all up.
in the last time i started to consume PIRACETAM, in recent days I really felt better, but it were only few days and it wa really high amounts of tablets. I dont know, but I think i suffer from some menatl desease or disfunction of some part of the brain. I am not able to have any order in papiers, names, I cannot lead any schedule, its really difficult life, moreover when u live in postcommunist country in eastern Europe. People here are for me more difficult to understand then in western countries/I visited few/. I have a lot to write but my mind is against it, I need help!!!!!!!!!!advice, or something to leave my old mind and to put on other
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post Mar 25, 2004, 07:31 AM
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Hi Kulik, One thing I have learned is that life is a struggle, if you are not struggling with yourself, then there is something wrong.

So keep on struggling and join us as we struggle too wink.gif
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post Mar 25, 2004, 04:21 PM
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Hello kulik and welcome to Mind-Brain.

I had not heard of piracetam but looked it up on the web. It is a stimulant for the brain. The fact that you felt a bit better after taking it could be the clue that you might have, as you say, a brain disfunction. More particularly you may have a chemical imbalance in your neurotransmitters in your nervous system.
Experimenting on your own can be dangerous and may miss the advantage of experience gained by professionals.
I don't know what medical services are available to you, but if you can see a doctor I think you would be well advised to do so. Take that advice and persevere with different treatments until you find one that suits you [assuming that doctor suspects that you may need help].
Do let us know how you go on, and good hunting!
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post Mar 31, 2004, 09:24 AM
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Hi to everyone!
I'm a Yorkshirewoman by birth, education and temperament, but have lived in Australia for many years. The best thing that happened to me in Australia was a far-sighted government (not, sadly, a recent one!) which made tertiary education fee-free, so I and both my daughters took advantage of that and gained degrees of various sorts.
I write, (poetry and short stories), paint (watercolours), do gold illuminating (as much like The Book of Kells as I can manage); am interested in metaphysics, have been a practicing pagan for many years. I also love word games,word play........I feel at home already!
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post Mar 31, 2004, 09:58 AM
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Welcome Rune. I hope you find what you're looking for here. I'm curious, how is that the Australian government is able to make tertiary education free for everyone?
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post Mar 31, 2004, 01:12 PM
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Hey all smile.gif
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post Mar 31, 2004, 08:35 PM
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Shawn, this occured when a Left-wing (Labour) govt. was elected after 23 years of Right-Wing (Liberal) rule. The incoming Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam, was a former academic and concerned at the lack of tertiary education for those who couldn't afford it, but whose abilities warranted it.

His tenure as PM was short, only some 4 years, but he had an enormous effect on Australia; he foreshadowed many of the policies which have since come into effect: Equal Employment Opportunities, paid Maternity Leave, much higher Health and Safety regulations in the workforce....

The free tertiary education policy only lasted about 10 years and was funded, to some extent, by 'selling' education as a commodity to other South East Asian nations........their students paid full fees.. Since then it has gradually been eroded, with contemporary students now graduating with a huge debt. Currently, controversy rages as proposed legislation seeks to ensure that every student pays the full cost of their education, without any Gvt. subsidies, thus leaving them even further behind the 8-ball as they commence their careers.
After leaving politics, Gough Whitlam returned to academia as a Professor at the Australian National University. Now in his late eighties, he's still alive and much in demand as an after-dinner speaker.
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