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Hi all I'm a returning member/ tester from 5 years ago hope to catch up and feel reunited 

Kind regards Dan from Wales ?

 

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Welcome back, rogering. 

So that WE can catch up with you

and so that we can find your earlier grow journals to see your earlier works,

what was your previous Username?

 

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And I'm remembering your the og called dust ? Is fuzzy about anymore ? 

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No, I'm not Dust.  He is around here somewhere, though.  He's an Administrator now, as well as a Moderator. 

If you want to say Hi to him, just click on the messages icon, then click on "Compose", enter his name "Dust", followed by a comma (,) to activate the name, then write your hello-message. and send it.

 

I do remember reading a few of Fuzzy's posts, but unfortunately, he hasn't visited us since February 2013.

 

If there are some other names you remember, you can message them to send them a hello.  After sending the hello, call-up the message again, and then you can click on their Avatar to enter their profile.  In their profile, you can read when they last visited the site.

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