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Introducing myself

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Tashtego, Feb 21, 2010.

  1. Tashtego

    Tashtego Welcome New Poster


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    Hi all, just wanted to say hello. I just joined this forum. I'm a part-time podiatry student (1st/2nd year) in the UK. Look forward to disucssions and exchanges of opinion. Will probably be quite quiet in the beginning, and just listen/read in.

    Tashtego
     
  2. :welcome::welcome:

    Hi TashTego. It´s a great place for students. Hope you enjoy reading along. Get involved where you can even by asking questions.
     
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