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Old Posted May 4, 2010, 6:01 PM
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Sorry bigtime! Next time for sure.

For future reference I was the geeky looking white dude with the cute filipina wife
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^^ A geeky looking white dude that posts on SSP Calgary- that should narrow it down.
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Old Posted May 7, 2010, 2:12 PM
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^^ A geeky looking white dude that posts on SSP Calgary- that should narrow it down.
Seriously though I have to say that the members of this forum seem to be some of the most normal people I have ever met in person. Usually when you think internet you think geeky white dudes and their parents basement. But we are actually a pretty well balanced group!

We've got:

-straights
-gays
-singles
-married (with and without kids)
-whites
-browns
-asians
-students
-working stiffs
-urbanites
-suburbanites

Did I miss anything?

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Old Posted May 7, 2010, 2:25 PM
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Seriously though I have to say that the members of this forum seem to be some of the most normal people I have ever met in person. Usually when you think internet you think geeky white dudes and their parents basement. But we are actually a pretty well balanced group!

We've got:

-straights
-gays
-singles
-married (with and without kids)
-whites
-browns
-asians
-students
-working stiffs
-urbanites
-suburbanites

Did I miss anything?

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Only missing the demographic that makes up more than half of the world's population: women.
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Old Posted May 7, 2010, 2:37 PM
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Ah yes, I did forget the gender part. I know we have had a few female forumers here, do we still have any active ones? I seem to remember one that was living in Dubai but called Calgary home before that, she has dissapeared as of late.
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