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Hello from San Francisco

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard J. Eckert Feb 18, 2013. 2 Replies

Hi guys. Brand new to the site. I've been exploring it for a while, but just finally got around to officially joining. I've enjoyed many of the conversation threads I've been seeing. I'm wondering if…Continue

 

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Richard J. Eckert replied to Richard J. Eckert's discussion Hello from San Francisco
"Thanks for the welcome, Sean. Yes, last night's finale sure was a good one. You should check it out."
Feb 18, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to Richard J. Eckert's discussion Hello from San Francisco
"Welcome, Mr. Eckert.  I've seen Downton Abbey on a few times myself, and I must agree with you; Downton Abbey is certainly a good show."
Feb 18, 2013
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Hello from San Francisco

Hi guys. Brand new to the site. I've been exploring it for a while, but just finally got around to officially joining. I've enjoyed many of the conversation threads I've been seeing. I'm wondering if there are any guys on here that are into DOWNTON ABBEY? Tonight is the 3rd season finale night, and I'm really looking forward to it.See More
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"New to the site and just exploring and figuring it all out. It looks like there are some interesting discussions going on here."
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At 4:02am on February 18, 2013, Larry said…

Welcome to AoM, Richard!

 
 
 

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