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hey there

PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2007 3:46 am
by redr3r
Thought I would say Hi to everyone on newsliders. I have been trying to register for about six months (it never worked for me...guess I was doing something wrong) so when I saw the post George left saying he was going to temporarily re-enable the automatic registration I registered right away. I feel like I have been stalking you guys because I have read everything posted on newsliders and I check often to see if there are any updates. Can't wait to talk to everyone.

o yeah... I tried Skeleton for the first time in Lake Placid this April. I love, love, loved it!!!

PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2007 6:15 am
by George
Welcome to newsliders.com, redr3r! And welcome to the world of skeleton, I'm glad you enjoyed Lake Placid.

Your registration is a pleasant surprise. Yeah, spambots forced me to deactivate the registration link. Although I posted a sticky telling folks to email me to manually register, ever since then no one registers anymore, oh well. Sure enough, within hours of temporarily re-enabling it, I'm swamped by several spammers including one poster.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2007 2:26 pm
by redr3r
I tried to email you a few times but I couldn't register. I jumped on my chance when I saw it. I don't remember what e-mail I used but I guess it was the wrong email.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2007 4:09 pm
by slace22
Hey Red.
Finally someone newer than me is on here , lol.
George since you are in Maryland you should get back into skeleton and slide in LP because i might end up sliding alot there myself because i can fly to LP twice for the price of one trip to PC .
PC is of course my favorite and always will be my sliding home but since im on the east cost its alot cheaper for me to go to LP.
Harold R.

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2007 9:47 am
by Damon
Yeah I'd be joining you in LP. Since I can drive there, its a little easier than PC. However, I'm looking forward to making a trip out to PC this year at least for push camp. It'd be cool to meet some of the west coast people that are into skeleton.