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    Hello there, PremierGrayFox reporting!

    I've never been good at introductions (no matter how many forums I join/times required), so...

    I am a diaper-lover, furry, techie (even have my own custom built laptop), recreational substance user, scalie (I love dragons!), recently graduated high school (yay!), pansexual, blond hair, blue eyed, a bit chubby, video gamer, programmer, I even partake in photography and other means of artistic expression!

    That's my basic dossier.

    I hope to be a part of this (from what I've seen via lurking) fantastic community.

    Peace and Love,
    PremierGrayFox

    P.S. Feel free to ask me anything!
    Last edited by PremierGrayFox; 10-Apr-2012 at 04:39. Reason: Additional Notice

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    Welcome, fellow techie! Congratulations on an excellent yet succinct intro - a good intro is always fun to read. I've dabbled a bit in photography, myself, and I'm an avid gamer as well.

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    Thanks for the welcome!

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    Last edited by Near; 11-Apr-2012 at 18:30.

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    Huh, sup?

    *is super curious as to what you mean by custom built laptop*

    What do you mainly photograph? What other mediums do you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrypticTaco View Post
    Huh, sup?

    *is super curious as to what you mean by custom built laptop*
    I got a Dell Inspiron 15R body with Dual i5 (quad-core, overclocked) processors, an ATI 1gb Memory Radeon 5870HD GFX card, Forced Air Injection and Black Titanium Nitrous Oxidase cooling fans, a SATA3 512gb HDD, 12gb RAM, lighted keyboard with a honey-comb design (versus the standard raised-square), Windows 7 Home Premium.



    Quote Originally Posted by CrypticTaco View Post
    What do you mainly photograph? What other mediums do you use?
    Mainly I photograph nature, but I also enjoy photographing industrious things, such as abandoned factories and warehouses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PremierGrayFox View Post
    I got a Dell Inspiron 15R body with Dual i5 (quad-core, overclocked) processors, an ATI 1gb Memory Radeon 5870HD GFX card, Forced Air Injection and Black Titanium Nitrous Oxidase cooling fans, a SATA3 512gb HDD, 12gb RAM, lighted keyboard with a honey-comb design (versus the standard raised-square), Windows 7 Home Premium.
    FAP. Seriously, that is a beastly computer you've got there. I've got an ASUS N61jq-X1 from 2010, but it still serves me well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PremierGrayFox View Post
    I got a Dell Inspiron 15R body with Dual i5 (quad-core, overclocked) processors, an ATI 1gb Memory Radeon 5870HD GFX card, Forced Air Injection and Black Titanium Nitrous Oxidase cooling fans, a SATA3 512gb HDD, 12gb RAM, lighted keyboard with a honey-comb design (versus the standard raised-square), Windows 7 Home Premium.

    Mainly I photograph nature, but I also enjoy photographing industrious things, such as abandoned factories and warehouses.
    Err...what? Things I didn't understand: "Dual i5 processors", "Forced Air Injection and Black Titanium Nitrous Oxidase cooling fans", and "ATI 1gb Memory Radeon 5870HD GFX card"

    Not to call you out, but...

    Last edited by CrypticTaco; 12-Apr-2012 at 02:56.

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