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Hi there! 👋 Hello from London

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I live in London, but I was born somewhere else (can't post where now cause of a GTC thread). I'm studying a masters in computer engineering.

I have many friends that study urban geography, and i am keen on that subject as well.
 

JNA

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Welcome from the SW corner of Indiana on the Ohio River in the CTZ.
 

mendelman

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Welcome from the bottom of Lake Michigan - Chicago, Illinois!
 

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Welcome from the Canadian prairies, where we have pictures of the Queen in our Council chambers. (As an American, this is still a novelty for me). :)
 

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Another greeting from the International Greeting Committee...

Greetings SphinxMan from another colonial settlement, New Zealand :)
 

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Welcome Sphinx.
Where you were born matters only if you tell us where you were born. :-D
 

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SphnixMan - I basically grew up in Lakenheath in Norfolk. I lived there 8 years and went to London approximately once a month. I would love to live in Cambridge or Ely. I'm extremely fond of Ely and lived there for 6 months. Have you ever been to the Marquee Club? Is that a stupid question?
 

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Welcome from the Dominion of Canada, eh? Usually manage to get over to the UK once every year or so.
 
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Budgie said:
SphnixMan - I basically grew up in Lakenheath in Norfolk. I lived there 8 years and went to London approximately once a month. I would love to live in Cambridge or Ely. I'm extremely fond of Ely and lived there for 6 months. Have you ever been to the Marquee Club? Is that a stupid question?
Never been to the Marquee club sorry. Cambridge is nice, extremely close to the london agglomeration. I lived in London for 16 years.. Originally I was born in Bucharest I can tell you now.
 

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Welcom from southwest Michigan. From London, huh? I do hope that means your posts will be heavily laced with lots of Brit slang ;-) .....
 

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Greetings from the north side of the Ohio River, mile 609, Eastern Standard Time (for now, at least). Maybe you could ask one of your profs for help so Dan can fix the threadspotting feature :-D
 
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Welcome

London will offer a new view of urbanism to this Florida quasi-native. Love that city, enjoy the conversations!
 

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This might be lost in translation, but at the moment I'm doing my best Rob Schneider impersonation...

"Welcome Sphinx-man! The Sphinx-meister! The Sphinx-ster!" :)
 

Trail Nazi

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Hello from Northern Virginia, a place with name tributes from England everywhere you turn.
 

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welcome from the portion of illinois that chicago forgets exists.. downstate, er.. central illinois.
 

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PlannerByDay said:
Greetings from the Mitten State, AKA the Great Lakes State of MICHIGAN.
What he said!

BUT IT IS TWO HANDS... *&%^ why do people always forget that the Upper Peninsula is part of Michigan?
 
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