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And finding my way around the site ....

Created By on 16/08/2021

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23rd Aug 2021 22:26:31 (Last activity: 25th Aug 2021 13:45:35)
Thanks for voting!
So far, I seem to be wandering aimlessly. Sort of the way I shop.
Response from Sally - Silversurfer's Editor made on 23rd Aug 2021 23:12:21
Hi Passenger,

Welcome and many thanks for your first comment in our Forum.

If you already know your way around, then we will leave you to it.

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Response from Passenger made on 24th Aug 2021 16:18:59
Hey Fea.
I avoid the malls now and find online shopping to be a good alternative. Although ..... one can wander aimlessly there quite a bit more if not careful. "Wow, did I just spend 3 hours online, when I just meant to buy a popcorn popper?"
Response from Passenger made on 24th Aug 2021 21:52:31
I just joined two days ago Fea. So far I haven't really found my stride with it yet, but I'm not dissuaded as of yet.
I'm on the other side from you, in the US/South Carolina. And it's creeping up on 5:00pm here. Other than your responses, I've not really interacted with anyone.
Oh, and good morning. Having you coffee?
Response from Passenger made on 25th Aug 2021 13:45:35
I set up a chat for us to hopefully make our messaging easier. The Biden presidency has been quite a thing to behold. His handling of the major crisis of our time namely Covid and Afganistan have proven to overwhelm his administration But life in South Carolina remains grand, save for the virus which has disrupted life everywhere. I moved here from a big city in the north of the country (Chicago) to a more rural area in the south a few years ago. A shock both climate-wise and culturally. Talk again soon, hope you find the chat

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