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Seems I have a precise list of questions to answer so I copied and pasted

Are you male or female? male
Where are you from? Honolulu Hawaii
What are your hobbies or special interests? Computers and martial arts
What sort of books do you enjoy reading? Scifi. I'm presently reading Dean Koontz book Frankenstein
How did you find BookTalk.org? a list on a website as to where to announce your book


To continue I'm married with one 17 year old son.
I'm a full time self-employed in home computer tutor and, thanks to God's gifts, one of the best computer virus removal specialists on Oahu.

I look forward to learning and sharing

Rick



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Hi HomeTutor and welcome to BookTalk. I live in Queensland, Australia, but have visited Hawaii. Loved the way you could drive up to the airports, walk across the road and on to a plane and then across the road and into another car! Very civilised way to travel. It is a beautiful part of the world and very interesting to visit.

You must be very popular for your virus removal ability!

Enjoy BookTalk - I expect I'll see your name come up on various threads.


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Hi there Aloha Everyone, and :welcome: to Book Talk. I envy you living in Hawaii (I think), have never been there but would love to visit. :wink: Now that you have joined us, don't be a stranger. :)


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Hi there Aloha Everyone, and :welcome: to Book Talk. I envy you living in Hawaii (I think), have never been there but would love to visit. :wink: Now that you have joined us, don't be a stranger. :)


I try to appreciate where I am, but really it's like any other place when you're a family-man. If you ever get here dinner is on my family and me.

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To continue I'm married with one 17 year old son. I'm a full time self-employed in home computer tutor and, thanks to God's gifts, one of the best computer virus removal specialists on Oahu.
I look forward to learning and sharing
Rick

Welcome, Rick. Seems like we could get an interesting discussion going about working at home while raising kids. At least, I did that some while my wife's career took off, and am now occupying myself in Africa as a trailing spouse (kids grown).

Enjoy yourself here. It can be lively.



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Thank you everyone you've made me feel most welcome. You're right Harry. I look forward to that discussion.

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:welcome: Welcome! (though you came before me) and nice to meet you!


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