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  • Introduction

    Just dropped by to offer the obligatory "hello."

    Sadly, I am an un-Australian (non-Australian? Other-than-Australian?), but I do support the right of Australians to own and enjoy blades.

    I am also a member of the US Blade Forums, where I spend most of the very little time I have that isn't devoted to work and family.

    I'm a retired (yes -- old) US Air Force officer, unregenerate scientist, sometime program manager, long-time project engineer (even ... shudder ... systems engineer), teacher, caver, hiker, and father.

    And if you'd like to know anything else, just ask.

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    Re: Introduction

    Hi.

    Thanks for dropping by to our neck of the woods. I very much enjoy reading your posts on BF.
    I'm normally not a praying man, but if you're up there, please save me Superman: Homer J Simpson.

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    • #3
      Re: Introduction

      Originally posted by jt75
      Hi.

      Thanks for dropping by to our neck of the woods. I very much enjoy reading your posts on BF.
      What he said +1

      Richard
      Inside every old man is a young man wondering what the hell happened.




      Pictures of knives I have made/worked on.
      http://s177.photobucket.com/albums/w...cpZZ1QQtppZZ20

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      • #4
        Re: Introduction

        Originally posted by OldPhysics
        I am also a member of the US Blade Forums, where I spend most of the very little time I have that isn't devoted to work and family.
        It's great to see you here OP :thumbup:
        Steven
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        • #5
          Re: Introduction

          G'day OldPhysics, welcome!
          I'm curious about your name, is that as in Newton but pre-Einstein? Or is Einstein ok but not this new-fangled multi-dimensional string claptrap? lol :lol:

          The obligatory joke I tell anyone I think may understand it:
          Two Hydrogen atoms are milling around in a bar, when one of them says "Oh shit, I think I've lost an electron!"
          His mate says: "Wait, are you sure?"
          "Yes!" says the first, "I'm positive!"
          8-) :geek:

          BTW "Un-Australian" is reserved for Australians when we don't agree with what they're doing/thinking/saying. Not having at least a litre of tomato sauce on your pie is un-Australian for example.

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