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Q: What's up ?

So, I've been away from the site for 3 or 4 years. Good to see all the same people are still here. Or maybe that's scary. 

2 years 45 weeks ago in  General  - Zhuhai

 
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Yeah, where did you go?

The other guy, can't recall his handle (Moctor sumtin') and you both ceased to exist.

Welcome you back ...

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Moctor ? I recall no such person. Probably a cool dude

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26th September 2016 actually. ..im guessing you're not a maths teacher. ....although maybe math is different in China from other places.
Or being in China seems like an long long time

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Oh, it's you.

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Nice to see you guys, too.

I'm not even in China anymore, but whaddyaknow, ECC is still accessible outside the great Firewall.

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Huh? You left?

Oh, then welcome back.

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Welcome back Scandi 

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Nothin much, how's it going with you?

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not as much in China as I used to be. It's Scandi living mostly

 

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