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Do You Remember Your First Post

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Reading topics about why people joined etc..got me thinking why i joined???? and what my first post was about?..there was a time you could retrieve all your old post but that features seems to have gone?

anybody remember what your first post was?...because i cant! :bad:

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I just checked mine by clicking 'Find Posts' but it only seems to show the last 200 posts, ok for someone with a low post count :shok: My first one was a weather report.

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my first post was,suprisingly about snow and snow pictures, on the 24th January 2007, quickly followed by one which gave a snow depth measurement of 11 centimetres!

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Hi All,

I remember mine, not too technical, just drawing attention to a link from the 10 day weather outlook in relation to a very stark blue cold pooling in Russia. I posted this around 10th September last year feeling very excited that this may be a portent of things to follow.

Perhaps........?

Here in Dublin, the home of Arthur Guinness........we still wish for a white one!

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I have no idea any more, but do doubt it was witty, intelligent and of vital import to the forum.

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I'm not sure of what my first post was but one of my first posts was "It always seems to be 8C in Kilmarnock"

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yes I do remember it well, it was a storm report :cc_confused: I think I posted pictures too.

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Mine was something to do with thunderstorms, I know that much. Then I dissapeared for a few months before using Net Weather more regularly again when the BBC forums well and truly died.

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