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Re: in the begining

Postby new kid » 28 Jun 2012, 20:13

new kid wrote:hopefully all the creativity as far as concern the moderators ,that tried to set up a column topic in english .for foreign members or just members that they would like to communicate in english DROPPED DOWN....:(
Many of my friends abroad will be pleased to participate this topic ,but they ve read responces of some members and were a little bit disappointment....
so ..ladies or gentlemen if your intensions were to set a group of foreign members that they could develop helpfull technical advices or friendly partitions on this site why you did set it?



the ...mother of kitsos ...and rest bullshits ...is not a good idea!
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Re: in the begining

Postby Billie » 28 Jun 2012, 20:43

new kid wrote:hopefully all the creativity as far as concern the moderators ,that tried to set up a column topic in english .for foreign members or just members that they would like to communicate in english DROPPED DOWN....:(
Many of my friends abroad will be pleased to participate this topic ,but they ve read responces of some members and were a little bit disappointment....
so ..ladies or gentlemen if your intensions were to set a group of foreign members that they could develop helpfull technical advices or friendly partitions on this site why you did set it?


Hello and welcome!
A subforum (and not only just a thread) was set up with the creation of the site a few years ago. Unluckily, there haven't been a lot of non-Greek speaking members (you are actually the second non-Greek person registered in the forum that I know of). This particular topic has begun as a joke between the members, as the subforum had remained without a post for quite a long time. If you are interested in talking with other members, I would propose that you started a new thread/topic. I'm sure that a lot of people would reply in a serious manner. I know that another foreign member had posted in a Greek language subforum of all things and he had received a few answers.
For whatever questions, feel free to pm me.
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Re: in the begining

Postby nfot » 28 Jun 2012, 21:46

I think that "new kid" is Greek in fact, or at least, English isn't his or her mother language.
Anyway, we 'll be glad to hear - read - chat, with non Greek speaking people, especially if Triumph motorcycles is their passion also.
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Re: in the begining

Postby new kid » 29 Jun 2012, 05:34

nfot wrote:I think that "new kid" is Greek in fact, or at least, English isn't his or her mother language.
Anyway, we 'll be glad to hear - read - chat, with non Greek speaking people, especially if Triumph motorcycles is their passion also.




What makes you think im greek?
Or its just an assuming of yours?( shall i call you mr sherlock holmes from now on, or what?)
Greeks ....you always know about everything!
its amazing dude!its amazing!
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Re: in the begining

Postby nfot » 29 Jun 2012, 07:30

new kid wrote:
nfot wrote:I think that "new kid" is Greek in fact, or at least, English isn't his or her mother language.
Anyway, we 'll be glad to hear - read - chat, with non Greek speaking people, especially if Triumph motorcycles is their passion also.




What makes you think im greek?
Or its just an assuming of yours?( shall i call you mr sherlock holmes from now on, or what?)
Greeks ....you always know about everything!
its amazing dude!its amazing!


It's just an assumption of mine of course, since Greeks mainly visit the site. Anyway, this isn't the point.
You are more than welcome, together with the friends you mention.
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Re: in the begining

Postby new kid » 30 Jun 2012, 02:28

nfot wrote:
new kid wrote:
nfot wrote:I think that "new kid" is Greek in fact, or at least, English isn't his or her mother language.
Anyway, we 'll be glad to hear - read - chat, with non Greek speaking people, especially if Triumph motorcycles is their passion also.




What makes you think im greek?
Or its just an assuming of yours?( shall i call you mr sherlock holmes from now on, or what?)
Greeks ....you always know about everything!
its amazing dude!its amazing!


It's just an assumption of mine of course, since Greeks mainly visit the site. Anyway, this isn't the point.
You are more than welcome, together with the friends you mention.


Invitation to join this forum is acceptable and it will be taken under consideration...mate!
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Re: in the begining

Postby nfot » 30 Jun 2012, 10:05

Cheers mate :thumbsup:
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