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Adding A Signature

Post by Vikash » 27 May 2009, 13:31

Howzit, Chris!

I hope you are well, mate 8)

Can you tell me how I can get to my profile page to add a signature? I don't see Profile listed anywhere on the homepage :?

Cheers!

Vik.

PS. Nothing sinister about the signature, by the way... Just something I find quite profound :)
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Re: Adding A Signature

Post by MahlerOO5 » 27 May 2009, 16:36

Click on User Control Options on the menubar

Then click on Profile in the menu that appears down the left side of the screen

Then click on Signature

Make sure it is profound though.... :lol!:
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Re: Adding A Signature

Post by Vikash » 28 May 2009, 06:17

:lol!: It is to me 8)

Thank you, Steve :)
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Re: Adding A Signature

Post by MahlerOO5 » 28 May 2009, 06:29

What happened to her...?
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Re: Adding A Signature

Post by lionofludesch » 28 May 2009, 07:38

Vik - we've been mates on these fora for a long time and no offence intended, but that's b0ll0cks. :roll:
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Post by Vikash » 28 May 2009, 07:44

Alanis' latest offering is an album called "Flavours Of Entanglement". It's good, not great like her first two masterpieces.

I've really related to her after my visit to India a year and a half ago, Steve. I can now understand and feel so many things that I think I denied myself in the past. AM also saw her time in India as life-altering.

India's a country that will teach you lessons about life like no other on the planet will. It's a world in a country. You'll hate it, you'll fall in love with it, you won't have a clue sometimes, you accept and understand that she's simple and cryptic, loving yet sometimes unforgiving... You will never truly figure her out...

The moment I got to Mumbai I wanted to take the next plane out... And yet, of all the countries we'd visited that summer (UAE, Thailand, India, and Egypt) it was India that I missed so much when we touched down in Durban.

I doubt I'll reach the stage Alanis is at, what with her being a vegetarian now, and burning incense every morning, etc. :rolleyes: But, I can relate to her experiences in India and what it has done for me as a person.

The song "Thank U" says it so well...

How about getting off of these antibiotics
How about stopping eating when I'm filled up
How about them transparent dangling carrots
How about that ever elusive kudo

Thank you India
Thank you terror
Thank you disillusionment
Thank you frailty
Thank you consequence
Thank you thank you silence

How about me not blaming you for everything
How about me enjoying the moment for once
How about how good it feels to finally forgive you
How about grieving it all one at a time

Thank you India
Thank you terror
Thank you disillusionment
Thank you frailty
Thank you consequence
Thank you thank you silence

The moment I let go of it was
The moment I got more than I could handle
The moment I jumped off of it was
The moment I touched down

How about no longer being masochistic
How about remembering your divinity
How about unabashedly bawling your eyes out
How about not equating death with stopping

Thank you India
Thank you providence
Thank you disillusionment
Thank you nothingness
Thank you clarity
Thank you thank you silence

Cheers, my friend 8)
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Re: Adding A Signature

Post by Vikash » 28 May 2009, 07:48

lionofludesch wrote:Vik - we've been mates on these fora for a long time and no offence intended, but that's b0ll0cks. :roll:
Is that because you don't understand what those two lines mean, Rich? :)
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Re: Adding A Signature

Post by MahlerOO5 » 28 May 2009, 09:47

Vik

I agree 100% about India, fantastic country, absolutely mind-blowing

I spent 6 months travelling around it in 1988\89, including 6 weeks on a bicycle travelling around Tamil Nadu, Kerala and other southern states.

Although the main highlights were in the South, I also really rated Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Calcutta and Dehli.

Didnt like Kashmir.

I have lots of pre-digital photos I look at from time to time and a detailed diary that I kept. Great memories.

Always promised myself I'd head back but marriage\family\career conformity got in the way.... :morning:

Cheers

Steve
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Post by lionofludesch » 28 May 2009, 16:41

Vikash wrote:
lionofludesch wrote:Vik - we've been mates on these fora for a long time and no offence intended, but that's b0ll0cks. :roll:
Is that because you don't understand what those two lines mean, Rich? :)
There's an element of that. Also, you may not have noticed, but I tend to say things plainly.

I've been to Bombay. It was warm and dark.
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Re: Adding A Signature

Post by Vikash » 30 May 2009, 08:55

MahlerOO5 wrote:Vik

I agree 100% about India, fantastic country, absolutely mind-blowing

I spent 6 months travelling around it in 1988\89, including 6 weeks on a bicycle travelling around Tamil Nadu, Kerala and other southern states.

Although the main highlights were in the South, I also really rated Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Calcutta and Dehli.

Didnt like Kashmir.

I have lots of pre-digital photos I look at from time to time and a detailed diary that I kept. Great memories.

Always promised myself I'd head back but marriage\family\career conformity got in the way.... :morning:

Cheers

Steve
That's the best way to see India (and some other countries)... On a bicycle or on foot wherever you can (although you'll have to dodge all those beetlenut stains on the ground :lol: )

Coincidentally I also thought more of the south than of the north of India (even though my clan come from the north).

My mom will be in India for a month later this year. She plans on doing the temple tour, so somewhat of a pilgrimage for her. Can't wait for her to come back with some interesting stories and a shaved head to match me so everyone will know that's my momma 8)

Rich, I hear you, mate :wink: and I respect that. Just that I like words that are open to interpretation (crazy about Shakespeare :razz: ). I, too, am direct and straightforward most of the time, but I am always wowed by a sentence or two that take you deeper than the literal or singular meaning.

Take care, guys, and have a superfantastic weekend 8)

Vik.
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Post by MahlerOO5 » 30 May 2009, 09:34

The south has more 'pure Hindu' culture which was interesting for me to see.

For some reason the temples in the south are often much more relaxed about non-Hindus going in. There were a few down south where I was allowed into the 'inner sanctum' area (sorry, can't remember the propoer name) while the ceremonies were going on, whereas up north often you werent allowed past the front gate at any time.

I also went to a few Jain temples which were also very interesting
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