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5 Years
« on: May 04, 2009, 10:10:18 AM »
On 22 April 2009 I have had the privilege of being a member on this list for 5 years. Thank you Mitch for hosting this fine effort. Thanks to everyone on this list who keeps it vibrant.

Below are the 22 persons that have been on the member listing the longest.

x Mitch 2004-03-08
  gregpawin 2004-03-08
  Sandra 2004-03-08
x AWK 2004-03-09
x david 2004-03-10
x hmx9123 2004-03-12
  jdurg 2004-03-13
x geodome 2004-03-16
  jmarjorie 2004-04-02
  Scratch- 2004-04-04
x billnotgatez 2004-04-22
  Winga 2004-07-10
x ATMyller 2004-07-20
  movies 2004-07-20
  maxyoung 2004-08-17
  Juan R. 2004-08-24
  kevins 2004-10-10
x limpet chicken 2004-10-14
  Tiger 2004-11-06
  iyc 2004-11-24
  2810713 2005-02-01
x Borek 2005-02-25
 

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Re: 5 Years
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2009, 10:16:15 AM »
It's fun to go back in time and read the earliest posts.  What happened to all those people who don't have an active login?
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Re: 5 Years
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2009, 10:39:48 AM »
jdurg disappeared when he started to work for Pfizer - I suppose he is too busy. At least initially he showed now and then, but it didn't last long.

And it is funny to look at the list bill posted - I suppose it has 22 people just to accomodate me. Compared to some I am a latecomer ;)
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Re: 5 Years
« Reply #3 on: May 04, 2009, 04:33:49 PM »
I'm surprised in turn to see that I'm as old as being on the second page. Where has the time gone? :)

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Re: 5 Years
« Reply #4 on: May 04, 2009, 05:30:15 PM »
The forum has been up since fall 2003. We lost the website when we migrated to a new server, new domain name (chemicalforums.com) and new software package in 2004. Thanks to everybody for participating, I've had a very enjoyable experience over the years in operation.
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Re: 5 Years
« Reply #5 on: May 21, 2009, 12:03:56 PM »
 5 years... ;D

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Toxic exposure
« Reply #6 on: October 12, 2011, 07:09:35 AM »
Hello,
I am contacting experts because I am in a life-threatening situation.  I am being targeted in a hostile work environment and I cannot identify the toxin. It is ordorless, has immediate effect through inhalation, causes cough, foamy sputum, bronchial involvement feels like a chest cold, lungs sometimes hyperinflated, muscle cramps or fatique, dry or achy eyes, sometimes causes heart and lung pain.  Toxic agent dissipates after a few days.  Sometimes seems to be activated by movement. Exposure has a limited range. What could this be??

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Re: Toxic exposure
« Reply #7 on: October 12, 2011, 09:16:59 AM »
Hello,
I am contacting experts because I am in a life-threatening situation.  I am being targeted in a hostile work environment and I cannot identify the toxin. It is ordorless, has immediate effect through inhalation, causes cough, foamy sputum, bronchial involvement feels like a chest cold, lungs sometimes hyperinflated, muscle cramps or fatique, dry or achy eyes, sometimes causes heart and lung pain.  Toxic agent dissipates after a few days.  Sometimes seems to be activated by movement. Exposure has a limited range. What could this be??

First - this thread is not a place to ask this type of the questions.

Second - we can't help you from the distance.

Third - you should immediately seek medical assistance and inform authorities about the problem.

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