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Hi, I just created a profile, and would just say hello. I come from Denmark, and has been featured in oblivionstate on facebook for some years. I Was invited to create a profile, and here I am now trying to navigate the site :D

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Welcome to the forum Tina, look forward to seeing some reports from yourself, let me know if you need help with anything :thumb

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