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posted on Jun, 9 2004 @ 10:15 AM
Hi how is everyone!! I am not new to conspiracy theories but I just have renewed my interest since the next election is coming up!! I don't have any religios beliefs and am generally a conservitive person. My significant other (not gay) doesn't believe in any conspiracies so I don't have anyone else to conversewith this seems like a great forum and can't wait to get involved.

posted on Jun, 9 2004 @ 10:21 AM
Welcome, glad to have you aboard!

posted on Jun, 9 2004 @ 10:25 AM
Welcome to ATS. Check out BTS as well. See you around.

posted on Jun, 9 2004 @ 10:27 AM
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posted on Jun, 9 2004 @ 10:48 AM
Welcome aboard ! Always good to see new faces!

posted on Jun, 9 2004 @ 10:55 AM
World greetings

Edo (Nigeria) Kyo
Edo (Nigeria) [to a person at home] b'wa
Edo (Nigeria) [to a person at work] b'nwn
Efik (Africa) Idem fo
Egyptian (ancient Egypt) Iiti
Egyptian (ancient Egypt) Iiti em hotep
Egyptian (ancient Egypt)[lit. in peace] Em hotep
Egyptian (ancient Egypt)[in great peace] Em hotep nefer
Egyptian (ancient Egypt)[very great peace] Em hotep nefer weret
Egyptian (ancient Egypt)[plural] Yii em hotep
Egyptian (ancient Egypt)[informal] Yeh
Egyptian (ancient Egypt) [to a man] Aw ibek
Egyptian (ancient Egypt) [to a woman] Aw ibetj
Ejagham (Cameroon, Nigeria) Nkuba
Ekegusii (Kenya) [to one person] Imbuya ore?
Ekegusii (Kenya) [to several people] Imbuya more?
Ekegusii (Kenya) [answer by one person] Imbuya ande
Ekegusii (Kenya) [answer by several people] Imbuya tore
Enga (Papua New Guinea) Kotka
English (America, Australia, UK) Hello
English (America, UK) [formal] Good day
English (America) [informal] Hi
English (Australia) G'day
English (Australia) Hiya
English (New Zealand) Gidday
English (Southern USA) [to more than one] Hi y'all
English [Strine dialect] (Australia) Hay gaan
English [Strine dialect] (Australia) Hezza gaan
English [Texan dialect] (Texas USA) Howdy
English [New Oreleans dialect](Lousiana USA) Where ya'at
English [Middle English] (old England) Gode dai
English [Middle English] (old England) Gode dei
English [Old English] (old Britain) Ic grete e
Eora (Australia) Boodyeri kamuru
Erzya (Russia) Shumbrat
[Eskimo, see Alutiiq, Inuktitut, Iupiaq, Kalaallisut and Yup'ik]
Esperanto (international use) Saluton
Esselen (Big Sur California USA) Saleki asatsa
Estonian (Estonia) Tervist
Estonian (Estonia) Tere
Estonian (Estonia) Tau
Estonian (Estonia) [to a person working] Judu
Estonian (Estonia) [to a person working] Tere judu
Estonian (Estonia) [to a person working] Judu tle
Estonian (Estonia) [reply when working] Tarvis
Estonian [Old Estonian] (old Estonia) Terveh
Eton (Cameroon) M t wa kon
Eton (Cameroon) M t wa kone
Eton (Cameroon) [to other side of street] M t wa kone wale
Eton (Cameroon) [reply] Kiri mbang
[Euskara, see Basque]
Even (Russia) Torova
w (Ghana, Togo) Nilyenia
w (Ghana, Togo) [response] Mile
w (Ghana, Togo) Wayzo
w (Ghana, Togo) Fien
w (Ghana, Togo) [to a person working] Ayekoo
w (Ghana, Togo) [to a group working] Aanyekoo
Ewondo (Cameroon) Mbebekiri
Ewondo (Cameroon) Mbemb kidi

And that's just the Es.

posted on Jun, 9 2004 @ 07:15 PM
Hello, GoddessSekhmet!
enjoy the site cya around
if you need any help send me a u2u


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