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Bonjour from Oregon
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Aug 27 2010, 5:23 am - By Remi

Hello, I have been lurking around here for a while. I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has contributed to this site and forums. This, along with a few other forums, made me realize how possible this is and gave me the drive to pursue it now when I truly need it. I just closed on a 2001 HR Endevour and pick it up this weekend. I then start selling stuff off and move in.About me? A mid-30s guy who got caught up in the "career" thing until it almost killed him, did kill a couple co-workers, and finally realized he had stopped actually "living" long ago. Now, I am takin the plunge into full timing and plan to learn to live again and break away from the corporate world.Thanks again everyone :D

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Aug 27 2010, 7:05 am - Replied by: KevsKnight

Welcome to NuRVers Remi! Glad you found us here!

Congrats on figuring it out early. You are on an adventure of a lifetime :)


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Aug 27 2010, 7:33 am - Replied by: Technomadia

Greetings!  Great to welcome other OSX addicts to the road :)  Congrats on escaping, sounds like you've have a strong dose of reality inspiring you. 
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Aug 27 2010, 2:14 pm - Replied by: Remi

Thanks for the welcome. I probably should have done this years ago. I grew up knowing about not having debt as a key to security and such, but somehow still got pulled into corporate he'll & most of the unnecessary stuff that goes with it. I can't tell you how relieved I am to be actively working to leave it behind. A bit shell shocked in some ways, knowing I have to break some habits that are as much as 15 years old, but more than worth it :DAnd OS X rocks. I fight touching MS stuff like the plague and have since Apple released OS X Public Beta. I bought my own first PowerMac the day it came out and there's been no turning back since. Even Linux, my #1 forbears has become & remains #2. And I can't wait to see what new wild patents the boys from Cupertino come up with next.---- temporarily pausing geek gushing here, I really should talk to Apple about becoming a roving evangelist for them, lol ----

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