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Hi everyone, I'm TY from united states. I have been surfing the net lately and from what I have looked at here this will be a great place to hang out, I hope to learn from others here and also contribute if need arises. Thank you all!! 

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Welcome, TY!  Could you tell us a bit more about yourself, what your experiences are, what fields(s) of detecting interests you, what state you live in, etc?

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Welcome to the forum TY from SoCal!

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