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I was looking for a site that had live video chatting so I could practice my ASL while meeting some new people online. This is a great site, wish it was busier. If anyone wants to jump into one of the chat rooms, hmu, I'm willing to give it a shot. :)

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I don't understand where I should write my introduction? do I do than by choosing a New Topic?

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