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  1. #11

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    Re: Disaster Aftermath

    Oh yeah!!! I'm so happy that this forum is back up. Although I don't post all the time, I read it just about every day.

    Tom & Brian...thank you so much for all your effort. It is very much appreciated.

    Regards,

    Mike

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    Re: Disaster Aftermath

    Tom and Brian - thanks so much for all your hard work!

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    Re: Disaster Aftermath

    Thanks very much to all concerned for their dedication to this site. It is greatly appreciated.

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    Re: Disaster Aftermath

    Thanks many times over. I'm sure that many hours went into bring it back online.

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    Re: Disaster Aftermath

    Great work! Now that the forum is back up I can stop prowling around on eBay!

    Thanks!
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    Re: Disaster Aftermath

    great to have you back.

    lee\c

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    Re: Disaster Aftermath

    You know that all you have to do is ask and I bet 1000 people here would each kick in $5 towards more hardware.

    Heck, to me you're worth a lot more than that.

    Thanks,
    Frank

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    Re: Disaster Aftermath

    Thanks for all the work Tom, Brian, and anyone else who was involved. INot having this forum available for a few days made me realize how much I enjoy it and learn from it.
    Brian Ellis
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    a mile away and you'll have their shoes.

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    Re: Disaster Aftermath

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Ellis
    Thanks for all the work Tom, Brian, and anyone else who was involved. INot having this forum available for a few days made me realize how much I enjoy it and learn from it.
    I wonder how many of us got more work done though... :-)
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    Re: Disaster Aftermath

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Petronio
    You know that all you have to do is ask and I bet 1000 people here would each kick in $5 towards more hardware.

    Heck, to me you're worth a lot more than that.

    Thanks,
    Frank

    Great idea. Let's up the donation to $10 each.

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