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Congrats and props to all

Postby Doug Coulter » Fri Sep 24, 2010 5:44 pm

I have to say, this little experiment is turning out well from where I sit. An honest and hearty THANK YOU to all who are making this a real online resource, the good stuff from people who really do things, understand the difference between how it "should be" vs how it is in practice. That's what I wanted, and evidently with very minimal exposure, what a lot of other people wanted to come and see too. We have a lot of members who have not posted yet, but I know there's a lot more good stuff to come. This is one heck of a group -- starting small, but with only the very best.

Thanks from the bottom of my heart for making this what it is already -- and it's still very early times. Of course, feel free to complain to me about how I should be making this better.
That's how the best stuff comes to pass.

Doug
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