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Old 10-18-2014, 05:33 PM   #1
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I guess this is a little out of the ordinary, there are lots here that do a very good job of helping to troubleshoot a myriad of (mainly) computer related issues and I commend them all.

But occasionally, we find someone taking that little bit more effort and I think these people deserve a bit of a special thankyou.

I know we usually do these things on round numbers but if I waited, I'd forget.

Masterchiefxx17 has written 132 articles, (by my count) and over the last few months his dedication to the articles section has been astounding!

Well done Chief! and keep em comin!
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Old 10-18-2014, 06:27 PM   #2
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Old 10-18-2014, 06:38 PM   #4
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Thanks Dave! I surely wasn't expecting this post!

The same thank you goes out to you (Dave) and John, as without both of you there wouldn't be anyone to edit .

I'd have to wait for Flight to show up.
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Thanks.

The number was 162 by the way, not 132.
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I must echo this accolade, as I have received invaluable information from articles here.
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Thanks.

The number was 162 by the way, not 132.
I know it is, but I wasn't going to correct you.

Either way, thank you again!
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Great work indeed chief, and the rest of the crew
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Nice work there MC well done.
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Great work Chief!

Feeling kind of guilty of not being able to put up new stuff like I used to.
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