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    Senior Member Jim_S-V6_2004's Avatar
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    Thank You! To our Admins and Moderator

    It's time for all of us to thank our Administrator Rory and anyone else involved for providing us with these forums, and our moderator Ian D for assisting with our moans and groans and arguments and daily forum management.

    Please add your own thanks to show how many of us all appreciate them.

    So: Rory, thank you from me.

    And Ian, thank you for your patience and assistance.

    And I wish you both and your families a very happy 2019.

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    It can be a thankless task and sometimes has been an uphill struggle, but that’s a rarity these days.

    Cheers Jim and all on here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim_S-V6_2004 View Post
    It's time for all of us to thank our Administrator Rory and anyone else involved for providing us with these forums, and our moderator Ian D for assisting with our moans and groans and arguments and daily forum management.

    Please add your own thanks to show how many of us all appreciate them.

    So: Rory, thank you from me.

    And Ian, thank you for your patience and assistance.

    And I wish you both and your families a very happy 2019.

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    I second this Jim a big thanks to the forum staff from me
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    Absolutely right: Thanks from me too! Much appreciated!
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    The distinct lack of moderation, for the right reasons, is the mark of a great forum and a credit to its members. Well done to all involved and to Ian and Rory for keeping it thus.
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    A big thank you from this owd lad. The forum is an absolute gold mine of information/banter/tips/fixes for problems etc etc. Long may it continue.
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    All the above comments are reciprocated from me too.

    It's a great forum and a very valuable source of information , nice to contribute too.

    Best regards to all, Eddie
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    Morning Guys,
    A big thank you from me too.
    Hope you have a very nice 2019.

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    Absolutely. And as I've actually met Ian in the flesh, I can confirm he is a really nice chap to boot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lost it View Post
    Absolutely. And as I've actually met Ian in the flesh, I can confirm he is a really nice chap to boot.
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    And in my opinion we're very lucky to have him helping us.

    Most moderators draw the line and ban people who get into heated discussions with no further reference to learn the reasons.

    Those forums become dull.

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