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NCbob
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« on: May 29, 2006, 06:00:27 PM »

Y'know guys (and gals) we have the greatest group of knowledegable people here on these boards than has ever been assembled in this country since the invention of the "A" bomb.  No, we're not nuclear physicists, or rocket scientists but there are those out there who quietly offer some of the best advice available.

I had a long, one on one phone discussion with Dallas (well known to all) the other night and I was able to sit back from that conversation with a feeling of 'well done' when the call was finished.

It's a great feeling to know that the majority of the members of this group are more than willing to invest their time in the nurturing of us 'newbies'!  Some of the problems we face, while not unsurmountable, are so strange that we almost allow them to consume our normal thinking processes.

My thanks, again, to Dallas and the rest for tolerating our seemingly teenager, questions and for their patience in leading us to the final solutions.

NCbob
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Dallas
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« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2006, 06:16:29 PM »

Awwww, shucks, Bob,
Twern't nothin' Embarrassed Embarrassed Embarrassed
Besides, there might be a rocket surgeon lurking here somewhere!

There ARE a lot of wonderful people here that are more than willing to go out of their way to help, not just fellow bus nuts, but anyone who needs a hand.
But then turn about is fairplay, at some point I'm going to need some help and I hope it all comes back.

Dallas
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