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#35991 - 03/26/04 02:56 PM Things Happen in Threes
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"Things Happen in Threes"

Ever hear that expression?

My pleasure to announce another Member has agreed to take the plunge into Moderatordom (?)

Bjarney (Scott F.) will join Trumpy in the Occupational Safety Area, helping to make our world a safer place!


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#35992 - 03/26/04 03:03 PM Re: Things Happen in Threes
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That is great, Bjarney provides a lot of experience, knowledge and great links.

On top of that his posts crack me up, we seem to have the same sense of humor.

Bob
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#35993 - 03/26/04 04:50 PM Re: Things Happen in Threes
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Bjarney good to have you aboard. I agree with Bob, and I must say, you keep me rolling with laughter too.

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#35994 - 03/26/04 05:53 PM Re: Things Happen in Threes
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Yaaay!!
Bjarney,
Your knowledge, experience, and great sense of humor have been a source of both learning and fun for me and many others.
Yaaay!!

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#35995 - 03/26/04 06:43 PM Re: Things Happen in Threes
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Congratulations Scott. I muist agree with the others about your personality, but I would also like to add that I have learned a tremendous lot of knowledge from your posts. Thanks, and keep up the good work.
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#35996 - 03/26/04 10:00 PM Re: Things Happen in Threes
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Thanks, folks. As to why ‘Bjarney’, I go by Scott face-to-face, but there were a number of Scott's already here when I first signed on.

I'm looking forward to helping Trumpy in the Occupational Safety forum.

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#35997 - 03/26/04 10:24 PM Re: Things Happen in Threes
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Hey Bjarney,
Thanks heaps for offering to give me a hand over in the Occupational Safety Area.
Guy's this fella is the MAN, as far as Safety goes and I look forward to working in with him on a level field.
And with one aim, Safety!.
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#35998 - 03/27/04 01:32 AM Re: Things Happen in Threes
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Congratulations Scott!

I too have learned a lot from you, particularly with regard to the historical development of distribution systems in the United States.

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