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#99277 - 08/04/06 09:29 AM Thank you one and all!
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May I just say how grateful I am for everyones contributions to this forum. The techniques you folks have helped me discover and the thinking you've made me do have really helped me keep up with some of the developments in this industry.

Thank you one and all!
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"This alternating current stuff is just a fad. It is much too dangerous for general use." Thomas Alva Edison
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#99278 - 08/04/06 04:55 PM Re: Thank you one and all!
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Tom:
From one of the 'Jersey Guys'......
You're welcome.

Sharing knowledge asking questions, giving opinions, making friends and aquaintences, and the occasional enemy.... I think that what Mr. Bill has in mind for this site.

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