With Thanksgiving coming here in the US tomorrow, I wanted to take a moment to express my gratitude to everyone on the forum here for their time, energy, and thoughts. It's sometimes been a rough and maddening half-year, but I'm very glad to have had the opportunity to think, discuss, and debate both our tools and industry here -- and with such a high signal to noise ratio.
I've gotten a lot of value out of the content of the forum, but the opportunities to connect with you all and get to know you and your perspectives better holds far more value for me.
My thanks again to all the contributors here. I'm looking forward to continuing all these conversations as the the industry evolves.
Cheers, and happy Thanksgiving!
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Excellent sentiments Walter. The value in the varied and informed opinions makes it much easier for me to make balanced decisions. The heat comes from passion and life would be so beige if we didn't have passion for our work and the opinions we hold.
Hi David, Walter and you all .
We don't have this Thanksgiving holiday down here in Brazil but I know how important it is for you because I lived in US for a short period of 1,5 year.
So, have a nice holiday along your family, enjoy the turkey and pray for good days for your future.
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happy thanks giving sirs - highly enlightening vibrant forum this be, I've read and been informed by some of the best stuff on both sides. I still refer people to some of lawrence's stuff on absolute time. that tickled the brain bone no end.
mind you, I do rather fear to look back at the litany of tub thumping posts on my own part..