19 Years With Tech Support Guy

blues_harp28

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Congratulations Frank, a day late for me as I was searching the staff room for tea and cakes. :whistle:
Keep up the good work. (y)
 

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excellent , congratulations , often following your post , always very informative.
 

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Mike
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Wow, Frank! Thanks for all of the time and effort you've put into helping people on this site. Even if they never reply, I know they appreciate it -- and I sure do, too! I'm also looking forward to your 20. :)
 

flavallee

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Yikes! There's no way I want to live another 19 years! :eek:
As fiercely independent as I am, when I can no longer function for myself, I'll be ready for a long sleep. ⚰
 

LauraMJ

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My my.....time does go by quickly! Thanks so much for all you've done here!
 

flavallee

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Thanks, Laura.
Your avatar reminds me that I recently saw the movie "WW 1984".
 

RT

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Frank, the few times we've bumped elbows you have never failed to get my Dell Service Tag Number right.
Now I may have told you the number, but you were always right thereafter! ;) :D :cool:
Cheers mon!(y)
And be sure to be here for the red carpet 20 year Awards Festival on your next anniversary!
(I think Mike has some sort of "Roast" lined up for that one :giggle: )
 

flavallee

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Thanks, RT. :)
It looks like you received your 20-year award about 9 months ago. (y)
 

RT

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Oh, yeah...about that...
CoVid was in full swing then so I got a package that looked fake, and inside was a well sealed item...a dried up pen (or maybe a stylus..} engraved with the initials "TR"
Taped to my fridge as a valued keepsake! ;D
 

Macboatmaster

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CoVid was in full swing then so I got a package that looked fake, and inside was a well sealed item...a dried up pen (or maybe a stylus..} engraved with the initials "TR"
It must have dried up in the postal system.
Mike organised a collection for the pen - I am sure he would have sent a new one, even if he got the initials the wrong way round
 

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