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Just browsed the 2018 calendar and want to thank John for continued great work coordinating our GBs.

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Ditto

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Fine work, John. I've enjoyed the last 6 months' projects.

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Good call, cheers for all you support John, we all appreciate the work you and all the mods do.

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thanks John for all the help and general guidance you've given and Merry Christmas
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...and thank you for supporting our sometimes slightly quirky GB proposals :grin:

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Hear hear on all the above.
The index makes it so much easier to see how long since the last GB of the same subject. Outstanding work.

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Many thanks for all your hard work keeping us on track, Mr Ratz!

Happiest of holiday seasons to you & yours,

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Kitaholic wrote:
Hear hear on all the above.
The index makes it so much easier to see how long since the last GB of the same subject. Outstanding work.


Wot he says! :-D

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iggie wrote:
Kitaholic wrote:
Hear hear on all the above.
The index makes it so much easier to see how long since the last GB of the same subject. Outstanding work.


Wot he says! :-D

Ditto from me.


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A very valid point Dave. Thank you John!

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I totally agree with all the comments. A huge thank you for all your efforts John.

All the best.

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Agreed. Thanks for everything you do John. It's always much appreciated.

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I can but agree with all that has been said here, John, many thanks for your efforts and all the best for Christmas and the New Year.

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