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Happy New Year!

   Thread Started December 26 at 2:43AM

This has been a crazy, chaotic year and while I have learned a great deal from these forum discussions I am pleased to announce any value I can add to, or take from, these debates has come to an end. Many thanks to those among you who delivered considered points for lively discussion. It was a worthwhile endeavour in my opinion.

See you on the other side and Happy New Year one and all!!

I like bacon
because it tastes good.

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RE: Happy New Year!

Reply on December 26, 2017 05:32 AM
No, glo, don't go! We'll miss your articulate arguments.


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