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  1. #46
    This is for the party responsible for the hack.

    I know you will read this, your ego will not allow otherwise.

    I feel sorry for you. I feel sorry for your parents.

    If not for computers I would feel sorry for your wingless fly's

    and your abused pets and girlfriends which in your minds are the same.

    I suggest you focus you talents elsewhere.



    Surely ,your actions here are apparent in the rest of your day to day

    activities. So I feel sorry for all who know you on a personal level.

    Hope you find the help your seeking.

    Per
    Last edited by Ken Salisbury; 07-29-2006 at 5:59 AM.
    "all men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night....wake in the day to find that it was vanity; but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, to make it possible."
    T.E. Lawrence

  2. #47
    Thank you Aaron, That was a long 2+ days without the Creek. Thanks for a great job getting us back and operational.
    "When we build, let us think that we build forever." - Ruskin

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    A big thanks to Aaron for being SMC's hazmat team and cleaning up the creek!

    Oh, and another small donation was sent - today was a good reminder of what SMC and everyone here contribute to life.
    Thanks for keeping SMC such a great resource and gathering place.

    Thanks again, Wes

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    "OK John, put down the whiskey bottle and that pain medication! It's all better now! "

    Whew...That was a close one! Another day of that and they'd have me a first class room at the funny farm!!!

    Thanks Aaron!!! Greatly appreciate you getting things back up and running!!!
    Cheers,
    John K. Miliunas

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  5. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by Per Swenson
    This is for the party responsible for the hack.

    I know you will read this, you ego will not allow otherwise.

    I feel sorry for you. I feel sorry for your parents.

    If not for computers I would feel sorry for your wingless flys

    and your abused pets and girlfreinds which in your minds are the same.

    I suggest you focus you talents elsewhere.

    Life is truly to short to be considered an ass all your life.

    Surely ,your actions here are apparent in the rest of your day to day

    activities. So I feel sorry for all who know you on a personal level.

    Hope you find the help your seeking.

    Per

    Hey Per,
    Don't hold back. Tell him how you realy feel.

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    Boy am i glad the CREEK is BACK. I missed my fix. Thanks to you Aaron, you just gave me my SANITY BACK! THANK_YOU.

    William Lewis

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    I was reading the forum when it went down. And after desperately clicking the SawMill Creek link too many times over the last two days it occurred to me that perhaps I need to get a life.

    Soooo...... I really searched and searched for a new life. And I wasn't getting close, when all of a sudden I clicked my mouse button and here everyone was once again. I now have a life and don't need to search for an alternative.

    Thanks so much Aaron!!
    Don

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    What a beautiful sight!!!!!!!!!!!

    No better way to describe it Bob! Talk about a severe case of the DTs. What a great relief it was to see the creek flowing again. I pound my gray matter daily trying to design "better mouse traps" and the one thing I look forward to at the end of a day, is getting home and taking a dip in the creek. It's a really great place to be. Everyone is civil and more than helpful to one another. Plus Woodworking is a much beloved topic. Aaron my sincere thanks for getting things back up and "flowing" again". The "shakes" have almost subsided.
    Mikee

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    Thanks for what you do Aaron!
    Ken

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    Thanks for the hard work Aaron!!!!!

    Glad to see the sight is back and running.
    He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the very last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans
    nope! send him/her to the ozarks
    Let me know when. Wouldn't mind helping with a little Southern hospitality.

    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans
    nope! send him/her to the ozarks
    tod...........just send the person to me.....I'll take them on a little jaunt down the infamous Slate Creek.......off the North Fork of the Clearwater River.
    Ken

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    Hey, Tod
    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans
    nope! send him/her to the ozarks
    You forgot the most important descriptor of all - it.

    My thanks as well to Aaron - and whomever else - for doing a great job of maintaining our little bend in the river.

    Go have a double scoop of Mint Chocolate Chip and follow it up with a beer chaser or two. Or three! You earned it.
    Only the Blue Roads

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    Thanks for the hard work. The shakes are beginning to subside.
    Alan Turner
    Philadelphia Furniture Workshop

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    Many thanks Aaron, I missed the Creek, but I did turn some pens today.

    Earl

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