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Started by Geekyfanboy, March 23, 2007, 06:36:59 PM

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I just wanted to say Thank you very much. Thank you for being such a great group of people. People on this forum have become like extended family members. I have made some lasting friendships. I "lurk" on a lot of groups and fourms but this is the only one that I post on a regular bases. First thing in the morning I check my email and this forum. Before I go to bed I check my email and this forum. I spend many hours on this forum enjoy everyone's company. You guys are great!!!  :cheers


Thankyou Kenny for all your efforts on the site. You post so much Sci-fi information that I would probably not hear otherwise. Everyday, you have hunted down some new sci-fi news, and have kept everyone greatly informed about what is happening. I agree as well, every one on this board is very friendly, and I look forward to hearing what others have to say on the different topics posted. I am hoping someday we all might get a chance to meet, like mentioned in other threads, maybe a meetup in Las Vegas at the Star Trek experience.


I thank you to Startrekfanatic you rock!
"He can't act out of a cardboard box"- Rick Moyer

"I know the answer now sometimes the doctor must look at this planet and look at it in shame" -Gwen Cooper


Kenny, you and Rico make this a great place because of your effort and love for Sci Fi.  I appreciate everyone on the board.  It is a rare place indeed!  here's to ya'll  :cheers

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Oh Kenny :'( You really are the coolest. We love ya big man
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I feel the same way Kenny! Thanks to you and Rico for making this forum a great place to hang out with like-minded, friendly individuals.
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