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#45611 3-Nov-2009 17:58
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In what I thought was the vast knowledge base that I called my brain, I seem to have one or two holes. Actually truth be told it probably looks a bit more like swiss cheese in there rather than a brain. In fact I blame you all for this epiphany (I really love spell-checkers!) as after only 2 weeks of consistent geekzone forum crawling I've come to the conclusion that I am not the smartest man around. Maybe I'm the smartest man around my 66 yo mother or my cat or a kids toy (maybe not a kids toy actually - they always manage to trip me up at 3 in the morning! Crafty little sods). 
Anyway what I was trying to get round to saying was this forum has a ton of good gen. There are some very clued up people out there. 

To  those who consistently help myself and others with these "knowledge holes" without a trace of superiority or sarcasm regardless how inane or obvious my questions may appear.

Thanks you guys and girls.

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#269709 3-Nov-2009 18:08
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  #269727 3-Nov-2009 19:17
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You're welcome - Our society seems to complain 10 times more than we appreciate. Dedicated helpful people need more appreciation. I've see too many good people getting door-matted - taken for granted.
Sorry - just realized I'm soap boxing!

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