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Walking through the park and reminiscing....

#1
Reminiscing. Even that is a 4 syllable word Jason....
Anyway I was browsing through some forum posts of old... Seems like when the forum first started maybe some posts were --- shall we say --- prompted?? Wink I mean, a brand new forum and some softball informative type posts by posters who only post once or twice then they're gone.... So I was intrigued by posters' names on the first ever page. What can I say, I'm bored today. Probably because I have a LOT of important work to do and this is how I avoid it.

Then I played around and looked at all the information on here, you can see when people joined and how many times they posted, seems like we have a few regulars, but a lot of people cruise through and get the answer they need then move on. It's great if we can help someone solve a problem! But I sure would like to get more people talking and more problems solved. If I had any friends I'd ask them to join...

One embarrassing thing I noticed is I often have the last post on a thread so my username shows up way too much as the last poster.... I do like chatting.... Chatty Cathy here... Maybe that's why over 1/3 of all posts are mine (insert shocked smilie here!!! ) And before you guys start picking on me you better look at how many posts you have, there's a couple of you not far behind!

So there you are. A basically worthless, off-topic post, that did nothing for you but it did get me one more post closer to 500!!!

(No animals were harmed in the creation of this post. No five syllable words were used either. Rats! )
JD Grafton
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#2
Yes I agree. I was thinking the same thing. So for my last post two things happened differently:
1) I sent the crack post to my local Koester sales rep / Mentor.
2) Wagner tweeted the post out to their feed and I am now RT it.

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#3
You know.... That number 2 statement I completely am lost on... Wagner tweeted their feed and you are RT it?

In the winter I have some beautiful cardinals at my feeder that tweet their feed but I don't RT anything.

RT = right turn?
Reply tortoise?
Really tight? Are you really tight on it? Like you are watching it closely? Is that what it means?

I'm lost. IL I guess.... Sad
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#4
RT = Re Tweet, you take someone else's tweet and send it to your followers on twitter.

@WagnerMeters Wagner Meters
@evan_adams asks an interesting question on the concrete moisture measurement forum http://bit.ly/pACQru Anyone want to chime in?
5 hours ago via TweetDeck
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#5
I got my money on Jason.
Stephen Perrera dba
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#6
Cool So I truly appreciate that Stephen thinks I'm smart enough to think far enough ahead to plant questions on the forum...Thanks! Big Grin

JD anyone that can pull out an 11 sylable word deserves a tip of the hat. I always appreciate both of you and you insightful posts, please keep it up!

I do have one link that I would like you to both look at on linkedin and give honest input if you have time:

http://www.linkedin.com/groupAnswers?viewQuestionAndAnswers=&discussionID=65498162&gid=3724612&commentID=48603529&trk=view_disc

Thanks

Jason
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#7
I hate linkedin discussions. Can't read them. Sad
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#8
Which one? There's so much ho·mo·ge·neous·ness in there. Oh my a four syllable word ha ha Cool
Stephen Perrera dba
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#9
homogeneousness??? Six syllables? You are the master... I digress.... Tongue
JD Grafton
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#10
Ha Ha and I can't count syllables so we're even. Wait a second, thats five. lol
Stephen Perrera dba
Top Floor Installation Co.
http://www.tucsonazflooring.com
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