Kudos you have little or no trolls

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Calrid
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Kudos you have little or no trolls

Post by Calrid » January 5th, 2014, 1:36 pm

Well done, I Am liking this forum more and more as days go by I don't think I have found a single one yet. That's impressive and credit where credit due. You may well achieve that best site dream yet. :)

Anyone who knows me knows I seldom throw around compliments, but I have seen nothing but good things on this forum since I've been here, the mods are level headed, it's nice to find an oasis, so pat yourself on the back.

Don't get too complacent though the interweb is a **** hole just like rl. :) :oops: :P

I bet you didn't expect that, but I am genuinely impressed and that hasn't happened in an age. :P

Claps* and not sarcastically either.*

I am not internal affairs or the forum police but after having been on the web ten years, I like to chose a forum carefully. :)

And let's face it moderation is a thankless task, so you need a little love occasionally. ;)

If you have any sense you probably couldn't give a monkeys what I think, but I feel it needed to be said. :)

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Re: Kudos you have little or no trolls

Post by Scott » January 6th, 2014, 7:58 pm

Thank you.
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Calrid
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Re: Kudos you have little or no trolls

Post by Calrid » January 6th, 2014, 8:21 pm

Your welcome, you only usually get attacked, and rightly so, because heavy is the head that wears the crown, but if you do well your orizons and horizons can lift along with your head.

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