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Many thanks to Hans and Kip for many years of an open forum, I'm sure it will continue. :clap:
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alphajet wrote:Many thanks to Hans and Kip for many years of an open forum, I'm sure it will continue. :clap:
Well said. I have absolute trust in CW in that it will continue to be an open, unbiased forum. Long may it continue

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This is my first post as a regular forum-member :) I want to thank my fellow forum-members for all the great support I have received as an administrator over the last few years!
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It has been an honor and a pleasure to work with you these past years my friend. I do hope that we can carry on in a manner that will continue to honor the spirit in which you founded this place.

Please do not be a stranger around here as you shall forever be welcome.

Thank you Hans.
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Hans wrote:This is my first post as a regular forum-member :) I want to thank my fellow forum-members for all the great support I have received as an administrator over the last few years!
Greetings, and welcome. Tell us about yourself. and we do like pictures!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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It's like that bit in Superman II when we see Clark Kent after he's lost all his super powers. :lol:

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Thank you Hans for what you have given us.

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welshlad wrote:It's like that bit in Superman II when we see Clark Kent after he's lost all his super powers. :lol:
That pretty much sums up how I feel right now... :(

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Blimey, you look just like him too! :lol:
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Hi Hans :)
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Kip wrote:I do hope that we can carry on in a manner that will continue to honor the spirit in which you founded this place.

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Kip, how very timely.
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OK it's been a week so what's happening.......... :lol:
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Kip wrote:January 29,2014

Over the next week or so ......
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Excellent news that the forums independence continues
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akirk wrote:
JAG wrote:Quick somebody register CHR.Ward.com lol
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sorry for any spelling or grammar mistakes there will be
you can't ;)
urls are hierarchical:
chr.ward.com is a subdomain of ward.com - not a separate domain
ward.com is already taken ;)

you could do a deal with the owner of that domain to set up the subdomain and point it elsewhere, but you can't separate the registration

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