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Folks I haven't been posting on here much recently anyway, and I probably will be taking an ever longer hiatus from posting for a while.  A lot of things going on right now and I'm going to be busy.  But I did want to tell all of you I have always appreciated what you write in here, and you are an important part of this community.  Keep it up, and if you are out and about and see me, please say hello.  I promise I won't divulge your identity.  God bless you all!!!

Mike Riddle



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