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Old October 23rd, 2006, 09:31 PM   #1
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The importance of friends and acquaintances!

Sometimes in our pursuit of fame and fortune, we forget those who have helped and assisted us on our way to the top, or maybe less! Not that we need to do anything in particular to acknowledge them per say, but maybe just to acknowledge in our own minds their contributions.

We have all had things go our way that at first we claim full recognition and responsibility for, and then upon retrospect we acknowledge and give credit to those who were invaluable yet behind the scenes. They may be parents, spouses, friends, or just people who wanted to contribute, but they were all there for us. They did not ask for anything, nor did they expect anything. How many times do we wish we could find more of these kind souls when we are involved in a project?

So here is to all of the kind souls who help us out without any expectations or demands. This business would die without these people who help us out without the contracts and payments.

Kudos to all!

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Old October 23rd, 2006, 09:35 PM   #2
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Hear, hear! I'd like to buy a Shiner Bock for everyone who has donated their time and abilities to helping me make ideas a reality in the past.

If only I could remember them all.... :)
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Old October 24th, 2006, 01:27 AM   #3
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Hear, hear! I'd like to buy a Shiner Bock for everyone who has donated their time and abilities to helping me make ideas a reality in the past.

If only I could remember them all.... :)
Hey, if you're buying the Shiner Bock, I'm there. (grin)

Going to be passing through your state later this week on a drive back from North Carolina. Will probably overnight it in Knoxville or thereabouts.

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