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11 hours ago, xrac said:

Jay,

I am not in the Triangle or even in NC but if I am ever near you I will be sure to hunt you up.  I have really enjoyed your contributions on the forum and wish you the best success.  My prediction is great things for you.  Just don't burn yourself out. 

Thanks! I appreciate that. My best friend's in-laws lives in Evansville and they visit them a few times a year. They've invited us there jokingly but now I have a reason to go!

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