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    A big THANK YOU to BrianS and sukispop >>>

    THANKS SO MUCH to BrainS and sukispop who helped this forum going and making it a success. Both of them have decided to move on. Brian will moderate the Dive Watches forum from now on and sukispop wishes to step down and become a regular member again.

    Again, thanks so much guys, for the time and effort you have put into this forum and watchuseek in general. Much appreciated!
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    Re: A big THANK YOU to BrianS and sukispop >>>

    Yes, thanks guys for guiding us along and helping us to learn about these fine watches. Sukispop (Geoff) and I discovered we live down the road (freeway) from one another so we are planning an unofficial WUS get-together at our Ball AD in Napa the day we pick up our Night Trains!! (Photos of that event forthcoming)

    :thanks guys--great job!!
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    Re: A big THANK YOU to BrianS and sukispop >>>

    Personally, I think you guys did a great job and I know your going to love working with the Dive watch forum mods Brian. Geoff, I truly wish you would re-consider staying on as a mod somewhere. We really liked having you and Brian on the team and would hate to lose either of you. You we both excellent assets to the mod squad.

    All the best,
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    Re: A big THANK YOU to BrianS and sukispop >>>

    Thank you BrianS and sukispop!

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    Re: A big THANK YOU to BrianS and sukispop >>>

    Yes, thanks, guys. You did a great job.
    Kindest regards
    Michael

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    Re: A big THANK YOU to BrianS and sukispop >>>

    Thanks guys for great job!

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    Re: A big THANK YOU to BrianS and sukispop >>>

    Quote Originally Posted by bullosa View Post
    Thanks guys for great job!
    Wow. too bad! Great guys!:thanks

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    Re: A big THANK YOU to BrianS and sukispop >>>

    Hear Hear!

    I hope you gents will not be strangers! We all enjoyed your presence here!

    ...needs to update his signature line.
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    Re: A big THANK YOU to BrianS and sukispop >>>

    Good news BrianS & Sukispop.

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    Re: A big THANK YOU to BrianS and sukispop >>>

    I don't post much, but I read all the posts by you guys. Great knowledge and expertise. Essentially everything I wanted to ask to the Dealers in Hong Kong, but none of them could answer me, was answered on her at one time or another.

    After getting over the Panerai craze for the past 2 years, I was astonished at my last visit to HK in August. All of Central and Kowloon are BALL crazy!!

    Even the custom Jeweller that my wife went to way the heck out (in TST) was wearing a BALL.

    Someone mentioned in the Night Train thread why BALL is underappreciated or unrecognized? Just wait!

    It's going to hit North America hard in a few months!

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