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I have grown tired

of dark and gloomy thinking

time to move on now....


Trolls and paranoids

tales told of nut sack torture

I've seen enough of...


Good folks and good thoughts

my friends here I will miss you

time to go, good bye.


Unc D

-- Uncle Deedah (, February 18, 1999


Ahhh, Unc, you don't mean that, do ya? I was just starting to appreciate your wit (and liking it!). Come on now, hang 'round a while, won't ya??? <:(((=

-- Sysman (, February 18, 1999.

Understand the feeling but REAL sorry to see you go.

Drop by now and then.


-- Chuck, night driver (, February 18, 1999.

Already fadi..n..g...

-- Integrator (, February 18, 1999.

Unc, tell me, oh please,

That it's early a.m. blues

make you want to leave. :-(


Please reconsider,

Many friends here do abound,

Don't be a stranger.


If you need a break

We understand why that is,

Come back again soon :)

-- Tricia the Canuck (, February 18, 1999.

You and me both, Unc, this Forum has deteriorated markedly in the last couple of months - ces't la vie.

Hope to bump into you in cyberspace down the road.

Good luck, Andy

-- Andy (, February 18, 1999.

Hey Uncle Albert,

When the legend(anyone out there want to deny HIS legendry status?) left you said he would die early next Jan because he quit. you bail before the firs shot is fired. How sad. Now go fiddle about.

-- Tommy (, February 18, 1999.

Sorry you feel that way, Uncle Deedah, but I do understand. Will you come back from time to time and give us the enjoyment of your thoughts?

-- Old Git (, February 18, 1999.

Please say you will be back after a needed mental break. I for one have enjoyed your wit and MUCH needed humor. This place has changed, and not for the better. Too many nutcases. And to 'Tommy' I would point out that it is easy to harp on others, but hard to make them laugh.

-- ........ (, February 18, 1999.

Wellll - I don't know about harping on others. Doesn't it depend on how much they bend and how tightly you string them along?

Sir Uncle - Jean and I thank you for your kind thoughts. Keep in touch - we will stay available.

-- Robert A. Cook, P.E. (Kennesaw, GA) (, February 18, 1999.

Sad Goodbye... :-(

-- Sharon in Texas (, February 18, 1999.

Thanks for the great memories Uncle.

Will miss the terse comments. Consider coming back at at later date please!


-- Diane J. Squire (, February 18, 1999.

Goodbye, will be missed here.

-- Tim (, February 18, 1999.

well, Okay, but don't be a stranger!

and you and Mrs Deedah be careful!


-- Arlin H. Adams (, February 18, 1999.

"tales told of nut sack torture "

Damn Unc, I must have missed that you remember the thread (I know the author must be TTF)...

-- a (a@a.a), February 18, 1999.

No aaaa, I believe he means Invar's JBD saga.

Uncle, I'm sad to see you leave :-( Not just because I'll miss your good contributions, but because I'm afraid that if you can't take this change in the forum, you might have lotsa problems down the road... :-( Gotta go with the changes Unc, and adapt...

-- Chris (, February 18, 1999.

Chris said, "Gotta go with the changes Unc, and adapt..."

Chris, isn't that what is wrong with America today?? We let too many freedoms slip away...

Uncle Deedah, been there, done that. Came back. I'm sure you will, too! :-)

-- Gayla Dunbar (, February 18, 1999.

I'm gonna miss you Uncle. I'll keep looking for you and keep an extra plate set at the table. Take care.


-- margie mason (, February 18, 1999.

Classy farewell, Uncle.

Watch out for low-flyin' crazies! Be safe and well, you and yours.

-- Donna Barthuley (, February 18, 1999.

Farewell, Unc. Have thoroughly enjoyed your company here. You'll be sorely missed. Hope you and Jean stay safe and hope to meet you both sometime on the other side. Blessings.

-- Mac (, February 18, 1999.

Gayla, I didn't mean it in that sense. Y2K has brought and will bring changes, we must be mentally prepared for changes and act according to our own concience. I didn't mean to sit there placidly and take the punches ;-)

-- Chris (, February 18, 1999.

See you later Unc! Anyone else catch that TTFN sign-off?

ta ta FOR NOW. I think he will be back .

-- Tigger (ti@double, February 18, 1999.

Chris, I knew that wasn't what you meant. Just "razzing" you a little since I spared your life in the duel. ;-)

Hey, Mac! I thought Jean belonged to Robert? I gotta quit being obnoxious today. Must be this forum. :-)

-- Gayla Dunbar (, February 18, 1999.

More typically, Miss Gayla, fathers belong to their daughters.

-- Robert A. Cook, P.E. (Kennesaw, GA) (, February 18, 1999.

Aaaagh! You're abso-too-lee right. Apologies to Unc, Robert (P.E.), and most of all Jean. Unc had a "Neph" on here for a time, but that was only in jest, as I recall (like my memory is all that reliable. :-{) Sorry, folks.

-- Mac (, February 18, 1999.

Mac, Unc's nephew is still here, but posting under another name. One day a while back, Unc "rediscovered" him. :-)

-- Gayla Dunbar (, February 18, 1999.

Good eye Tigger! TTFN is indeed ta ta for now! I missed that :-)

Gayla look over there --------------------------->

*throws a wet fruitcake at Gayla*



-- Chris (, February 19, 1999.

Sooooo loooooooong, Uncle Deedah!

-- Guess who? (?????@????.???), February 19, 1999.

hee hee thats funny!

-- thats funny (hee@hee.hee), February 19, 1999.

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