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Jim wrote:...All I ask is that you keep doing what you are doing. Keep it friendly, respectful, porn and politics free. This is the fun site to get away from the rest of them...
Yep, we LOVE it here, Jim! I go to a few sites, and will not join because of so much belittling of other members. I actually left one computer forum because of that. Everyone here is great!! Only problem is I spend too much time on it!

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I'm glad I joined up I love me some tin boats "view active topics" browsing !!!
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Thanks for the website. I quit posting my build on other site because of the stupid things going on there.

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That is awesome. =D>
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Hey Jim -- this is really awesome news but it is not surprising at all. I know I come here several times a day just to see what guys are talking about and learn something. I have never been much of a joiner but the guys here are very helpful and kind and I am glad I joined this site. It is especially great to have TinBoats to go to in the winter so you can talk about your boat and fishing with guys when you can't actually get out there...helps get me through to spring. :)

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That is awesome Jim!! I know I like the cleanness of the the site. I know on a few of the other forums I am on there are a few members that when you see a reply from them, you can count on them being rude or derogatory. On TB, i dont expect that at all! love the site and it has made my boat what it is today!

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Best Boss I ever had :mrgreen:

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Brine wrote:Best Boss I ever had :mrgreen:
Thanks! I am doubling your pay starting today. :LOL2:
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Jim wrote:
Brine wrote:Best Boss I ever had :mrgreen:
Thanks! I am doubling your pay starting today. :LOL2:
Got any openings, JIm?? Let's see, two times naught equals.... naught?
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Jim wrote:
Brine wrote:Best Boss I ever had :mrgreen:
Thanks! I am doubling your pay starting today. :LOL2:
Hey...I heard that! I want my pay doubled too! :LOL2:
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Well like so many others have said, this place is awesome
Jim, thank you for starting it. I just wish I could spend more time here. Thanks again to Jim & all of tinboat nation.
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Congrats, Jim! 8) =D>
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=D> Thanks Jim. I really like the the cleanliness of the site myself. I even let my 12 yr old son look at most items witout fear, especially the funny stuff.

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I also visit other similar websites and have to say that the bickering and name calling has caused me to visit less often. I think not allowing political discussions is a major factor in keeping things civil..., this site has become home to me based on the friendliness, sincere caring, and shared common interests of everbody here. It really does feel like I am part of the family when I am here....

To Jim...you ARE the man.....congratulations on such an outstanding sucess...
To the moderators... Thank you as well for helping Jim maintain this awesome website...

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Glad to be a part of the community.... just wish there were some more members from FL and my area on here..... Need to get a sticker for the boat so that others can see it....
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