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What an excellent choice! Congratulations Faster. I can't think of anyone that will do a better job of moderating than Ron. He is encyclopedic in his knowledge and always willing to help anyone with a question or problem (he's also one of the nicest guys you could ever meet).

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great a new person to suck up to/harass/piss off/drive nuts etc etc

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Great guy for sure. Congrats my Northern Friend.
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Good choice, congrats Ron. You'll do well with this.


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Congratulations

Great choice! Congratulations Faster!
I hope you enjoy your new role.

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Faster is wonderful.... Couldn't have chosen a finer sailor....

Hats off to whomever made that choice....
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Congrats Ron,

I suppose thist will keep you busy during the long winter up there.

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Congrats Faster

Is CD going to turn over the official sailnet moderator grill?

Remember it's not the weight of the grill that will slow you down on the race course it's all the frozen burgers and ribs in the fridge

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