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Message 1008536 - Posted: 26 Jun 2010, 7:17:18 UTC

It is easy to say when things are not going well, it is someone elses fault. When we are here at Seti, we all have something in common whether you admit it or not.

We are here to Find ET. In looking at things that are Archived and something that not everyone looks at. I ran across this.

SETI@home Arthur C Clarke tribute page

I bring this up because, it not always easy to see what is in front of you. Or Hunny have you seen my watch? Actually, it was where you took it off and for some reason your mind hide it from you.

I see complaints about outages, or extended outages and people have ignored that NITPCKR is finally starting and going to take a bunch of resources.

In all the things I know and have experienced with Seti, there is not a finer group that you could be associated with. Together "WE" have worked through many things (good and bad). Seti and "we" are still here, togehter "we" can find ET.



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Message 1008539 - Posted: 26 Jun 2010, 7:25:24 UTC

Nicely said, Pappa.

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Message 1008572 - Posted: 26 Jun 2010, 11:14:54 UTC

Here here!!

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