I Like the "Like" Feature

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    I Like the "Like" Feature

    Not sure this deserves a thread with comment but do want to tell the powers that be that the "like" feature is a lot of fun. It's nice to be able to give someone a deserving "atta-boy" for astute, enlightening, or humorous posts. It requires thought and effort to make great comment and the "like" is a validation of members' efforts. There are lots of deserving folks who populate the Forum too.

    It's a bit of a bummer to be on forums where there is no "like" feature.

    Here's a "like" to the Forum team for providing the "like" feature.
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    And there's some" likes" to you Bryon.'never read a post by you I couldn't " like" or identify with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glockman10mm View Post
    And there's some" likes" to you Bryon.'never read a post by you I couldn't " like" or identify with.
    To the both of you, I appreciate the level-headedness and wealth of information you bring to the forum.
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    I would also appreciate a "Bug Wit's Opinion" button, but alas, people here are civil.

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    Gman, you along with some other fine folks here are the one's I'd want to ride the river with!
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    I give Gman a like each time I glance down and read his Sig.
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    Kum-bi-ya....


    j/k, it is a nice feature that I wish other boards had.
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    What's that? Oh yeah, I don't get very many of those. Good thing there is no (hate button).
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