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  1. #1
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    Remembering mdwatts

    Missed and remembered always.
    cybergal
    open mind, open source, open cars

    Registered Linux User 299372 http://counter.li.org

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybergal
    Missed and remembered always.
    cybergal
    QFT

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    Wow, I almost started crying when I saw the name! MD will always be remembered! Great person, very helpfull! We miss you, MD!
    Linux is more friggin' addictive than caffeine.

    Confidence is what you feel when you do not truly understand the situation (or question).

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    I always have to double take what my eyes tell me when I see that name pop up...

    Gone, but never forgotten...

    Figure it would not hurt to link the original thread for those that may have overlooked it.
    "Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it's time to pause and reflect."

    -Mark Twain

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    In memory

    very odd

    after four years his helpfulness with my first fumblings in linux and his sad departure prompted me to do a google on him. By coincidence within days - of the anniversary of his death.

    Some people live on in the memory because of their intrinsic qualities despite the superficial nature of the internet..

    RIP

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    aye... i googled him too... great guy..

    always missed and remembered
    Registered Linux User #388117

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    Miss you, bud.
    Where are we going and why am I in this handbasket?
    (No trees were killed in posting this message. However, a large number of electrons were seriously inconvenienced.)
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    He is one of the enduring facets of this part of the web.
    "I was pulled over for speeding today. The officer said, "Don't you know
    the speed limit is 55 miles an hour?" And I said, "Yes, but I wasn't going
    to be out that long."

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    COME VISIT ME IN RUSSIA NOW!!

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    Never forgotten, I even still have a the fortune file in my project directory...

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