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    Lightbulb Thanks guys, it's been fun!

    Club Polk nuts,

    Itís with great sorrow that I report that I am no longer working for Polk Audio. Iíve been with the company since 1999 and have enjoyed making the website an exciting, more engaging place to learn and share in the excitement of Polk products.

    I hope that Iíve made it a more enjoyable experience for you guys over the years with the system showcase application, product presentation changes, and forum software improvements (quiz: does anyone remember the FIRST forum software that was running before I got here? Oye!).

    Thanks for the support and fun times guys, Iíve made a lot of good friends. From now on Iíll be contributing as an enthusiast and not an administrator, which is somewhat of a relief. After all, remaining unbiased and fair was no easy feat, especially with you wack-oís!

    Please forward all your requests to Patrick who will taking over managing the forum (and the rest of the web) from now on. And please, be easy on him, heís gotta lot to do now! :D

    Hope to see everyone at the next Polkfest!

    Respectfully,
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    Stay in touch and thanks for doing a good job Justin. Happy Landings man.


    Patrick, I want to talk to you.

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    I love you Justin.

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    Wishing you the BEST OF LUCK !

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    Thanks for all your kewl werk justin dude.

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    Well, I am fortunate enough to never have done anything "naughty" to attract your attention much, good Sir, but even as a relative newcomer, I am very sorry indeed to see you go. It won't be the same without you IMO. You seem to have been able to maintain an almost superhuman balance between a "hands off" approach and tough, yet silent control here.

    May the wind always be behind your back, and the sun always shine on your face, wherever life's journey is taking you next.

    Thanks!

    P.S. Before you go, now that you are no longer staff, go ahead and admit that the TBT was always your favorite :D!

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    Sorry to hear you are leaving Polk behind, Justin! It's nice to see you are sticking around and contributing to the CP family.

    Best of Luck with your endeavor whatever you will be doing!

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    Justin, thanks for all that you have done over the years and best wishes for a prosperous future. I'll see you at Polkfest.

    Tom.
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    "The best way to enjoy digital music reproduction is to never listen to good analogue reproduction". - Kenneth Swauger

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    Damn ~J~ good luck in what ever ventures you are off to.
    Take care.
    Ben
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    Thanks
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    Sorry to see ya go man.

    Good luck with whatever direction you decide to take in life.:)
    The nirvana inducer-
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    Take care bubba! Sorry to see you go.

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    Thanks for all the hard work Bro. Your skills will be missed.

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    Vaya con dios brotha
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    Justin,

    It's been a pleasure and an honor to know you. Thanks for everything you've done for us over the years. Without a doubt, you've made Club Polk a great place to hang out and to share with others, this crazy hobby called audio.

    I can't speak for these other yoyo's, but I'll miss ya, man.

    All the best,
    Jesse


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    Best of luck, Justin!

    PS - do you still have time to ban a couple folks and put the TBT back in?

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    Thanks for all the hard work Justin, sorry to see you go. Good luck in whatever you're onto next.
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    Good luck, and happy trails.
    I refuse to argue with idiots, because people can't tell the DIFFERENCE!

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    Thanks for all of your hard work on the forum Justin and I wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors.

    Cathy
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    Going over to the dark side with Paul D??? Yeah thats what I think. Good luck to you man, and I have been here before the first time the forum was changed.

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    Havent been here that long, but wishing you happy trails', seen some great things posted regarding your tenure here. Polk forum is losing a terrific "silent" partner! Take care.:D



    Pat
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    Good luck with everything
    FXi3 sats
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    Aloha Justin and best of luck to you.

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    All the best to you, Justin! See you on this side of CP. Thanks for all you've done for us over the years.
    I am sorry, I have no opinion on the matter. I am sure you do. So, don't mind me, I just want to talk audio and pie.

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    Thanks Justin, I feel being a web master is a thankless job. So knowing that fact Thanks for all you have done, and wishing you the best in the future.

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    thanks for a great time and your hard work... we'll miss you.

    Good luck in your next adventure.

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    All the best Justin. Thanks for everything.
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    Good luck to you!!! Thanks for all you did here.
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    Thanks for a job well done:D
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    Best of luck to you Justin you did a great job with the forum and you will be missed. Best of luck in your future endevors.

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    All the best. Great job with the www stuff. Good luck with you next venture.

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