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Congratulations Kent - Members exceed 500 !!

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Kent, the continuing growth of our Community to over 500 users is a testament to your excellent work. In designing and implementing the outstanding Simpletractors web site you have created a foundation for a very special community. And the users themselves continue to build on that foundation to make one of the best web enviroments on the Internet today. Thanks to you all for a great and on-going web experience. Tuffy

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If you build it, they will come... Steve, I just built the "meeting place" (and try to keep it swept and dusted) -- you guys have done all the rest! But, I'm still amazed by it!

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