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Re: Chip

Postby the_economist » Sep 9th, '10, 15:21

i'm brand new but i already love this place! thank you!
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Re: Chip

Postby Chip » Sep 10th, '10, 11:53

Thanks again! :mrgreen: It is an honor truly to serve. :mrgreen:
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Re: Chip

Postby AdamMY » Sep 11th, '10, 14:43

Rather surprised I haven't responded to this thread yet. But Chip you do one heck of a job, making this the only forum of this size that I have ever been to that is free from a lot of the drawbacks that occur any time a large group of people communicate on the Internet.
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Re: Chip

Postby kymidwife » Sep 11th, '10, 20:25

Life seems to be interfering with my TeaChatting lately, and with my tea-drinking too, for that matter. :evil: So, I am late to the party, but wanted to add my +++++1 to this thread.

Chip, I've told you before how much I appreciate your hard work here on the forum, your friendship, and the good advice you are so willing to share... but let me say it again. Thank you so much for being you, and for all you do. You're awesome, even though your bad influence on tea and teawares has cost me a small fortune. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: I think I'll brew a cup in your honor.

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Re: Chip

Postby Chip » Sep 11th, '10, 21:12

Thank you for your kind and thoughtful words! I am humble ... :mrgreen:
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Re: Chip

Postby artmom » Sep 14th, '10, 13:56

Chip, you are my knight in green armor; my Tea buddy; my Tea hero; my . . .! Okay, Jo's liable to get jealous! :mrgreen:

I haven't looked beyond TeaDay in so long, I missed this until today!!!

Really want to say "Thank you" for all you do for TeaChat and we Chatters. Unfailingly helpful. And, by the way, found out the granddaughter really likes Japanese greens pretty much only with Japanese meals!! :shock: :lol: All the times I saw her on webcam drinking Tea, it turns out to have been Earl Grey! :oops: Now what do I do with all this green Tea I have???? ROF :lol:
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Re: Chip

Postby rabbit » Sep 14th, '10, 14:08

Go Chip GO!
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Re: Chip

Postby Chip » Sep 17th, '10, 00:28

Aw shucks, thank you very much. :mrgreen:
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Re: Chip

Postby Mrs. Chip » Sep 18th, '10, 10:46

I just have to chime in and say thank you Proinsias for starting this thread.

And as Chip says, thank you kindly everyone for all the expressions of appreciation.

I see all the time and effort Chip puts into TeaChat, he truly has 'what is best for the forum and it's members' always in the forefront.

THB, he is actually slowly assimilating you all into the GreenTeaBorgCollective, you just haven't realized it yet and when you do ... well, resistance is futile. :mrgreen:

You've heard of the Stepford Wives, haven't you? :shock:
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Re: Chip

Postby tenuki » Sep 18th, '10, 15:36

Thanks Chip, teachat wouldn't be teachat without you!
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