Goodbye, Joshdick

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    Unhappy Goodbye, Joshdick

    We're going to miss you and your knowledgable advice and input to each thread. You were a great asset to the CBoard, and I'm sorry your principal has to be such a moron. Hopefully, you'll be able to get another computer again, and get it quickly. See 'ya around, Josh!

    ::waves goodbye::

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    Thanks, Dean. That's down right sweet of you. I really hope I'm not away for too long. I'm gonna miss you guys and programming. Thanks for everything you've done for me. Bye.
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    It won't be goodbye forever. But we will miss you...

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    This will be my last post on this computer. I hope I can return quickly. Once again, thank you and I'll miss you. Good night and good bye.
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    "If you cannot grok the overall structure of a program while taking a shower, you are not ready to code it." -- Richard Pattis.

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    Oh my God. That may have been Joshdick's last post here EVER. Maybe it'll take him another year to get a computer, and by then, he'll have forgotten about us.

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    Trust me, the world is weeping.
    Pick up an oldie for $50, if all you're going to do is programming... there shouldn't be much of a problem.

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    Hope he is back soon, although I don't think it will be a problem to access the internet because it's available almost everywhere, and also buying a computer nowadays is not very expensive...
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