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I recognize a lot of these people as being generous with helpful ideas borne of experience.  Pardon my ignorance, but presumably that's the hallmark of a pollinator?    Congratulations, and well deserved recognition.
 
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100% correct Regan It recognition of good work  and helpful posts
 
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