Sad to see ya go, we have exchanged the odd Sticky mail on many occassions covering everything from Horse racing to...... whatever.
Good luck mate.
[edited by: Essex_boy at 1:51 pm (utc) on Mar. 8, 2007]
Congrats Ska, and best of luck in your offline ventures.
Sad to see you go.
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Why would you get an offline job? That sounds a bit risky; jobs like that'll never catch on you know.
What's wrong with a real job...
ADDED - Forgot to wish you luck, but we all know you won't need luck.
Good luck in your new venture, and don't hesitate to drop in - always a place in FOO for you :)
Congratulation Ska, all the best with the new venture. Yes, the Friday word game won't be the same without your contribution. :)
Good luck ska, I have read many of your posts!
This business is addictive. I am sure you will be back. Instead of affiliate perhaps in the role of offline business owner who wants to get more business from online world... or whatever. I've tried it (to go offline) and it did not last long. Trust me;-)
Thanks for your contributions. Good luck!
All the best Ska. What's your offline business? Selling Prince Buster albums? ;)
... perhaps someone will see the link
[edited by: BeeDeeDubbleU at 3:06 pm (utc) on Mar. 8, 2007]
good luck ska_demon, hope it works for you, sounds like it will.
|perhaps someone will see the link |
maybe he's selling 2 tone suits?
A message to you, Rudi: So long, and thanks for all the fish!
> best of luck
Rudi can't fail!
> ... perhaps someone will see the link
On my monitor, it's two-tone!
Good luck with your venture. And if you're business should be about selling any kind of goods - see you here next week again.
Do both man. I have some offline business too. Internet pays far better than bricks and mortar. Infact the best business we have is a hybrid of offline and online.
Also interested what it is Ska?
All the best in your new chapter!