2014-12-31

A Hi Turnover 14/15

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by Neil Godfrey

Just to say Hi to readers, glad you stopped by whether to comment or just lurk, and wishing you well for the coming year.

 

 

15 Comments

  • Lowen Gartner
    2014-12-31 21:19:30 UTC - 21:19 | Permalink

    Thanks for doing what you do. This is one of the first places I check each day as the posts and the comments are both well worth reading. Though mostly a lurker, my silence is not indicative of my interest and appreciation.

  • David Fitzgerald
    2014-12-31 21:36:10 UTC - 21:36 | Permalink

    Happy New Year from foggy but beautiful San Francisco, Neil! I agree: Thanks for all you do and keep up the brilliant work in 2015!
    All the best,
    -David Fitzgerald

  • Tim Widowfield
    2014-12-31 22:09:08 UTC - 22:09 | Permalink

    Yes, happy new year to all! And please — even if you only lurk, give us a “like” on Facebook.

  • Sha'Tara
    2014-12-31 22:25:18 UTC - 22:25 | Permalink

    And a happy new year to you also, Neil. (Currently off Facebook and giving “Seen.is” a try)

  • JohnG
    2015-01-01 00:02:20 UTC - 00:02 | Permalink

    Another one who mainly lurks here.
    Thanks for all your work, it really is appreciated.
    I read every word.
    I don’t believe in Facebook though.

  • Paul Thomas
    2015-01-01 00:30:20 UTC - 00:30 | Permalink

    Another lurker showing his appreciation for all your hard work and good wishes for the new year.

  • Reader
    2015-01-01 03:02:17 UTC - 03:02 | Permalink

    All the best Neil and Tim!

    • Tim Widowfield
      2015-01-01 07:31:28 UTC - 07:31 | Permalink

      Thanks, Dear Reader!

  • Tim Bos
    2015-01-01 04:58:41 UTC - 04:58 | Permalink

    Thanks for a great blog, and happy new year from Alameda (across the Bay from SF)!

    -Tim

    • Tim Widowfield
      2015-01-01 07:34:29 UTC - 07:34 | Permalink

      Thanks. “China Clipper calling Alameda. China Clipper calling Alameda.”

      • Tim Bos
        2015-01-01 20:01:39 UTC - 20:01 | Permalink

        Ha, that’s great! Must be a reference to the Naval base here.

        • Tim Widowfield
          2015-01-02 00:59:07 UTC - 00:59 | Permalink

          There was a movie in 1936 called China Clipper. In it, the plane gets caught in a storm and they lose radio contact with their home base. For a few minutes you hear the radio operator chanting: “China Clipper calling Alameda.”

          Now, why Davy Jones said “a-luh-MEE-tuh” — I have no idea.

  • pearl
    2015-01-01 06:39:19 UTC - 06:39 | Permalink

    A very Happy New Year to you, Neil and Tim! Already gave you a “like” on Facebook. 😉

  • Neil Godfrey
    2015-01-01 23:10:44 UTC - 23:10 | Permalink

    Thanks everybody. And let me ask a favour. I think Vridar has a lot to contribute to a wider audience still. Please grab opportunities to alert others to this blog. Wishing you all a great 2015.

  • Geoff
    2015-01-03 18:27:36 UTC - 18:27 | Permalink

    Best wishes, Neil and Tim! My favorite blog…keep them honest. One request: If you could step up the pacing a bit, I would appreciate it…those days without a new post to read are long and dreary. ;).

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