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Thread: Saying good bye to one of the great OSE Moderators, JimClark

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    Default Saying good bye to one of the great OSE Moderators, JimClark

    Jim is moving on to other hobbies in life and has decided to retire as an OSE Moderator. Jim has always been great for the forum, level headed and on top of problems. Id like to personally say thanks for all the work he's done behind the scenes for OSE. He will be missed.
    Steven Vaccaro

    Where Racing on a Budget is a Reality!

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    Thank you JIM for all you’ve done.

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    Thank you Jim!
    Club GalvaPhong

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    The moderators do a great job & make the forum a pleasant place to be, good luck & thank you Jim with whatever you move onto in the future.

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    Bon Voyage Sir ! Thanks for everything - Pictures were great
    2008 NAMBA P-Mono & P-Offshore Nat'l 2-Lap Record Holder; '15 P-Cat, P-Ltd Cat 2-Lap
    2009/2010 NAMBA P-Sport Hydro Nat'l 2-Lap Record Holder, '13 SCSTA P-Ltd Cat High Points
    '11 NAMBA [P-Ltd] : Mono, Offshore, OPC, Sport Hydro; '06 LSO, '12,'13,'14 P Ltd Cat /Mono

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    Thanks.....I too appreciate the pleasant attitudes here on this forum

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    Thank you Jim for everything you've done . . .much luck and have fun with what other hobbies that Steven said you're moving on to . ..

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    Thank you Jim. I have always admired your knowledge and skills in this hobby. I wish you the best in your future endeavors.
    Cheers!
    Too many boats, not enough time...

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    Like restoring the 1979 Squire Shop Unlimited.
    Thanks for all the kind words I will still be around just that RC boats are no longer a priority.
    "Our society strives to avoid any possibility of offending anyone – except God.”
    Billy Graham

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    You have certainly helped me in the short time i've been a member....God bless..and the best of luck in what ever you may do....

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    enjoy your OSE retirement. Come back with picks of the big boat when it's done.
    HPR C5009 Mystic twin, Genesis 37, Zelos 36 twin, Voracity 36, Miss Geico 29 V3, King of Shaves P1, Mini Zonda 27, Miss Budweiser 1/12, Delta Force 26, Offshore Infinity, Stealthwake, Vac-U-Tug Jr

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    Good moderators are a valuable commodity. Thanks for donating your time. Cheers!
    Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing not to use it in a fruit salad.
    PB BlackJack 29 / AQ Motley Crew / Tenshock Mini ECO / Phil Thomas Stealth

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    Thank you Jim for your time and knowledge! Now go have some fun! Best wishes
    SW26 V3 Green 35mph , Swifter Hydro 26. Delta Force 35. cars ,3 Rustlers 45-76 Mph.

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    Thank you Jim, for all your time that you gave us.

    Good Luck in your future endeavors.

    Larry
    Past NAMBA- P Mono -1 Mile Race Record holder
    Past NAMBA- P Sport -1 Mile Race Record holder
    Bump & Grind Racing Props -We Like Em Smooth & Wet

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimClark View Post
    Like restoring the 1979 Squire Shop Unlimited.
    Thanks for all the kind words I will still be around just that RC boats are no longer a priority.
    I have been keeping up with that restoration, good stuff and a ton of work on that project.

    Good luck Jim and drop in and check on us once in awhile.

    Thank you for all of your work around here, we're going to miss you!
    TOY BOAT RACER
    Sponsored by Smock Racing
    IMPBA National Records Director
    IMPBA Dist.13 Director
    IMPBA 19887CD
    NAMBA 1169

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    Thanks for everything Jim!
    32" carbon rivercat single 4s 102mph, 27” mini Rivercat 92mph, kbb34 91mph, jessej micro cat(too fast) was

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    Good to hear that you will still be around the forum. Just not as a moderator.
    Your help & insight, on many topics, are always a bonus to us all.
    Last edited by 785boats; 06-14-2018 at 01:37 PM.

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    Thank You Jim!!

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    All the very best Jim...will miss the photos and of course you.

    Douggie

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    Thanks Jim for all that you have done keeping informed on what has been going on at the Hydroplane Museum.

    Tom Taggart

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    Thank you Jim!
    Pursuit: T-180, TP 4060/1620kv yes, it's fast...
    Tsunami: Mono SAW project, lot of sexy parts sitting here...
    Genesis: I have no idea what I'm doing...

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    I like to read jim's postings!

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    Take care of yourself and get the 79 Squire finished.

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    Well done, Jim.

    And thank you.

    Andy
    Spektrum Development Team

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