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  1. #1
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    Like Ripken's consecutive game streak, Rice's TD reception streak, or Marino's yardage, this is one for the ages. How can one man write 20,000 posts in just a few short years? Wow. What I find especially amazing is that the vast majority of posts are written to help others with their problems. Pretty unselfish, don't you think? It must be a labor of love.
    Here's to you, MB. Looking forward to reading all 20,000 of your next posts.
    "I am the Good Shepherd. The Good Shepherd lays down His life for the sheep. " John 10:11

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    I second the motion.
    I have only been here a few weeks and MB has really been a blessing. Thanks for being a trustworthy and standup kinda guy. God Bless,
    Tommy

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    You said it Jeffrey. We all owe Michael a great deal, more than we can ever repay. Any way you look at it, he's done more to promote sane simple beekeeping than anyone else I know or hope to know. Way to go Michael [img]smile.gif[/img]
    Dulcius ex asperis

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    Best wishes on the next 20,000. Keep up the good work.There's always a newbie or not so newbie looking for sound advice!!

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    What's more amazing is the total count of all
    Michael's posts on this and other online forums.

    One is forced to wonder when (and if) the man
    sleeps.

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    My hats off to you also MB... You have help me in so many ways...I too was wandering when he gets sleep...Looking forward to reading all 20,000 of your next posts.

    God Bless
    James

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    Congratulations Micheal ! You have unselfishly given so much of you time to help other beekeepers.You have do so in simple terms that we can understand.Thank You !!! ...Rick Alexander
    Turn stumbling blocks into stepping stones

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    I second what Jim said. MB is active in other forums as well

    Thanks MB for always being polite, and on point.

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    Way to go there Michael Bush--Thanks!
    "Younz" have a great day, I will.

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    Thanks for the kudos. 20,000? Maybe I should go get some sleep now...
    Michael Bush bushfarms.com/bees.htm "Everything works if you let it." ThePracticalBeekeeper.com 40y 200h 37yTF

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    Why if I had a dollar for every message Michael Bush wrote...
    Dulcius ex asperis

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    Michael you sure have done a great deal to better this post. I've noticed many times you answer posts when others don't, kept a very upbeat and level headed perspective and given a unique glimpse into better methods of beekeeping. Your committment to the post and beekeepers here is greatly appreicated. Congrats on such a milestone.
    Thanks!

    [size="1"][ April 23, 2006, 05:42 PM: Message edited by: Joel ][/size]

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    Micheal, thanks for sharing your knowledge, perspective and time. The forum is lucky to have you.

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    I thank you too Michael. I really appreciate your down to earth approach to beekeeping and I value what you have to say. You are a practical model for those of us starting out to pattern after. Some of the questions asked here that you have so skillfuly answered would have drawn blank looks from the members of my Beekeepers Association. Thanks for being my mentor.
    To everything there is a season....

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    I owe much of the success I've had in my first year of beekeeping to Michael's advice
    many thanks

    Dave

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    MB is so great at helping with advice and I am very thankful, probably 70% of the way I am doing things getting started up came directly from his advice. I guess to put it bee terms, he can almost type out answers faster than a queen can lay eggs! Thanks MB

    [size="1"][ April 23, 2006, 09:40 PM: Message edited by: Ruben ][/size]

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    Michael, It's been thought by all and said by many and I'll add my thanks as well. Ken

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    Michael, Thanks for all the helpful posts. They have helped a lot of us.
    Do you really have time to keep bees?
    Do you really have time to sleep?
    John, WA9WJG
    Married 23 years and still makin honey. www.Johnshoney.com
    John, WA9WJG

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    quite amazing I must say. salute!

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    Michael, I also wanted to say thank you for your help. I have noticed many times when you answer peoples questions when others don't. I have also noticed you answering the very same question new people ask just as if it were the first time it was asked.

    Thanks for all you do.

    Bill

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