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  1. #1
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    Here it is again folks! This is our 4th Christmas on HVAC-Talk!

    It has been an exciting year for the Sleeth family with the purchase of our cottage. We really enjoyed it this summer and I have been sneaking out there for a day or two each week this fall and winter. Life is good!

    I want to thank you all for sharing your time, your expertise and your thoughts with us here on HVAC-Talk. I think we do a lot of good for the HVAC industry here and everyone benefits from that.

    So, from Don, wife Lucie, daughters Michelle and Nicole, we wish you all a Merry Christmas!





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  2. #2
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    Talking Thanks Don

    Are they laughing at your sneakers?
    Nice fam, very cute girls but what's up with the necktie?
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    Re: Thanks Don

    Originally posted by Diceman
    Nice fam, very cute girls but what's up with the necktie?
    I recognize that tie, I think that was about 1972, my newest tie . I would like to say that the reason for the tie was because she loves her Dad so much, but it was more likely a "wear something stupid" day at school so she raided my closet. She's 17, need I say more?

    don
    don sleeth - HVAC-Talk Founder
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    Backatcha. Merry Christmas to all. Thanks for keeping my 3 months at home a bit more bearable. Went to Dr. this AM and got my full release back to work. First call at 0800 tomorrow to do PM on 2 RTU's and then go and run line sets indoors.
    R2B4BTU

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    Merry Christmas Don and Family

    3 monitors, you only have 2 eyes

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    Merry Christmas to you and your family and all of our Canadian neighbors.

    I know what you mean about kids and clothes. I figured when my boys got big enough I would be able to wear thier clothes. Of course when I see what they wear, I wouldn't be caught dead in them.

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    Thanks Don! Same to you and have a safe Christmas.

    As for the rest of you goof balls.


























    Merry Christmas have fun and be safe
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    Thanks for this site Don and Merry Christmas to you and yours and everyone on this site.

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    Merry Christmas!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks for the site!!! BTW Who was the very first member?

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    Don, Merry Christmas to you and your family.

    By the way is that the Helm of HVAC Central?, if so that explains how you can monitor the flamers so effectivly.

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    Re: Merry Christmas!!!!!!!!!

    Originally posted by freezone
    Thanks for the site!!! BTW Who was the very first member?
    Me
    don sleeth - HVAC-Talk Founder
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    Originally posted by bobby7388
    Don, Merry Christmas to you and your family.

    By the way is that the Helm of HVAC Central?, if so that explains how you can monitor the flamers so effectivly.
    Yes, that is operation central. I have 3 computers that I work on. My laptop, which is hooked up to the monitor on my left is my "main" working computer. But I work on all three. I also have 2 computers in the kitchen and 2 servers and a backup computer and a domain controller on the lower floor.

    I have this very nice piece of software called Desktop Rover that allows me use one keyboard and mouse to control the 3 computers. http://www.neslosoftware.com/

    don
    don sleeth - HVAC-Talk Founder
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    I would have to say that takes multi-tasking to a whole new level.

    I can't even fly my flight simulator using the joystick and the mouse at the same time, confusion sets-in quiclky.

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