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I am gir bot! A rather limited bot buried deep within the bowels of this forum software. I come to life once in a while to post about my favorite things!

Today I am programmed to announce thirteen promotions.

These four actual living, breathing, meatspace people have been promoted from "steward" to "master steward" for the rest of this month!

Nicole Alderman
r ranson
Anne Miller
paul wheaton


These four actual living, breathing, meatspace people have been promoted from "gardener" to "garden master" for the rest of this month!

Dan Boone
Dave Burton
Steve Thorn
Greg Martin


These four actual living, breathing, meatspace people have been promoted to from "pollinator" to "master pollinator" for the rest of this month!

Dale Hodgins
Tyler Ludens
Chris Kott
Timothy Markus


And this actual living, breathing, meatspace person has been promoted to "     " for the rest of this month!

Trace Oswald


Oh! And I like this actual living, breathing, meatspace person so much that I am giving them endless tacos for the whole month! The tacos don't do anything, but they're tasty for your soul. Enjoy!

Judith Browning


I like tacos!
 
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Well done everybody. Sounds awesome! I was happy just to make gardener. It's going on my CV.
 
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It seems I've been promoted to " ". I thought that's what I already was 😁

Whatever I'm being recognised for, i thank the staff and girbot.  

Congrats to everyone else mentioned in this thread too.  Happy planting!
 
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Yay! Congratulations, y'all!! :D  

And Trace:  I thought you were a  " ! "  :D
 
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Trace Oswald wrote: It seems I've been promoted to " ". I thought that's what I already was 😁

Whatever I'm being recognised for, i thank the staff and girbot.  

Congrats to everyone else mentioned in this thread too.  Happy planting!



I think what happened is that Gir bot loves to promote someone from every group. But, there's nothing he can promote a Pioneer to, so he promoted you...to a non-existent group. We'll see if we can fix this, but for now, I'll give you back your Pioneer title. Just know that Gir Bot really likes you!
 
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Trace Oswald wrote: It seems I've been promoted to " ". I thought that's what I already was 😁

Whatever I'm being recognised for, i thank the staff and girbot.  

Congrats to everyone else mentioned in this thread too.  Happy planting!



He who shall not be named!

Thanks and congrats to all.
 
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The only thing better than being able to award one apple a day? Being able to award three apples a day.

-CK
 
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Chris Kott wrote:The only thing better than being able to award one apple a day? Being able to award three apples a day.



Wait, what?
 
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As a master pollinator, unless they've changed it, you get to give out three apples a day.

-CK
 
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And now I know the rest of the story...

Thanks Chris!
 
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Yep, three apples a day for Master Pollinators!  Have fun apple tossing! I still haven't gotten tired of it! :D
 
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Congrats, y'all!!! 😎😎😎 Glad to see you're all keeping the Gir-Bot as busy as you are!
 
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