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

Steve Thorn
Dave Burton
Joylynn Hardesty


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

Travis Johnson
Coco Newlon
Tyler Ludens
Su Ba


Oh! And I like these two actual living, breathing, meatspace people 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
Trace Oswald


I like tacos!
 
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YAY!! Congratulations to all!! :D

 
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I am not sure what I did exactly, but thanks for the recognition whatever it was. :-)
 
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Gir Bot likes people who post a lot and give likes and apples, and that other people give lots of likes and apples to. That sounds like our Master Pollinators in a nutshell! Gir also likes when people post a lot of videos &/or pictures.

And, WOW Gir Bot has chosen another person along with Judith to give endless tacos to this month. Congrats, Trace--you are in great company!
 
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Travis Johnson wrote:I am not sure what I did exactly, but thanks for the recognition whatever it was. :-)


Means you were being an excellent pollinator, and now you have three apples a day to throw for the month. Lob them well! :D
 
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I was just excited that I am finally a "meatspace" person! I am not sure what that is exactly, as it kind of sounds like mincemeat pie, but I will take it as a compliment. I am not hip or cool according to my teenage daughters.
 
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A finer and more deserving group there never was!!!  Congrats guys :)
 
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Good job, everyone!
 
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Way to go everyone!
 
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Travis Johnson wrote:I was just excited that I am finally a "meatspace" person! I am not sure what that is exactly, as it kind of sounds like mincemeat pie, but I will take it as a compliment. I am not hip or cool according to my teenage daughters.



I don't even know if "cool" and "hip" are the current terms to describe someone cool. I'm totally not with the times, either!

But, honestly, you're daughters can't complain too much about your coolness or lack thereof--you have a concert at your place every year! Not much more awesome than that!
 
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Also, Travis, you're a Permies.com member....what's cooler than that???
 
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I just happened to read this, just because I was bored for a moment. And guess what, I found my name! Wow. How cool is that?!?!? Gir bot loves me !!!
 
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Congrats! Y'all deserve it!
 
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Well done, everyone! Thanks for all that you do!
 
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WELL DONE EVERYBODY!
 
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Travis Johnson wrote:I was just excited that I am finally a "meatspace" person! I am not sure what that is exactly, as it kind of sounds like mincemeat pie, but I will take it as a compliment. I am not hip or cool according to my teenage daughters.


Heh, you have always been a meatspace person :) Meatspace is the real world, where you are in a body made of meat. On the net (in cyberspace,) just your mind goes places, not your (meat) body. What's cool is that you are a cyberspace person on Permies!!  And Permies outranks anything your teenage daughters think is cool :D
 
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Awesome job, y'all!
 
Whatever you say buddy! And I believe this tiny ad too:
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