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MG TD TF 1500 - 'In Memorium' section of site needed?
|Let's face it. Each and every one of us will some day have a fitting tribute written here just like Dave's. Would a permanent "In Memorium" section of this site be appropriate? It would be used to permanently recognize those who have given so much to this forum or have a LBC to pass on to their heirs. Perhaps on the existing drop down list in upper right corner of site?|
I, for one, would love my son to be able to post here someday.
|Great idea. Sometimes an archive search brings up really great names from the past. George|
|George Butz III|
|I think a single thread devoted to each deceased person allows for more visibility and chance for a comment. I can't see myself clicking on a separate drop down list just to see who had died. |
|Problem is they drop off the list after a period of time and become lost in eternity.|
|I think a thread is a great memorial|
|Yeah,I'm with Tim on this, just in general discussion for me--|
It's always a sad time when we loose someone but personally I couldn't see myself clicking on a list of departed friends
|Never mind I guess. Not much interest.|
|The good guys keep showing up. A few minutes ago I was archive digging and came across a thread that I started a dozen plus years ago, 'MGA Carburetor into TD MKII'. Dave DuBois and Bob Jeffers were right there with their offerings of help. RIP. Bud|
|I Agree Bud. Was over to your site last night and found an article by Dave DuBois that I had not read before. |
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