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Goodbye caused by the latest events here and I couldn't leave without sayin' a few words to my friends.
Thanks to all of you who have helped me in no matter what way, thanks to all of you who were listening what I had to say.
All of you who have sent me e-mails asking me for help, I'll do my best to help you, but not here on LQ.
My special thanks goes to GrapefruiTgirl. I will put it in simple words;
- if any of you LQ members would ever need help, not just about Linux related things, be sure that this girl will do whatever she can to help you. Amazing girl, high above, as Mr. "onebuck" said, LQ standards.
After some thinking, I've decided that my favorite song of my favorite band is the most appropriate song, in my opinion, to say goodbye, considering all the facts that is.