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I want to be the first to Congratulate Phunkeydude on his promotion (yea right) to Super Moderator, It will be nice to have some help and his knowledge and experience with what is ultimately the most assume XK on this forum makes him more than qualified.

Feel free to PM him with any suggestions as now his mail box is also larger!:rofl:

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Congratulations, Phunkeydude! The position is well deserved!
 

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Congratgs Phunkeydude!

Can someone explain the point system and leveling up? Can I be a Ranger or a Wizard? How many points do I need for that?

Why is "Super Moderator" smaller in size now? Are you less super than before?

Well,Phunkeydude....please don't ban me!
 

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Congratulations Phunkeydude :)
 

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Congratulations, Phunkeydude. Dont let the cry babys on this forum get to you. And if they do, just clean house!
 

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Why is "Super Moderator" smaller in size now? Are you less super than before?
Had to make room for that big chart, whatever it is. :icon_confused:
 

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Congrats to Phunkeydude. Is there a position for "Grand Poobah"? :D
 

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Mr. Administrator, Mr. Super Moderator, my fellow members of this great Forum:

With a deep awareness of the responsibility conferred by your trust, I accept the position of moderator. I do so with deep gratitude, and I think also I might interject on behalf of all of us, our thanks to The Internet and the people of AutoForums.com Inc for the warm hospitality they have shown.

I am very proud of our forum today. This community has shown to all of the Internet a user group united, with positive threads for solving member's problems; a forum ready to build a new consensus with all those across the world who share a community of values embodied in these words: family, work, neighborhood, peace, freedom and the Go Anywhere attitude.

I know we have had a quarrel or two, but only as to the method of attaining a goal. There was no argument about the goal. As moderator, I will establish a liaison with the forum members to encourage them to eliminate, where it exists, discrimination against other members and moderators. I will monitor forum laws to insure their implementation and to add statutes if they are needed.

More than anything else, I want my candidacy to unify our forum; to renew the Jeep Commander spirit and sense of purpose. I want to carry our message to every forum member, regardless of social group affiliation, who is a member of this community of shared values.

Three hundred and eighty eight years ago, in 1620, a group of families dared to cross a mighty ocean to build a future for themselves in a new world. When they arrived at Plymouth, Massachusetts, they formed what they called a "compact"; an agreement among themselves to build a community and abide by its laws. The single act--the voluntary binding together of free people to live under the law--set the pattern for what was to come.

A century and a half later, the descendants of those people pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to found this nation. Some forfeited their fortunes and their lives; none sacrificed honor.

Four score and seven years later, Abraham Lincoln called upon the people of all America to renew their dedication and their commitment to a government of, for and by the people.

In 1969 the first messages passed were between UCLA and the Stanford Research Institute on what was originally called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency NETwork).

Isn't it once again time to renew our compact of freedom; to pledge to each other all that is best in our lives; all that gives meaning to them--for the sake of this, our beloved and blessed Forum?

Together, let us make this a new beginning. Let us make a commitment to care for the needy members; to teach our newbies the values and the virtues handed down to us by our administrators; to have the courage to defend those values and the willingness to sacrifice for them.

Let us pledge to restore, in our time, the forum spirit of voluntary service, of cooperation, of private and community initiative; a spirit that flows like a deep and mighty river through the history of our forum community!
 

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:saythat: Well Said!
 

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Wow:jawdrop:
I was impressed until you spilled the beans about that being Regan's work and not yours... Still clever editing.

Yes it is!!!

Well, that is, Ronald Reagan's acceptance speach (with a few key edits) turned out to be a good moderator acceptance speach for this forum.

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Congrats! I'm looking forward to your continued success and involvment in the forum -43:D
 

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Congrats!!!
 

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Congrats, I'm sure you will do a great job.
 

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Congrats Phunkeydude!
 

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I was imagining the Wizard of Oz as you said that. "Pay no Attention to the man behind the Curtain" also came to mind. I guess you got rewarded for running over them Pink Jeeps.

Does this mean that I have to start telling the truth about your exploits off road? Ban Me if you must, I shall keep giving my descriptions of your infamous deeds.

Oh yea, Congratulations. Now we do have two Grand Poobah's.

By the Way, I am in Washington DC tonight, fitting location to read your plagerized....oops popular speech.
 
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