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Time to change ID DIYNewbee99

Discussion in 'Plastering and Rendering' started by NickB_99, 3 Apr 2016.

  1. NickB_99

    NickB_99

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    Probably of most interest to stevethespreader, roughcaster, Roy c, PBOD and the guys who've been on the plastering forum a few years...

    Decided to retire DIYNewbee99.
    Probably not such a newbee any more and it seems odd posting under it.
    Will still be around but changed to NickB_99.
    Seems a useful feature DIYNot have added to support username changes now.
     
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  3. stevethespreader

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    rip newbee
    welcome to the forum nick a well earned promotion methinks
     
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  4. roy c

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    Good on you Nick looks like you have become an "old" newbee now , Well Done;)...
     
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    Bye Newbee,,, and welcome to our Nick, we'll be looking out for you mucca.
     
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    I was toying with the idea of using the name change feature as when I chose my name it was a bit tounge in cheek more or less a fun name as in bob the builder/ steve the spreader kind of thing but couldn't think of a new name so left it
     
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    See ya DIYNewbee99 a well deserved step up. Your now a DIYProfessionall99 lol
     
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  8. NickB_99

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    Seems a good one to keep - if you'd been stevethespreader19481, probably not so unique!
     
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