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Old January 18, 2016   #16
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Happy anniversary! Thanks to the Founding Father, the moderators, and everyone who share their questions, knowledge, enthusiasm, and love of gardening.

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Old January 18, 2016   #17
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Yes Happy Anniversary now I expect to see this mess picked up and everybody back to work by this afternoon.

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Old January 18, 2016   #18
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Thank you for a decade of having a great place to visit, take part and learn.
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Old January 18, 2016   #19
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Happy Anniversary to Tomatoville and thank you Mischka and the moderators. Job amazingly well done!
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Old January 18, 2016   #20
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Happy Tenth Anniversary Tomatoville

I came here to Tomatoville to learn and share all things tomato. Through my journeys here at Tomatoville I have learn much more about gardening then I would have ever dreamt possible at my age and also discovered a treasure trove of humanitarianism along the way.

Thank you, Mischka the creator of Tomatoville and the guardian of the gate, for your insightfulness and vigilance. I also thank the global mods who voluntarily spend countless hours of time reading, and responding to a vast group of diverse people. And I thank all the other mods who each in their own unique way, help to make Tomatoville a comfortable place to visit. And last but not least, a big thank you to all the folks that post here at Tomatoville and make it the friendliest forum in the world!

Again thank you all and happy anniversary Tomatoville!!!

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Old January 18, 2016   #21
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Happy 10th Anniversary to TVille! Many thanks to Mischka and the many moderators who keep this wonderful place free from spam. And a great big thanks to everyone here who contributes their knowledge of gardening, etc. to help anyone who asks.
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Old January 18, 2016   #22
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Wow, has it really been 10 years.
Thanks so much Mischka for making this site available.

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Old January 18, 2016   #23
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Wow, 10 years already. What a privilege it has been to be a member of the best website ever, I have "met" so many wonderful people here. Adding my thanks for this wealth of information to Mischka, the Tomato Goddess, the other moderators and all who so patiently and graciously contribute; sharing their knowledge, helpful hints and above all tomato seeds!
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Old January 18, 2016   #24
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Happy 10th Anniversary to TVille, and, to all the great group of wonderful people, past and present, from all around the world, who make this forum truly special as a great place to gather, learn, think, joke and share your knowledge.. A big thank you.. Hugs!!

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Old January 18, 2016   #25
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The other thing I wanted to add was one thing that really struck me was the generosity and willingness to share seeds here at Tomatoville. So many people kindly send seeds and ask for nothing back or eagerly take part in trades not to mention the seed offers. In the short time I've been a member my tomato seed collection has gone from about 5 store bought packs to over 80 and growing, many that have yet to be grown out, but most certainly will. Thank you to everyone, Tomatoville is a great place!
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Old January 18, 2016   #26
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Happy 10th anniversary! Thanks to M for giving us a place to share ideas and knowledge.
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Old January 18, 2016   #27
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Thank you Craig and to all the moderators for all you do to keep this place running like a well oiled machine. I love the members here as well as the fountain of info that is Tomatoville. Thanks again and Happy Anniversary!
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Old January 18, 2016   #28
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Happy 10th lets keep it goin'
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Old January 19, 2016   #29
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Happy anniversary! I have learned a lot in my short time here. I am thankful for this community of friendly, caring, and supportive people. May we enjoy many more years growing together.
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Many thanks to Mischka, mods and everyone for making this the BEST tomato forum on the net!

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