Thank you

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Posted: 2 years 7 weeks ago

I'd like to say thanks for being a loyal viewer. I started doing video reviews years ago, long before YouTube and been doing it ever since. Without viewers like you, I won't have a job. So I appreciate it greatly and wanted to say thanks. I have something new planned later this year or next. I'm not going to say what it is, but it should be more along the lines of entertainment, so watch for that. I hope you'll enjoy the ride with me and continue watching. Maybe I'll see you at a future get together.

 

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Love the Kickass reviews Rodney! ;)

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Thank you, Rodney. We love your work. :)

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No problem, Rodney. I'll be sure to donate some of my contributions (money, of course) to help keep it going. And yeah, I did watch about more than 600 video reviews from when I became a member back around late 2006.

One thing I'd like to add is I do pretty much prefer the old look of 3GM home page where news and video reviews are my primary reasons for visiting your website, but recently, I've started to forget about news since your website is so heavily focused in video reviews, Q&A, and Polls. While it's not a bad thing, perhaps it would be nice to make your website more modular and customizable? Members could customize what they want to see and make it look like an old 3GM home page while still keeping the same looks.

Oh, and another thing, I really do miss the >1,000 post count back during the old days, but it's pretty much easily forgotten, which is not a bad thing for me, anyway.

Anyway, keep up the good work. Why not bring back the bloopers, will ya? :D LOL!

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Thank you for being so informant and social when people need your help

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Fun filter?

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What happened to the "fun filter" !?

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I'd like to say thanks for being a loyal viewer. I started doing video reviews years ago, long before YouTube and been doing it ever since. Without viewers like you, I won't have a job. So I appreciate it greatly and wanted to say thanks. I have something new planned later this year or next. I'm not going to say what it is, but it should be more along the lines of entertainment, so watch for that. I hope you'll enjoy the ride with me and continue watching. Maybe I'll see you at a future get together.