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Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by Earl Bonovich, May 6, 2008.
So long, Earl. And thanks for all the fish!
you will be missed. I can attest to the fact that when answering forum posts takes over your life its time to break clean away. good luck in the future.
Thanks for all you've done and Gods Speed in your new career
We'll all miss you:nono:
Wow. Just wow.
Hate to see you go Earl. But while this is a part of my life, I'm sure it was dominating yours.
Good luck to you and yours.
Good man, to be able to realize the world is not all about the internet and television, that there are many things much more important in the long run. Good luck in your endeavors.
After my near fatal car accident in Jul 06...I couldn't really move from my recliner for nearly 2 months. It was during this time that I discovered you and this forum. I had been a customer of directv for 10+ years at that point but never really got "into it" until this time. Couple a weeks later I had my hr20-700 and never looked back!
Between the painkillers and the laptop being attached to me, it was You and your influence on this board that (at least partly) pulled me through. I think I used to refresh a 100 times a day.
So I say good luck and THANK YOU for all you have done!!
Good luck to you Earl, and thanks for all the memories.
Unbelieveable....sad day in DBS land.:new_Eyecr
I will miss you and your informative posting. Your Dad sounded like an incredible man. I know you miss him.
Pass your notes and my your God continue to be a part of your life.
oh yeah...Go Bears!
Good bye Earl, It's been nice knowing you, and may all your endeavours succeed
May The Te'a bless you.
Wow, just wow man. I never thought I'd see the day where DBSTalk didn't have Earll!! When I first got my HR10-250 I never posted (at least that I remember) over at Tivocommunity, but already then there was this guy over there who struck me as someone who knew what he was talking about. Then I saw him here too when I started checking this place out about my first R15. The DirecTV/DBSTalk world is losing a good dude.
If by some chance you are staying in the Chicago area in your new life I know you flatlanders like to vacation up here, so if you get up this way some day be sure to get in touch with me and I'll be here to pour you one or ten....
Thanks for all of your help, Earl. It has always been much appreciated. Best of luck in all of your future endeavors.
Best wishes Earl to you, your family and future endeavors!
Earl - it was a real pleasure to meet you at CES this year, and I really enjoyed the conversations we had.
You have been a pilliar in the online community, for the satellite service provider and customers alike, and you will be missed.
Congratulations on many great years and much success in your next endeavor.
Good Luck Earl. You will be missed.
I've only been here a relatively short time, but the information and advice you have supplied over that time has been greatly appreciated. You have provided opportunities to users here that might otherwise have never happened. I, myself, and I am sure everyone else here is extremely grateful for that.
Good luck in your future endeavors. I have also taken the route of a complete career change from computer programmer to my current career and found that it has definitely fulfilled me. I only hope yours does the same for you.
Good Luck Earl . Im assuming directv has hired you and you were forced to sign a non disclosure agreement.
Thanks for everything you have done. I wish you all the luck. You have been a great assest to dbstalk.com and will sure miss all of your support.
Wow, Man I am really gonna miss ya Earl. Like you said in a way, you have become almost family. Good luck in everything.
Man, you have been great. Thank you very much for all of the work you have put in.
Best wishes and thanks for the "ride" from the Tivo forum(don't shoot yer eye out):lol: to the amazing C/E forum and exclusive equiptment tests, it's been one
heck of a ride...take care, Moonman.