Joined on March 4, 2009
Last Post on March 10, 2014
@ February 8, 2014 4:08 PM in Back in the StatesThe Lovely Marianne and I have been out to sea for the past week and off-line, which was nice. We're in Florida now and will be down this way (working) for the next couple of weeks. We do stuff like this every February because we are old and in love.
I removed a few threads (and people) that were getting nasty. It's a shame I had to do that but the site works so much better when we all show a bit of humility and kindness toward each other. Rule #1: Be Nice.
Thanks to most of you for taking good care of the place while TLM and I were out being pirates. We met some fascinating people and I even ran into a guy on the ship that I went to high school with. Haven't seen him since 1967. Go figure. He's on Wife #4. (perhaps I should rephrase that).
Anyway, I'm back on the job, but also with my toes in the sand. I get to do that because I'm old and still on Wife #1.
@ February 1, 2014 6:25 AM in Dan HolohanYou sure got my day started right with that story. Thanks!
@ January 31, 2014 4:02 PM in Thanks, Mr. WilkinsonJust got this. What a classy way to say goodbye to a good man who did his best and put a lot of good people to work for many years. Thanks, Mr. Wilkinson:
A celebration to remember the man who started it all...George T. Wilkinson. George passed away on Wednesday
at the age of 91. We were all extremely fortunate to have George in
our lives for as long as we did and we will miss him greatly. In honor
of his life, we hope you will join organization associates and the
Wilkinson Family in an open house at The Wilkinson Companies offices on Tuesday February 4, 2014 from 3pm - 7pm.
There will be plenty of great food and spirits as he wouldn't have
wanted it any other way. Please feel free to stop in and share some of
the stories you may have.
405 VFW Drive
Rockland, MA 02370
@ January 30, 2014 7:08 AM in South CarolinaWe're snow turtles. Driving to Miami to get on a big boat for a week. Then we'll work from down here for most of February. I brought the sloppy weather along because my life isn't exciting enough.
@ January 29, 2014 6:53 PM in South Carolinaeach of these was immediately after a frozen bridge. Portions of clear pavement inspire 75 mph and then comes a sheet of ice. They went by us and nearly blew us off the road. Then we saw them 10 miles later. Horribly sad, and so senseless.
@ January 29, 2014 4:41 PM in South CarolinaWe drove through the ice palace that currently (and oddly) is South Carolina today and saw an amazing amount of twisted tractor trailers on their backs and sides in the woods, on the median, and across the road (thankfully, on the other side). I'll never understand why those folks just won't slow down. This went on for 135 miles.
@ January 27, 2014 8:27 AM in Happy Birthday Dan HolohanCan't seem to get that song out of my head.
@ January 23, 2014 1:30 PM in securityNone of them are stored on this site. When you register to post on the Wall, you're going into the same part of the site that people use to buy things from the Store. Your information then travels to a completely separate site where we store names, email address, and physical addresses. We don't store credit card information. We don't even see that information. The site sends that directly to the bank. All of this is secured and protected by VeriSign and verified by Trust Guard.
This is why, if you want to reach another Wallie privately, you have to click on their name within their post. That request travels through a separate site without revealing the person's email address. The person you're trying to reach will get an automated email, letting him or her know that you'd like to correspond privately. It's then up to the recipient to either respond to or ignore the person.
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If you got hacked, it wasn't from here.
@ January 19, 2014 1:34 PM in Attention DanThe new site will be much easier to use and have a lot of features that I think will delight you. Theosophy who are smarter than I am are spending a lot of time right now working on how to best move the Wall data. As you can imagine, this site is enormous.
@ January 19, 2014 10:51 AM in Attention DanWe're in the planning stage of having the whole site rebuilt with a lot more features I think you'll like. Stay tuned.
@ January 17, 2014 1:33 PM in Nice discount to PMLive at AHR in NYCBig crowd! See you on Wednesday.
@ January 13, 2014 12:36 PM in Nice discount to PMLive at AHR in NYCBig crowd for this one. See you next week!
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@ December 31, 2013 11:59 AM in Low heat from hydronic baseboard radiatorsThree separate posts, Ray. Each went up in less than a second without any problems. And I'm posting form an iPad right now. No problem doing the math problems.
@ December 31, 2013 6:14 AM in Low heat from hydronic baseboard radiatorsplease hit Enter just once and be patient. Thanks.
@ December 24, 2013 8:11 PM in ChristmasSnuggled up with family, which is what it's all about. Wishing all of you all the best!
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@ December 23, 2013 9:01 PM in what would best options for heat be on straights of macinaw?We love all our Toms!