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Another new mod: Introducing Pedro Burrito

Discussion in 'ScubaBoard Site News' started by Quero, Mar 22, 2012.

  1. Quero

    Quero Will be missed

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    We are happy to welcome the most recent addition to the current crop of newly appointed site moderators: Pedro Burrito. PB will be putting his talents and insights to work to help keep SB the wonderful and friendly place where we all spend more time than we intend to!

    Ask him how he got his username :spit:
     
  2. NetDoc

    NetDoc Chairman of the Board

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    Bienvenido a ScubaBoard, Pedro!
     
  3. grantwiscour

    grantwiscour Regular of the Pub

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  4. mselenaous

    mselenaous The Handler Staff Member

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    Welcome to the Asylum! :grouphug:
     
  5. Hawkwood

    Hawkwood MSDT Staff Member

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  6. boulderjohn

    boulderjohn Scuba Media & Publications Staff Member

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  7. MarineResearch

    MarineResearch Divemaster

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    Moderated by a burrito? I guess that is better, and less painful, than being moderated by a boulder.
     

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