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    I was fascinated by the Fabulous Ruins tours when I got my first home computer, and drifted in and out of the forums over the next decade or so. I have learned a ton about Detroit, and a lot about research from the folks who participate. Thank you, Lowell, for making all of that possible!

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    Although not as active as I could be or should be, you have done a great job over these many years. You’ve guided the site through various shifts in hot topics, enlightenment, history and geography lessons, and even a few disrupters. Thanks for your care and effort.

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    Thanks for this site. Especially during the KK years.

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    I remember taking that tour. Its crazy to think some of those buildings are gone and some are restored. Time flies. I still enjoy this sight and the information and opinions it provides. Thanks for all the work!

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    Happy 20 years. When this started Detroiters were worrying of Y2K. Archer was in office and the excitement about the Superbowl coming to Detroit in the next 7 years.

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    Congratulations Lowell! A true accomplishment.

    I lurked for along time, but it was a story on WDET about the funeral of ItsJeff that compelled me to register.

    I do recall not being able to figure out how to register for awhile. However, while glancing through a Connections thread BlkSoulX posted his email address. I emailed him and asked how to sign up, he walked me through the steps.

    I came to have many great conversations with that guy, we fought horribly, but he helped me see things in new ways.

    Man, I miss that guy. Him and a bunch more.

    Without you, Lowell, my world would be much smaller. Thank you.

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    Thank you, Lowell Boileau and company, for furnishing a place for this long-time ex-pat, third-generation Detroiter to nourish her soul, warm her heart and learn about that place by the fast-moving river where her roots are deeply planted.

    Thanks also, to all the contributors who have generously offered their insights, opinions, memories and recollections to weave this amazing cyber-fabric we have before us. This is one east side home girl who is deeply grateful. I learned more about the west side on this site than I ever did when I actually lived in town! LOL

    DetroitYES is a treasure, a pleasure and a revelation. This is especially true regarding those precious archives that were created before the conversion. Future generations will never have to wonder what made us tick. The evidence is here. Long may you post!
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    Time flies!!

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    Great site.I struck gold when I found it.

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    So many of the wonderful things about Detroit can be found here in these forums. Thank you Lowell, for all your efforts to make it possible!

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    Ay yo...Happy Birthday!!

    Stromberg2

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    Thanks, Lowell, it's been fun.

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    Thanks, its been a great ten yrs for me

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    HAPPY 20th BIRTHDAY DetroitYES!

    You don't look a day over 15!

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    Happy Birthday!!!!!!

    Stromberg2

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