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Happy birthday to our fearless leader Mr. S4gru aka Robert!

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Oh snap Robert ages?! Happy Birthday my good man! 

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Happy birthday good sir

 

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Happy Birthday!

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Happy Birthday Robert!

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Happy birthday, Robert! Thanks for everything you do to administer this site and keep it running!

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Happy birthday Robert! Hope it’s a good one. 

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Happy Birthday Robert!

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Happy birthday!

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Petition it to be a holiday :)  

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Thank you all for the birthday wishes. It was a very good birthday spent with my family. And the weather was great on Saturday up here in the Pacific Northwest.  Was able to even enjoy some time outside!  :)

Robert

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On 3/31/2018 at 8:29 PM, notsrealinc said:

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I hope your birthday is within 1% as good as last year's. 

Happy birthday!

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11 minutes ago, burnout8488 said:

I hope your birthday is within 1% as good as last year's. 

Happy birthday!

My birthday coverage was greatly expanded!

Robert

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Happy late birthday

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