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Thread: Larrin graduates with distinction

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    I can only hope my kids do as well. Congratulations to you!

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    Thanks everyone. It's been a lot of work. A lot more to go.

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    Well done and congratulations.. is there a celebration discount coming?? just kidding...
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    Congrats Larrin.

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    Congratulations Larrin!

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    Congratulations! Great job on the grade, Larrin!

    Great job on Larrin, Hoss!

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    Best wishes for the future, and congrats on the accomplishments! Very very cool!
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    A big congratulations!

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    Congrats. And I can't wait until Larrin is making his own knives with distinction.

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    Excellent news. Being on the 'other side' as a professor, I see every day how hard many students work to keep studies, jobs, families and the real life together. I am always happy to see them succeed and move on successfully.

    Stefan

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