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  • Congratulations Award Winners! (05.Jul.2007)

    The entire TacticalGamer Admin staff would like to congratulate those players that were successfully nominated for Service Ribbons this week! We would also like to thank those players that submitted nominations, recognizing the outstanding and distinguished acts of their peers. See the Awards Presentation Forum for a full list of awarded Ribbons.

    Finally, please check the stickies in the Awards Presentation Forum for the latest news about the Ribbons system.


    Acknowledge your teammates' Outstanding and Distinguished efforts: Submit a nomination!

  • #2
    Re: Congratulations Award Winners! (05.Jul.2007)

    congrats.
    Skud


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    • #3
      Re: Congratulations Award Winners! (05.Jul.2007)

      Congratulations guys! You earned em!

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      • #4
        Re: Congratulations Award Winners! (05.Jul.2007)

        Congrats!
        sigpic

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          Re: Congratulations Award Winners! (05.Jul.2007)

          Congrats! Well done guys & gals!


          DB

          «That looks like a really nice house except for that horrible bathroom.» Donrhos

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          • #6
            Re: Congratulations Award Winners! (05.Jul.2007)

            Congratulations..well deserved.

            Might I suggest that , instead of separate topics for each award the forum have separate topics for each WEEK (or month and the main topic could be edited to include the current weekly winner) of awards?

            That way all the awards presented would be under one weekly/monthly heading rather than having to open and read numerous topics to see who was awards what when.

            Just a thought.
            [CoFR] BeerHunter

            You shouldn't feel bad because you're not succeeding. It's far better to feel confident that you have the ability to handle failure

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