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Still The Same

But has changed immensely.
I am talking about CZ, since I have been gone.
It has become much closer to the "serious curling site" that I used to get lectured about by certain members.
It's good to see some of the old gang still going at it, although the insults are getting a wee bit stale. (Look to Shakespeare. He has some doozies.)
Anyhow, two nit picks.
I couldn't figure out how to get my avatar back, or at least make one. I was perplexed, and then I noticed that only a few avatars remain on the board. OK.
The other point is looking for the new post button is a pain. It should be top corner of the home page.
Other than that there probably isn't a more knowledgeable curling board on the planet. Thanks Gerry for getting me set up again.
(Now if we could just get a few of you to loosen up.)

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