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post #580 of (permalink) Old 03-24-2010, 03:49 PM
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I've been giving it some thought and I think that i'm going to have to leave the team. Well, i'm actually going to leave both teams. I've thought it over for a while now and it seems that the only reason that I haven't left is just because I don't want to leave you guys hanging.

As of late, I don't really even bother with it anymore. The card does it's thing and I might check on it once in a while to see how it's doing. That along with the added heat the folding adds, my room is almost 80°F all the time and it's not even summer yet. Keep in mind I sleep in this room.

I'm not sure what everyone else wants to do, whether it be to find someone else or just to all follow along. I might continue to fold once in a while, but I'm not sure I want to have a dedicated rig folding 24/7 anymore. I've been on this team for almost a year and the other team for over a year. We have taken first place more times than any other team and we have had a good timing doing it.

I'd like to thank everyone who has participated. Jade, you've been one hell of a partner and stuck with us even after your 285 died. AZ has really stepped it up lately and through countless amounts of Pm's, we've been able to work out the kinks and get his card running right. Not to mention Jnesses, who did an outstanding job as a rookie. All in all, we've had a good run, and with or without me, I'm sure you'll do good if you continue to go on.


well i have been thinking about it too ,but dont know yet i may leave as well (too many things in life and not enough time to take care of them)


i may just take a few months off like i did before


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