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Thread: RIP ResearchGuy

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    Such a nasty woman SuperModerator Old Hack's Avatar
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    Such terribly sad news. He was a lovely man and a thoughtful writer. My condolences to his family and friends.

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    Aw, dang. He was one of the good ones.

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    I remember him from the PA forum. He helped so many writers.
    Aye. Dunno if it was his biggest success, but the most memorable for me was him saving Dandelion in the Crack from PA.

    And, as the PA forums quieted, he was a regular fixture in Self-Publishing.

    He will be missed.
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    So sorry to hear this. He educated many people, including myself, about writing and publishing.
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    So sorry to hear this. Like others, I always read his posts when perusing a thread. My condolences to his family and friends. He will be missed.

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    So sorry to hear this.

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    Such sad news; I really appreciated his voice. Thinking of his family and friends right now.
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    Very sad for the loss of his wisdom.

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    Just noticed this. I remember his posts well. Rest in peace, friend. And condolences to those loved ones he left behind.
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    Ditto Bufty, above. I always read RG's posts, and always found them well-thought out and expressed. A great loss.

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    Very sorry to hear this. Condolences to his family and friends.
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    Oh wow, so sorry.
    Belated condolences, but still sending prayers and thoughts to his family.
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    Oh no, I hadn't heard about this one. What a loss

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