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Old 12-16-2017, 07:16 PM   #1
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Default Anyone know if Redwood is still alive?

I noticed Redwood has dropped off the plumbing forums. I was wondering if anyone knows if he is still around. I'm afraid he did something drastic after Trump won. I have a question about a website.
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I miss him............
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Don't miss John Roach one bit.
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He liked to stir the pot a bit, but I have fond memories of him.

When I was new here, I sent him a PM asking how to post pictures and he told me how. I miss him also.
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I checked his profile on a different forum and it said last activity 12-11-17 but no new posts in over a year.
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What happened to KC WaterHeater?
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Don't miss John Roach one bit.
I think I remember an argument or 2..........
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He liked to stir the pot a bit, but I have fond memories of him.
Yes he did
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What happened to KC WaterHeater?
Is he the guy with all the tank heater data? BW vs State, Smith, etc.
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I think vents are necessary for plumbing systems to work properly.

Just give it a few minutes, if hes still alive,,, well know!
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