posted on May, 6 2010 @ 05:09 PM
You know, there is never a bad time or place to do some good old fashioned butt kissing
That stated, ATS Admin/Staff have a way to publicly show their appreciation for a members contribution to the website. However, ATS Members are
limited to how they could publicly show their appreciation to Admin/Staff.
Therefore, I am composing the following thread as a way for ATS Members to publicly show their appreciation for our one of a kind ATS Administration
and Staff. There has been quite a number of times that a member of the ATS Admin/Staff has gone out of their way for me as far as I am concerned. I
always receive speedy responses to my requests. I have found that every Admin/Staff Member I have encountered thus far has been pleasant and happy to
help. In a lot of these cases the help was automatic and I didn't get to show the appreciation that I feel was deserved.
Now I know that some of the Admin/Staff will take the modest approach here and say they're just doing their job, but I for one would like to be able
to show my appreciation for the work they do, not only on an individual basis, but on the site as a whole. I was raised to say thank you and with the
creation of this thread I now have the ability to do so.
Not to mention, as an Admin/Staff Member I realize that your job also requires you to enforce the TOS, which I presume, is not usually met with a
smile and thank you when you're enforcing it. If fellow ATS members have personal issues or feel the need to vent their frustrations, you are in the
wrong thread. Please direct these type of posts to this thread: The ATS Issues
So Admin/Staff members, with the creation of this thread you now have a sanctuary to come to periodically that will be filled with uplifting,
positive, and appreciative posts from ATS members.
Fellow ATS Members, I humbly invite you to show your appreciation for the one of a kind ATS Admin/Staff that supply us with such an outstanding site
because of all their hard work. After all, most everyone appreciates being appreciated.
[edit on 5/6/2010 by UberL33t]